Some events are just worth it! This one sounds like it will be great fun.
On July 4th weekend ID3Races is coordinating three days of bicycle racing in the Roanoke Valley. These events have been ongoing for years with a focus on adults, novice racers and the occasional professional cyclist visit too. In the past two years they have [...]
The latest addition to the City of Roanoke’s public art collection will be dedicated on Friday, July 1, 2011 in Grandin Village. The artwork (a unique bike rack) is cosponsored by Ride Solutions a project of the Roanoke Valley Allegheny Regional Commission.
The Art Bike Rack Dedication will take place in front of Valley Bank in the [...]
Our biggest little one was born 11 years ago today. Just spent the greatest part of an hour jumping through our event gallery, watching her grow. I told her today that I remember holding her in one hand. We tried it again today. She’s grown up so fast. Oh my.
For you, Pumpkinhead. Papa loves you!
kidsadventuring.org presented the challenge at the beginning of the summer to seek out the music of Pete Seeger. Great for the long road trips!
To learn more about the life and works of Pete Seeger, check out: http://www.peteseegermusic.com/
Check out the event gallery from our KIVA LNT Camping Trip - celebrating the Great American Backyard Campout.
Photos were taken a Hog Camp Gap, 200 feet off of the Appalachian Trail, at Cole Mountain. Truly a must see!
We followed the Leave No Trace principles:
Plan Ahead and Prepare
We met and planned over e-mail for nearly 7 [...]
Join National Wildlife Federation’s Great American Backyard Campout®. Create lasting memories by connecting with family and friends in the great outdoors. It’s something simple you can do to promote happier, healthier children. Sleep under the stars June, 25.
For more information, check out:
Saturday, June 25th from 10 until 2
Roanoke City Police Academy
5401B Barns Avenue, NW
This event is Admission-FREE and open to the public.
Join Roanoke Valley Project Lifesaver and the Greater Roanoke Valley Autism Action Group for a fun, family-oriented event that will guarantee you will learn something new about not only Project Lifesaver and Autism [...]
Actually, this time I’m a student in the class!
Something fun to read. This class has been much like a “revival” for science teachers. Yesterday we spent the day collecting rocks in Martinsville and exploring the Virginia Museum of Natural History. Find out more about this wonderful place at http://www.vmnh.net .
Today, we are creekdipping into Carvin [...]
Not certain if you have noticed, but a few weeks ago, I added a link to a KIVA Twitter account. I had a really nice conversation with a man today about Twitter. We both discussed how there is just not enough time in the day to do such things. I guess the difference is [...]
I haven’t shared this in a while, but I pulled it up again to prepare for an upcoming overnight hike. Enjoy!
“Score! This is an Aspen. You can tell it is an Aspen by the way it is…”
or you can prepare the best way. Instead check out:
I think we’ll start there!