This week in the Metroparent newsletter October 25, 2014
2014 Halloween Guide: Tips, ideas, recipes and more for Milwaukee families
Halloween is just days away! Here are some ideas, tips and recipes to make this Halloween extra fun!
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Trick-or-treat times for Milwaukee and its surrounding communities
Check with your neighborhood association for additional trick-or-treat times. Those listed here were compiled by the Journal Sentinel from community websites and local officials.
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Halloween candy buy-back locations
The following dentists in the Milwaukee are buying back Halloween candy, which they will then send to Operation Gratitude, an organization that sends care packages to troops.
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Research family history together with your kids
Connecting to family history or extended relatives has never been easier thanks to the Internet. Today’s apps are designed to help families explore their past and document future stories.
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The basics on how to prepare a toddler for future school success
Although there is much buzz around Common Core standards, the best learning a child can have in early childhood (birth to 8 years) is real life—creating interactive and meaningful experiences for that child.
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Metroparent's Cover Kids Contest!
Whose kid is the cutest? Metroparent is looking for your family snapshots to choose our next cover kids. Submit your snapshots today!
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Things To Do

6th Annual Best Bra Contest
6th Annual Best Bra Contest, Mequon October 28

Preschool Movie Morning
West Allis Public Library, West Allis October 29

Spa-lloween Party for Kids
A Hair for Kids Salon LLC, new Berlin October 29

Bedtime Blues
Family Enrichment Center, Grafton October 30

Drop-In Fall Crafts
West Allis Public Library, West Allis October 31

A Ghoulish Gathering!
Superior Equipment and Supply, Saint Francis October 31

Animal Movie Night
Schlitz Audubon Nature Center, Milwaukee October 31


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