Trick or Treat! Halloween is Here!

Let’s get this Halloween season started! Here are some fun (and scary) facts and activities surrounding Halloween that you can enjoy with the family. History of Halloween Halloween, or often referred to as “All Hallow’s Eve” or event “All Saints’ Eve”, is celebrated annually on October 31st. It’s not a religious holiday but it does have religious mentions here and…

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Halloween Movies For the Family

Some could say that Halloween is one of the more popular holidays in the United States. With this popularity comes a plethora of movie options ranging from fun and wacky to nightmares for weeks and probably not appropriate for anyone. However, in this blog, we’ll cover movies that are fun and wacky and sure to entertain the entire family…and…

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Living History to Learn About the Past Through an American Revolution Reenactment

Everything that we know about the American Revolution is through hand-written documentation and records from those who lived it because it happened well before there was television or the internet to broadcast news out to the masses. There is also no photographs or video to document this time in American History. Today, we learn about the American Revolution in the classroom…

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Visual Phasing With DNA

DNA is pretty cool. It allows us to learn a lot of things about ourselves as well as our ancestry and heritage. The more we learn about DNA, the more we can apply it to many principles; health, genealogy, etc. Now we have the concept of Visual Phasing with DNA.

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