It is still important to celebrate with our children but be remain mindful of healthy habits during COVID-19 time.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention created a list of activities that range from low risk of contracting the disease to high risk activities. Check out their guidelines at their Holiday Celebrations site.
Riverton has always been a walkable town. We have so many beautiful, unique, historic Victorian buildings, especially along the Delaware River, and you can best enjoy them during a walk around our “village.” With lovely, mild weather finally here, fall leaves will make “leaf peepers” out of many of us – perfect walking weather!
Another noteworthy tour is not far from Riverton. The New York Times included New Jersey’s Grounds for Sculpture among their Sculpture Gardens Around the Country. Timed tickets are free for those under 6 years of age, with discounts for students, military, seniors. Check out their site for details.
Sometimes, even adults have trouble finding ways to make things better for themselves and others. Children may need guidance in order to help them find ways to see themselves empowered to do good, especially during these days of isolation.
Just in case you have not heard it often enough, Election Day is November 3rd. Every registered voter counts! Let us offer two sites to help you register, if you aren’t already registered, and how to vote by mail, drop off ballot, or in-person.