Now that spring has sprung…well, maybe if you live in certain parts of the US, it might still seem like winter. Nothing will stop the change of seasons, and Spring will come. When the weather gets warmer, our thoughts inevitably turn to the outdoors. Did you know that our national parks kick off the season by celebrating National Parks Week from April 21-April 29 this year? Across the country, parks will be holding special e
April 21: Fee Free Day
April 21: National Junior Ranger Day
April 21: Volunteer Day
April 22: Earth Day—Let’s get out and celebrate our rivers and trails for their 50th!
April 28: Military & Veteran Recognition Day
April 29: National Park Rx Day
In addition, families may gain free admission to national parks on September 22, National Public Lands Day, and November 11, Veterans Day.
I am proud to have had the opportunity to introduce teachers, students and their families to our national treasures through my Little Miss HISTORY Travels to book series. These books are intended to enlighten, inspire and educate young minds to appreciate our historical heritage and have fun while doing so. Spring and summer are the perfect times to get out and explore. Remember Little Miss HISTORY’S motto, “If you don’t know your history, you don’t know what you’re talking about.”
All of the Little Miss History Series can be found at: indieBRAG
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