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Pick Us Up in Southaven, Mississippi

Pick Us Up in Southaven, Mississippi

If you live in Southaven, Mississippi, you can pick us up more easily now. We're broadening our print reach to serve even more parents like you in the Mid-South. So be sure to pick us up at one of these 11 locations. Memphis Parent magazine, your go-to source for news, information, and...

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Memphis Parent Month of FREE Family Fun April 14th-20th

Memphis Parent Month of FREE Family Fun April 14th-20th

We are doing something new this month. Enjoy an entire month of FREE classes offered by local organizations throughout Memphis. This is an opportunity for you and your children to experience something you've never before and interact with your community. We hope you enjoy our month of FREE...

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Could You Go a Year Without Sugar?

Could You Go a Year Without Sugar?

Food plays such a vital role in our daily lives. Eating doesn't just provide fuel for our bodies, food gives us pleasure, escape, celebration, pacification, and more. It should be easier to eat healthy foods, but for most of us, it's not. However, that's not entirely by our own...

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Meet Memphis Parent Staff: Natalie LeDoux, Marketing Assistant

Meet Memphis Parent Staff: Natalie LeDoux, Marketing Assistant

Get to know the faces behind our publication. Natalie LeDoux: Digital/ Print Marketing Assistant, Contemporary Media, Inc.  1. What does your position entail? I am the new marketing assistant. I am in my third month at Contemporary Media, Inc. and I really love it. Thus far, I...

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April is Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month

Groups That Help With Autism Online Support Asperkids • A multimedia social education company founded by author/educator, and “Aspie,” Jennifer Cook O’Toole. Her site supports individuals and their families living with Asperger Syndrome and autism. Asperkids...

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Tennessee Shakespeare Company Brings The Bard To School

Tennessee Shakespeare Company Brings The Bard To School

The students at Germantown Middle School haven’t studied William Shakespeare’s plays or sonnets yet. Still, they have a few preconceptions. They’ve heard the Bard’s work is hard to translate. Old-fashioned. Irrelevant. So the actors from Tennessee Shakespeare...

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"Jeans for Wishes" New April Campaign for Make-A-Wish Mid-South

"Jeans for Wishes" New April Campaign for Make-A-Wish Mid-South

Every day, children around the Mid-South struggle with chronic illness. For some, their life-threatening medical conditions make living a full life difficult. That's why, through the month of April, Make-A-Wish Mid-South is asking for your help, by participating in their "Jeans...

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Hop to these Easter Festivities

Hop to these Easter Festivities

From egg hunts to bunny hops, Easter activities abound in April. FRIDAY, APRIL 11 After Dark Easter Egg Hunt. Cameron Brown Park. 7:30 p.m. For ages 9 to 12. Bring flashlights for an after-dark egg hunt. Concessions available. Eggs are filled with candy, so bring a basket to collect...

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Dr. William Sears at the Boys and Girls Club of Memphis

Dr. William Sears at the Boys and Girls Club of Memphis

On the second Tuesday of every month, something special happens at the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Memphis/ Technical Training Center. Passionate teenagers put their cooking skills to use, partnering with a local chef to provide a three-course meal. Attendees come for a free dinner while...

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Engaging Teens at the Library

Engaging Teens at the Library

Did you hear the good news? One of the groups the Memphis Public Library plans to target are teenagers. A new room, the Teen Learning Lab, is being discussed to better service kids ages 12 and up. The aim is to entice adolescent readers to become more engaged with books and technology at the...

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