Western New York Family Magazine is a parenting magazine serving the growing, young families of the Buffalo/Niagara Region since 1984, enriching family life with fun things to do and places to go with kids and providing parents with a resource for local goods and services to make their lives easier.
I have affectionately obtained a not so subtle nickname in my house — “Sugar Police.” I don’t take it personally; as a matter of fact I kind of enjoy the reverie of conversation and the dialogue we’ve created around it all.
Hollywood glorifys the mysterious, mischevious life of a computer hacker. It's easy to see how a youngster could be persuaded into believing this perception is a reality. Parents can help their amateur hackers avoid pitfalls and find success.
This annual event recreates highlights from the actual 19-day British siege of the French fort in July of 1759 through large-scale battles, history tours, cannon firings, military music, living history camps of British, French and Native reenactors,
The largest celebration in the history of the Buffalo waterfront, Basil Port of Call:
Buffalo, will kick-off with a dramatic Parade of Sail at 3pm on July 4 as 12 tall ships move under full sail to dock at Canalside, Riverwalk, and Erie Basin Marina.
Western New York Family is proud to once again partner with Canalside to present “Family FUN Thursdays,” a series of entertaining, FREE summer events for the entire familyevery Thursday from June 27 through August 29 (excluding July 4).
In celebration of Father's Day, we talked to five dads who are fully committed to their jobs and to spending quality time with their families. We asked them how they make it all work and what tips they have for managing the balance.
Summer is here. Time to put the excuses on the shelf and get yourself to a better place for you and your kids! Trying to figure out where to start first can be a daunting task. Technology can help. Here are a few apps that helped me along the way.
Both volunteer work and spending time in nature have been scientifically proven to increase happiness and improve mood, so why not combine these ideas by participating in outdoor community service projects as a family that also help our environment?