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The holiday season is the perfect opportunity to teach young children about healthier food options and the art of cooking. As you prepare for holiday parties and gatherings this year, use healthy recipes to demonstrate to your children that enjoying tasty food doesn’t have to require cups of sugar. On the contrary, festive food options […]
Despite its modest size, Long Island has much to offer in the ways of family fun and activity. With such a dense population, the Island serves as a cultural melting pot, making for the perfect environment to introduce children to the many different ways of experiencing the world. With bustling communities proud to offer their […]
Although the summertime is months behind us, it’s hard not to think about the great memories made by the seemingly endless, carefree summers of our youth. But now, as parents, guardians, and family members, we have the ability to offer the next generation an opportunity to have these same meaningful summertime experiences through the gift […]
I hope the end of the school year is wrapping up well for you all! Here at LuHi, we are eagerly looking forward to finishing the final weeks of classes strong. It has been a unique year, but one that has gone very well. During the month of May, several of our alumni often stop […]
Throughout these unsettling times, it’s important to remain calm and rational while finding ways to keep our families safe and healthy. We’ve put together some ideas for how to stay sane and motivated during this temporary reality.
Now that the school year is in full swing and our schedules are packed, it is important that we are taking the time to take care of ourselves.
Are you planning on taking a trip to Walt Disney World?
Don’t get us wrong; we are definitely missing summer! But we can’t help but get excited at the thought of corn mazes, pumpkin picking, apple cider, and trick-or-treating!
When parents or guardians of younger campers call our office, one of the most common questions or concerns we hear is about whether their child is ready for a camp like LuHi.