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  • Visiting Reno - Tahoe

    Kid-Friendly Hotels & Vacation Rentals, Kid-Friendly Restaurants

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tips for finding the best preschool

*This is the first in our Back to School series.  Every week, we will be featuring helpful tips to make your school year a success!        For many first time parents, choosing a preschool can be overwhelming.  Often, a preschool is picked quickly when the parents'...

Early Tahoe Ski Deals

If you're planning on taking your kids skiing at Tahoe this winter, the time to buy season passes might be now.  Several Lake Tahoe ski resorts are having fantastic sales on passes that just can't be beat.  

*The following is a re-post from 2014.  We hope you enjoy it!  Did you know we have a candy factory here in Reno that you can tour, for free, with your kids?  I knew about Kimmie Candy's famous (and delicious) chocolate covered sunflower seeds (Sunbursts), and my 5 year old told me Choco Rocks were all the rage in Kindergarten, but I just recently discovered their free tours.  So, with school now out, and a house full of boys, I decided to get them off the XBox, and out exploring. And, when I told them we were going to a candy factory, of course, they were all in.