Summer Camps Evanston summer camp programs are anticipated to open in a significantly reduced capacity on Monday, July 6, in accordance with Illinois Department of Public Health guidelines. The Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is evaluating how to best operate camp programs within these health and safety guidelines, and will be reaching out to those who have registered to communicate updates related to each specific camp program. Those who have registered for camps should be prepared for the possibility that alternate arrangements may need to be made should their camp be canceled or capacity reduced. … [Read more...] about City Updates Rules For Outdoor Recreation, Summer Programming
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John Hughes used to edit the Daily World in Aberdeen, and lately turns out biographies as Washington state historian. He is also an outdoors person. "One of my favorite walks is just a mile from my house along the bay: The Bowerman Wildlife Bird Refuge boardwalk," Hughes said. "It's a wheelchair accessible route along the bay opposite Gray Harbor City and even though it isn't prime season for birdwatching, there are still plenty of our fine-feathered friends." … [Read more...] about Washington coast reopens: Walk, bike, fish, play slots, watch for wolverines
Fire engine fort Fire truck toys and EMT costumes are a big part of childhood, so make your kid's dream come true with his own red vehicle. This option features windows and a door, plus pictures of all the gear you'd expect on a real rescue truck, including an ax, shovel, ladders, and hose reels. And you'll feel good about this purchase since the pigments and dyes are water-based and nontoxic ($107, Wayfair). … [Read more...] about The Fun Way Parents (and Kids) Can Find More Privacy at Home
A lot of things have changed with the pandemic and many of us are gleaning a sliver of hope from the news of cleaner air, lower carbon emissions and the resilience and rebound of nature and wildlife in the face of human retreat to our homes. But one thing hasn’t changed: Even with vehicle and industrial emissions falling, the climate crisis remains as huge of a threat as ever. … [Read more...] about Should we care about conservation during a pandemic?
“House Party” is realtor.com®’s official podcast about the overlapping worlds of real estate and pop culture, hosted by Natalie Way, Erik Gunther, and Rachel Stults. Click the player above to hear our takes on this week’s hot topics. … [Read more...] about ‘House Party’ Podcast: Can Your Swimming Pool Kill Coronavirus? Plus, How We Really Feel About Netflix’s ‘Selling Sunset’