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Free Deals in October for Children in San Diego

Free Deals in October for Children in San Diego

Free for Kids in San Diego!  Read all about it!! San Diego kicks off Kids Free promotion during the month of October, which includes free admission to attractions, free meals and loads more for the kiddos all month long! Amusement Parks October is the time when visitors, and locals alike, look forward to San Diego’s […]

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Great Family Deals at The Family Swap Meet Coming Soon

Great Family Deals at The Family Swap Meet Coming Soon

Families with infants, young children & parents with a baby on the way will find something special at The Family Swap Meet sponsored by the Parent Connection! The event will take place Sunday, September 21, 2014, from 8:30am – 1:00pm.    Canyon Crest Academy in Carmel Valley 5951 Village Center Loop Road San Diego, CA 92130 Expect to find […]

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The MomCo App Helps Connect Moms!

The MomCo App Helps Connect Moms!

| 09/10/2014

BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT  Presenting the MomCo App! The following post features and is brought to you by the MomCo App. SDBM is proud to promote a great new app that helps connect like-minded moms. Please tell us a bit about yourself. Hi, I’m Jillian. I am the creator and founder of the MomCo App. I’m the single mom of 7 […]

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Steel Pan Music Lessons With Kainga Music

Steel Pan Music Lessons With Kainga Music

San Diego Business Spotlight “Music is a unifying experience that the world shares. It’s what unites us, it’s what makes us live in the moment together.” ~  Keli Ross-Ma’u Steel Pan Music Lessons If you just hear the word “steel pan” you are quite likely already floating off into a tropical island fantasy in your mind! Keli Ross-Ma’u (my cousin, […]

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Seven Programs That Help Make Reading Fun This Summer!

Seven Programs That Help Make Reading Fun This Summer!

Many  young people have the most opportune time during the summer to experience educational opportunities and activities during the summer and proves to pay off.  Research spanning 100 years shows that students typically score lower on standardized tests at the end of summer vacation than they do on the same tests at the beginning of the summer […]

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