Anchorage Macaroni Kid
When she's not busy exploring the region with her three boys, Macaroni Mom is publishing Anchorage Macaroni Kid, a free family resource website with crafts, recipes and local events. Anchorage Macaroni Kid aims to help families connect with local fun and resources right in their own hometown.
The end of summer in Alaska can mean two things, back to school and The Alaska State Fair!
While the fair isn't known for being especially cheap, you can get the most bang for your buck by checking out our tips.
The library is a wonderful, amazing place that offers programs from tots to adults all under one roof! It's a great place to find books on almost every imaginable topic and open your imagination to magical worlds.
Here is a list of some of the great things your local library provides.
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You may not have heard of National Mom and Pop Business Owner’s Day. But, this observation day celebrates those individuals who spent hours cultivating services or products that Alaskan residents depend on.
Today, I celebrate by showcasing a local business, The Fafafel King.
There comes a time, when even winter sports enthusiast's need more encouragement to get outside.
The great news is that exploring nature with kids doesn’t have to mean hitting the trail, strapping on your ice skates or going skiing (though those are all great ideas).