The Spring Issue of Today's Family Is Out!

You can find the latest issue of Today's Family magazine — inside the March issue of Today's Woman ! That's two magazin...

Thursday, May 5, 2016

What To Do This Weekend: And They're Off!


Happy Derby from Today's Family!
If you're not up to taking the little ones to the track, 
here are great, family-friendly Derby alternatives:

  • Take a trip down to Waterfront for food, inflatables and fun at Kroger's Fest-a-Ville.
  • The Pegasus Parade is free and family-friendly, so pick a spot on Broadway and enjoy the show!
  • Celebrate National Public Gardens Day by visiting your local arboretum!

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Win a Trip to the Zips



Get your family’s adrenaline pumping! Win this giveaway of four Louisville Mega Cavern Mega Zips tickets, and your trained tour guides will lead you on a thrilling adventure into never-before-seen sections of this man-made cavern. The tour guides will also educate you about the geology and history of this unique attraction that spans more than 17 miles of underground passageways beneath Louisville.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Don't Miss These Derby Events!



The Kentucky Derby Festival is winding down, but you and your family still have time to experience some of their amazing events. Don’t miss these events happening this week!

Monday, May 2, 2016

Are You Too Involved in Your Child’s Schooling?

By Sanna Rogers 


Tricia Williams realized that once her sons reached middle school, she needed to step back and let the boys be in charge of managing their schoolwork and activities.   Photos by Tricia Williams 

Parenting our children through the homework years is never as easy as plugging in the correct mathematical formula. It’s messy. We calculate, we erase, and if all else fails, we guess C. But sometimes our answer is right in front of us.

For Tricia Williams, mother of two teenage sons, the Aha! moment came when Harrison entered high school at North Oldham. As first-time parents, she and her husband, John, were very involved in Harrison’s education. Tricia was hands-on through middle school, checking his backpack for notes, reviewing assignments, always asking questions. Together they made a mental checklist of the day’s agenda. Everything was good — until some of his test scores dropped in ninth grade.

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