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How to Use Essential Oils for Everyday Life

I am always searching for natural remedies to common ailments. With the influx of people using essential oils, our Mom Squad Ambassador, Emily, gives us a look into how to use these oils in a safe (and helpful) way. She gives us everything from using the oils to help with focus all the way to preventing lice. Check it out!

How to Use Essential Oils for Everyday Life

How to Use Essential Oils for Everyday Life

My mom often likes to refer to me as “the medicine woman.” Not because I use a lot of medicine, but as a jest towards my somewhat of an obsession with essential oils. Anytime she says she has an ache or pain, I’m quick to remind her that there’s an oil to treat that. Essential oils are a fantastic alternative to over the counter medication when used correctly and safely.

Essential oils are highly concentrated oils distilled from plants. To safely use essential oils with children, the oils can be diffused and inhaled or used topically with a carrier oil such as olive or coconut oils. Essential oils have endless possibilities. They can help fight infection, soothe pains, calm nerves, help your hair grow, or even disinfect your kitchen. When enhaled, it takes only 22 seconds for the oil to reach the brain and when applied topically, it takes 20 minutes to reach every cell in the body. There are several brands of essential oils. I, personally, use the brand DoTerra. With school back in session, I thought I would share some blends and oils to help the kiddos in different aspects of their life.

Waking Up

To help stubborn kiddos (or let’s face it, even we need help) wake up in the morning, try diffusing peppermint, lemon, or citrus.

Focus

In order to help your child focus, you can diffuse or use a roller blend of: lemon, rosemary, orange, or peppermint.

Relax

After a long day, it’s important that your child has time to wind down and relax. This could be after they get home or before they go to bed. You can diffuse: lavender, cedarwood, marjoram, camomile Roman, coriander, petitgrain, or rose absolute.

Prevent illness

To help prevent sick days and gain the perfect attendance award, you can use the following oils: lemon, citrus, frankincense, pink grapefruit, spearmint, or vetiver.

Lice

We don’t like to think about it or deal with it, but lice outbreaks happen. Citronella, lavender, palmarosa, or tea tree essential oils can help fight or prevent these bugs from crawling into your life.

 

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Discover An Adventure: Join Cub Scouts Today!

Like many of you, I suspect, I grew up in the world of Scouting. My experience as a Scout taught me valuable life skills that helped build a solid foundation for the future. I developed strong friendships with my peers, had the opportunity to explore the World around me, and accomplished things I never thought possible. As I reflect on my own experience with Scouting, I look forward to the opportunity to introduce it to my own children in the future.

With every new patch, with every new adventure, with every new friendship a memory is made and that it what makes the world of Scouting truly special. You may have noticed our email that went out last week {link} with information about Cub Scout sign ups here in Kansas City. I want to encourage you to think about your own experience and consider giving your own children the gift of Scouting this year. Take a look:

Discover An Adventure: Join Cub Scouts Today!

Discover An Adventure: Join Cub Scouts Today!

Discover An Adventure: Join Cub Scouts Today!
Adventure Is Waiting…
Discover An Adventure: Join Cub Scouts Today!
Every object tells a story. The memories last a lifetime…
Just like Scouting values.
With fun and discovery at every turn, Cub Scouting makes the most of right now. Providing boys a foundation they can stand on to embrace opportunity, overcome obstacles and make new discoveries.
Make Scouting the foundation of your future.
JOIN ONLINE TODAY AT KCSCOUTING.ORG
Heart of America Council, Boy Scouts of America
www.hoac-bsa.org | (816) 942-9333
10210 Holmes Road | Kansas City, MO 64131

 

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Back to School Tips: How to Volunteer in Your Child’s Classroom

Howdy, Kansas City! School is back in full swing for most of us, and some of you parents may be looking for ways to continue connecting with your kiddos during the school year. Why not follow our Mom Squad Ambassador, Erin’s advice and volunteer at their school? Below she gives us a few ideas to get started. Check it out!

Back to School Tips: How to Volunteer in Your Child's Classroom

Back to School Tips:
How to Volunteer in Your Child’s Classroom

 

Last year my daughter started Kindergarten. I was SO excited for her that I wanted to sit next to her in class all day long. However, that was pretty unrealistic! The next best thing was to sign up to volunteer in her school. I thought I’d share with you some ideas on how you can get involved in your child’s school. Your child will love seeing you around school. Being hands on shows them how important their education is to you. You will also benefit from getting involved because you can truly get a feel for the school’s dynamics, as well as see firsthand how things are done in your child’s classroom.

 

Join the PTA (Parent-Teacher Association)

I joined the PTA last year and they had regular meetings in the evenings that were convenient for my schedule. They also had a Facebook group that was very helpful to find out events and things going on at my child’s school

Volunteer in the classroom, library or on field trips

The school is always needing help with small groups of students, testing skills, or even just stuffing the cubbies with notes to go home. I had the opportunity to be heavily involved every week in the classroom, with field trips, and was the lead for the school parties. Even if you work full time and can take off a few hours in the afternoon to help with a party or donate something, every little bit helps!

Connect to your school’s website and social media outlets

Some schools might even have their own app to download with tons of information from lunch menus to calendars. My child’s teacher has a Twitter account and I am looking forward to seeing pictures and updates online.

 

Try to attend

Back to school night, open house, parent teacher conferences, music performances and any other meetings offered to parents.

 

 

If you are interested in working directly with students, check with your child’s school first. They may require some additional training before interacting with students. I found that getting directly involved with my child’s class and school was so incredibly rewarding! I got to know her teacher and classmates so well and seeing their faces light up when I came every week really made me feel like I was making a difference in a small part of this world.

 

What are some ways you have gotten involved with your child’s school? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below!

 

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This Weekend at the Box Office: The Light Between Oceans

We’ve had our fair share of family-friendly movies to see this summer, but now it’s time for a grown-up flick. Our Mom Squad Ambassador got a chance at a sneak peek of The Light Between Oceans starring Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander, and shares her thoughts below. Take a look!

 This Weekend at the Box Office: The Light Between Oceans

This Weekend at the Box Office: The Light Between Oceans


Release Date: 
August 19, 2016
Run Time: 132 minutes
Rating: PG-13
Director: Derek Cianfrance
Cast: Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander, Rachel Weisz

I belong to a group that has a monthly ‘book swap’. It’s like a book club, but instead of us all reading the same book and discussing it, we each bring a book that we have read and enjoyed to trade with others. We also recommend any titles or authors we like. For some time now, my good friend has been recommending The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman. I have not gotten around to reading it, as I’ve been on a mystery kick, so when I was invited to preview the movie, I invited my TLBO book-loving friend to go with me. I figured this would be a good way to get two perspectives on the film. We all know that when a movie is based on a beloved book, expectations can be hard to meet.

 

My friend warned me to bring tissues, but somehow we both managed to forget. BIG mistake. (I’d recommend bringing some powder too if you get red-nosed while ugly-crying like I do.) Although the movie started out slow, a lot happens and you (and the characters) really run the gamut of emotions. The story follows an emotionally damaged man, Tom (Michael Fassbender), as he returns home from WWI to Australia, where he has taken a position manning a lighthouse on a very remote island. He falls in love and marries a young woman who is full of life, and they are very happy until they suffer heartbreaking loss. When a baby washes ashore, along with a dead man, the wife (played beautifully by Alicia Vikander) thinks her prayers have been answered with this baby and wants to keep it. Years later, they return to the mainland and find that their actions have had devastating effects on another woman.

 

I can see why the book was so popular. The story is truly gut-wrenching and makes you think about the situations these characters find themselves in. As a mother, you can sympathize with both women and understand how the love you have for your child can define so much of who you think you are. The cast (which also included Rachel Weisz) was spectacular. The sets and costumes were gorgeous. According to my friend, the movie not only did the book justice, but she felt Michael Fassbender did an exceptional job at rounding out his character, who in the book seemed to not have much depth at times.

 

This was a great film. I don’t think I’ve cried so much since The Notebook. Normally, sad movies don’t appeal to me, and in the spirit of full disclosure, I could watch Michael Fassbender brush his teeth. But I enjoyed the film, and I can’t stop thinking about it today. I definitely recommend The Light Between Oceans.

 

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Fun for the Weekend: Create Your Own Slip and Slide

Hello, Kansas City! Summer may be coming to an end in a few weeks, but that’s still a few weeks, right?! Our Mom Squad Ambassador, Darcy, promised us a tutorial in her last post, and she did not disappoint. Today, she’s covering the ins and outs of creating your own slip and slide for ample summer, weekend fun. Check it out!

Fun for the Weekend: Create Your Own Slip and Slide

Fun for the Weekend: Create Your Own Slip and Slide

Summer is on its way out! Sometimes I yell that in my head in joy and sometimes in panic. It has been a blazing hot summer and I am so sick and tired of sweating two minutes after walking outside, of hearing my kids complain about getting into the car (“It’s too hot!”), and of my children being underfoot 24/7 (thank goodness we are back to school). Then I think about all the early mornings, snow, and (let’s be real) hearing my kids complain about getting into the car (“It’s too cold!”).

Every year, at the end of summer, we host a backyard summer bash. It’s a huge party with all of our friends and family. We grill, drink, play yard games and swim. It’s essentially our last hurrah to get all of that summer goodness in before we’re busy with sports and school. At our first party, we had an impromptu adult-sized slip and slide, and it became a must-have for our party. This year, we have a new house with plenty of room in the yard and so we went all out. We built a massive 100ft long slip and slide and it was a total success!

Supply List

6 mil. Painter’s Tarp
Pool noodles (we used a package of 35 bought on walmart.com)
Duct tape
Garden soaker hose

Instructions

We always make our slides out of painter’s tarp, which we just pick up at Home Depot. We try to get 6 mil. The higher the mil number the thicker (and tougher) the plastic. This year we bought 20 x 100ft but we usually use 20 x 50ft. Our slope runs at an angle and the slide was longer than usual, so this year we decided we needed something to keep people from sliding off of the sides. Answer: pool noodles! We found a package of 35 online at walmart.com that could be delivered quickly and for free. We also stocked up on duct tape to attach the noodles.

Fun for the Weekend: Create Your Own Slip and Slide

The day of the party, we spread out the tarp. Please note that the grass underneath will die and keep that in mind when you decide where to place the tarp. (That is another reason why we have the party at the end of summer.) We then laid out all the noodles along either edge of the tarp leaving enough plastic to wrap around them.

Fun for the Weekend: Create Your Own Slip and Slide

Once we had the noodles where we wanted them, we pulled the edge of the tarp over the noodle and duct taped it down. You could tape it to the noodle, but you will likely take a chunk of the foam off when you remove the tape. We wanted to be able to reuse our noodles, so we tried to not get any tape on them. Yes, the noodles did shift a bit as the day wore on, but not badly.

Fun for the Weekend: Create Your Own Slip and Slide

After your noodles are all taped in, you have to flip the tarp over. I was worried we would not be able to flip it without noodles falling out or without getting it tangled somehow, but this step surprisingly went well. However, after flipping it, the breeze could get under the slide a bit, so my husband pulled some stakes out of his tent kit and secured the corners with those. He covered them up in duct tape for good measure.

Fun for the Weekend: Create Your Own Slip and Slide

Finally, you are getting close to slide time! We purchased a garden soaker hose this year to use instead of a sprinkler. I think it worked much better. You have to give it about ten minutes to build up a good stream of water, but then you weren’t being hit in the face by a strong stream nor did we have any dry moments. I cannot even count how many times we all went down that slide. My backside was so sore the next day! I was feeling my age for sure, but it was totally worth it! All said and done we spent about $200 on this thing. The big expense was the tarp, but if you don’t get one that large, or if you reuse one you have at the house, it won’t be so pricey. So get out there and enjoy these final days of heat! And don’t let the kids have all the fun!

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This Weekend at the Box Office: Don’t Breathe

Hello, Kansas City! The children are back to school, and now it’s time for a great night out for the parents. If you’re looking for a date night movie, definitely check out Don’t Breathe. Our Mom Squad Ambassador, Becky had a chance to see it at a sneak peek and shares her review below. Check it out!

This Weekend at the Box Office: Don't Breathe

This Weekend at the Box Office: Don’t Breathe


Release Date: August 26, 2016
Run Time: 1 hr 28 min
Rating: R
Director: Fede Alvarez
Cast: Stephen Lang, Jane Levy

 

I had the chance to catch a sneak peek of the scary thriller “Don’t Breathe” this week and made my dear, innocent mom come with me. (Sorry, mom, but I was NOT going alone.) Oh man. Oh man. Oh man. This movie is intense.

It’s a story about three punk kids who decide it’d be a really great idea to break into the home of a loner, blind combat veteran and rob him for the small fortune they suspect he’s keeping inside.

Big, BIG mistake. You STUPID kids.

These kids are no match for the blind man on his own turf and, as hard as it was to break in, they quickly realize it’s even harder to break out—but they better because the man isn’t fooling around. What unfolds is the most stressful and intense game of hide and seek ever.

But before I get too far into this review, it’s only fair that I tell you I only saw half this movie. That’s because I had at least one eye covered the entire time. The suspense and surprises had me scrunched into a ball in my seat, holding my mom’s hand, grabbing onto the armrests, biting my shirt, you name it — I was a wreck. And I wasn’t alone. This crazy cat and mouse chase had the entire audience on the edge of our seats and when we weren’t holding our breath, we were screaming out loud as the movie shocked us with one blind twist (pun intended) after another.

If you like thrillers, listen up: You WILL get your money’s worth on this one. My mom, who claimed it was a movie and a half, summed it up best as we were walking out of the theater, “I was so tense during that movie I need a massage now.” I think she’d really appreciate it if our next mother-daughter outing was more in the spa-day category. (I owe you, Mom.)

Pro Tip: Go with someone you know really well because you will be holding on to them throughout the entire movie. (That alone makes it a great choice for date night.)

Becky Ervin is a creative director, mother of three and blogs at PartyBoxKC.com/blog.

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How to Handle the “Back to School” Transition

Making the transition to school, whether it’s the first or the last, can be tough on us parents. It can be a time of excitement, anxiety, and even a little bit of sadness. Read our Mom Squad Ambassador, Stephanie’s experience with sending her first grader and kindergartener back to school this fall. Take a look!

How to Handle the "Back to School" Transition

How to Handle the “Back to School” Transition

This year was a little hard for me in terms of going back to school… I have a 1st grader AND a Kindergartner! Last year, I was a mess sending my first baby to school, and this year was hard for me too sending my two oldest to school (now who is going to entertain my two little ones while I do the dishes or laundry?! Haha – just kidding!)
Bella (my Kindergartner) has always been one to excel in anything school related. She loves to learn new things and is always questioning why things happen. Now that she has been in school for a few days now, I know she is going to do great! She is already coming home every day and telling me all sorts of new rules and fun stuff she learned that day.
The first day of school was a little rough at the beginning for both of us. We had asked my son to sit with Bella on the bus so she wouldn’t have to be alone – well, that didn’t happen. When my husband and I met the kids at the school to watch them get off the bus and walk them into their classes, I saw Bella sitting with another kid on the bus and when the bus driver opened the door to let the kids out, Bella’s backpack got stuck and she couldn’t get it loose before all the kids behind her were trying to get past her to get off the bus. When she got her backpack loose and was able to get off the bus, I could instantly see the tears in her eyes which of course broke my heart!
Now, its not all sunshine and rainbows for you new Kindergarten parents. We all miss our kiddos and want to know how they are adjusting and if they are making any friends. I know my daughter will be fine – just like I’m sure your kiddos will be too – but it doesn’t change the fact that we just miss our kids (even though a few weeks ago they were driving us crazy being home all summer!)

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Get Active this Fall with the World War I Museum Runs!

My favorite season in Kansas City is easily fall. Great weather, lots of activities around the metro, and beautiful scenery makes for a great, active season. The World War I Museum is adding to the plethora of events with two upcoming runs. On September 11, they’ll be hosting the Patriot’s Run and in October, they’ll be hosting the Do the Double 8k. Both are family friendly and great ways to enjoy the fall weather. Take a look!

Get Active this Fall with the World War I Museum Runs!

Get Active this Fall with the World War I Museum Runs!

Introducing two great fall events offering FUN for the whole family! 
The Kansas City Double Run & The Patriot’s Run
Get Active this Fall with the World War I Museum Runs!
Get out and get active on Sunday, October 9th for a truly one of a kind family activity. The Kansas City Double Run 8K features both an adult race as well as a fun Kid’s Cup race – Hurry, there are only a limited number of spots available! Don’t miss out on your chance to experience this one of a kind event benefiting the National World War I Museum and Memorial!
How It Works:
Participants will run a 5K before heading into the Recovery Zone featuring stationary bikes, massage tables, water, sports drinks, and snacks. They will then finish with a 3K.  The race will start and finish on the north lawn of the National WWI Museum and Memorial. and participants will receive a commemorative Double Road Race Kansas City finisher engraved dog tag, long sleeve t-shirt (adult runners only), and a fantastic festival with plenty of post race snacks and beverages!
Kids Cup Double:
Bring your kids for our Kids Cup Double! The Kids Double will start at the completion of the 8K Double (approximately 10:15 AM). The Kids will first run 2/3 of a mile. After their recovery period, they will run 1/3 of a mile. All kids will receive an engraved dog tag!
Questions about this event? Call BJ Taylor at (816) 353-3149
Race registration can be completed online
Get Active this Fall with the World War I Museum Runs!
Commemorate 9/11 and honor those who serve our country with the2016 Patriot’s Run! There is no other event like this in world – runners, walkers, and teams are welcome for this fun, family-friendly day at MidAmerica Nazarene University.
Registration includes access to the event, music, and a t-shirt. Learn more and register online today!

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Experience a “Night at the Tower” with the National World War I Museum

Howdy, Kansas City! We are so lucky, in the Kansas City Metro, to have so many great educational opportunities for families. The National World War I Museum is bringing back the wonderful event, Night at the Tower, this September 17th. It’s a great way to learn about our nation’s history, experience other cultures and customs, and listen to great live music. Check it out!

Experience a "Night at the Tower" with the National World War I Museum

Experience a “Night at the Tower” with the National World War I Museum

Following a successful inaugural event in 2015, the National World War I Museum and Memorial announced that tickets are now available for its Night at the Tower benefit on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016.

 

Night at the Tower is a progressive experience like no other event held at the Museum where guests experience different cultures and countries through music, live performances and still art. The event engages the senses of sight, touch, taste and sound and takes guests away from the traditional seated dinner event to a true experience with unprecedented performances and entertainment brought in part by Quixotic.

 

“The inaugural Night at the Tower was a tremendous success and we’re excited to host this event, which is unlike any other,” said Dr. Matthew Naylor, National World War I Museum and Memorial President and CEO. “This is our nation’s only World War I museum and the only national memorial to the Great War. This internationally acclaimed institution exists because of the generosity of Kansas City area residents, so we are thrilled to provide people with the incredible opportunity to experience the Museum in a truly unique setting.”

 

Jack and Trudy Gabriel are serving as Chairmen with the Dunn Family and JE Dunn Construction employees as Honorary Chairmen. The Presenting Sponsor for Night at the Tower is JE Dunn Construction with Ash Grove Cement Company, the City of Kansas City, Missouri and Lockton Companies serving as Grand Sponsors. Partner Sponsors are Bryan Cave, LLP, Cerner Corporation, Rita Kahn, the Muriel McBrien Kauffman Foundation, Midwest Trust/FCI Advisors, John J. Sherman and Mary Donnelly Sherman and UMB Bank.

 

“Night at the Tower is a progressive journey designed to fit the unique nature of the National World War I Museum and Memorial,” said Jack and Trudy Gabriel. “All of your senses will be stimulated as you pass through a Russian tea room with a cellist and vodka-inspired ice luge, enjoy French pastries and ballet, relax in a German beer garden and enjoy multiple other experiences associated with the diverse countries involved in World War I.  This is an amazing and entertaining way to support the Museum.”

 

Tickets to Night at the Tower are $150 and include unlimited food and beverage, access to live and silent auctions, and admission to special performances from Quixotic. VIP tickets are $250 and include the same amenities as well as an exclusive performance of live music and dance custom created by Quixotic. A limited number of VIP tickets are available.

 

The Night at the Tower auction features an array of unique and rare items. All proceeds from the event benefit the Museum – America’s only official World War I museum and memorial as designated by Congress.

 

For more information or to purchase tickets for Night at the Tower, visit nightatthetower.org. Photos from the 2015 Night at the Tower can be viewed here.

 

 

Members of the Night at the Tower planning committee are: Todd Adams, Kathryn Anastasio, Alex Bergman, Amy Sue Bliss, Joan Bubacz, Bob Buchanan, Susan Conway, June Davis, Leo Davis, Sarah DeVault, Olivia Dorsey, Ana Ebbrecht, Kathy Ellis, Jerry Foulds, Amy Gattermeir, Elizabeth Glynn, Phil Glynn, Katrina Henke, Chip Ingram, Laurie Ingram, Geoff Jolley, Kimberly Jolley, Mary Jane Judy, Julie Kemper Foyer, Bill Kort, Regina Kort, Joni Lindquist, Michael Lintecum, Shellee Masnado, Nancy McGuire, Sandra Mellinger, Jenn Nussbeck, Kimberlee Ried, Laura Rogers, Cyprienne Simchowitz, Paul Sinclair, Kimberly Stern, Jeannine Strandjord, Lisa Tobin, Katie Van Luchene, Charles Van Way, Gail Van Way, Linda Ward and Katherine Wurzer.

 

 

About the National World War I Museum and Memorial

The National World War I Museum and Memorial is America’s leading institution dedicated to remembering, interpreting and understanding the Great War and its enduring impact on the global community. The Museum holds the most diverse collection of World War I objects and documents in the world and is the second-oldest public museum dedicated to preserving the objects, history and experiences of the war. The Museum takes visitors of all ages on an epic journey through a transformative period and shares deeply personal stories of courage, honor, patriotism and sacrifice. Designated by Congress as America’s official World War I Museum and Memorial and located in downtown Kansas City, Mo., the National World War I Museum and Memorial inspires thought, dialogue and learning to make the experiences of the Great War era meaningful and relevant for present and future generations. To learn more, visit theworldwar.org.

 

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Don’t Miss Out on the Savings at Here We Grow Again Consignment Sale!

It is that time of year again for super savings at the Here We Grow Again Consignment Sale in Olathe. It runs through Saturday, August 27th and if you’re a fan of a great deal (and who isn’t?) you’ll definitely want to check it out. Admission is always free, and as the week goes along, there will be more savings’ opportunities every day. Take a look!

Don't Miss Out on the Savings at Here We Grow Again Consignment Sale!

Don’t Miss Out on Savings at Here We Grow Again!

Here We Grow Again
Olathe Consignment Sale!
OPENS MONDAY
11934 South Strang Line Rd., Olathe, KS 66062
Don't Miss Out on Savings at Here We Grow Again!
Shop Olathe’s largest consignment sale and pick up everything you need for Fall and Winter.
Clothing, toys, books, baby equipment, EVEN Halloween costumes!
One stop shopping at a fraction of the cost of retail.
Come shop our organized environment!
Don't Miss Out on Savings at Here We Grow Again!
ALWAYS FREE  ADMISSION EVERYDAY!
Monday, August 22-Saturday, August 27.
Most items half price- Friday & Saturday!
Presale Pass Opportunity!!!
Do you want to shop BEFORE we open the doors to the public? Go to ourFacebook Event and comment on one of the pictures that was posted today on the EVENT wall. Comment your name AND “iFamily sent me!” We will pick FIVE winners on SATURDAY evening.
Sale Schedule:
Presale, Sunday: 1pm Volunteers, 4pm Consignors,
5pm Military, Teachers, Fire, Police, EMS
Monday: 9am-8pm
Tuesday: 9am-8pm
Wednesday: 9am-8pm NEW items on sales floor
Thursday: 9am-8pm Most items 25% off
Friday: 9am-8pm Most items 50% off
Saturday: 9am-3pm Most items 50% off
Don't Miss Out on the Savings at Here We Grow Again!

 

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