Located in Tres Rios Wetlands, next to the ISM Raceway, March 2–3, theTres Rios Nature Festival was a place to destroy boredom. A nice sunny day with a cool breeze and lots of fun made it a perfect weekend. The festival had many activities for all ages—archery, fishing, paddle boarding, canoeing, zip lining, hands-on and hands-off exhibits, food, drinks, live music andmore!

 Some predict that intelligent machines and humanoid robots will be our daily companions in the near future. Do you believe that artificial intelligence will grow to be an important part of our lives? Guess what? Some types of intelligent machines are already here!

Do you ever think about a future where a machine will have a conversation with you or help you make decisions? Do you dream of a not-too-distant future when you have a robot that will do your chores for you? Do you believe that self-driving vehicles will take over most roads before you are old...Read more

Girl Hugging the World

Happy Earth Day—a special day when all of us should focus on the importance of our planet and what we can do to improve its health. 

Earth Day was created in 1970 in hopes of bringing about environmental reform in America. It began in the United States with schools celebrating—20 million... Read more

Legendary Ichiro Steps Off the Field

Top photo credit: photo courtesy of Ben VanHouten, Seattle Mariners

Ichiro Suzuki, one of baseball’s greatest players, returned home to Japan where his career began to play his final game and announce his... Read more

It’s an Endangered Penguin Baby Boom at Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium!

There is an endangered penguin baby boom taking place at Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park. The park rang in the New Year celebrating the recent births of two endangered African penguin chicks, and the celebration continues as two more chicks just hatched!

These are... Read more

A busy summer is a fun summer. Make this summer like no other at Tutor Time’s Camp One-of-a-Kind, which is brimming with activities and features weekly and bi-weekly themes that may include science, geography, zoology, art, fitness, games, and STEM learning. Your child will enjoy immersive field trips, educational experiences, cool gear, and healthy meals. Choose your favorite camps, or go all summer long. Younger siblings at home? We offer programs for younger children too! Get ready for a summer camp experience that’s totally unique at one of our 26 valley-wide schools.

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