Each month, Au Pair in America provides a calendar full of fun activities and helpful information for everyone in the family.
Halloween is just around the corner and many au pairs will be attempting to carve a pumpkin for the first time. Here is a video explaining how to carve a pumpkin (as well as some non-carving alternatives.) Continue reading
Looking for ways to get outside and enjoy the beautiful weather with the kids? Here’s a round-up from several great local blogs, Red Tricycle, KidFriendly DC, and Our Kids. Continue reading
Columbus Day is observed each year on the second Monday in October to remember Christopher Columbus’ arrival in the Americas on October 12, 1492. This year, Columbus Day is on Monday, October 8, 2017.
Honoring Christopher Columbus is not without controversy. In some parts of the US, Columbus Day remains important to Italian-Americans as a celebration of Italian heritage and is celebrated with parades and festivals. In other parts of the US, Columbus Day is not celebrated, and there are increasing calls to change the holiday to Indigenous Peoples Day.
Each month, Au Pair in America provides a calendar full of helpful information and fun activities for everyone in the family.