Kid’s Craic: The Twelve Days of Christmas

By Megan Lardie In most cultures, the Twelve Days of Christmas are celebrated from Christmas Day, December 25th, to January 6th, the Feast of the Epiphany, (the day the three […]

Kid’s Craic: Election Day

By Megan Lardie November brings us Veteran’s Day and Thanksgiving Day. It also brings Election Day in the United States. This year Election Day is on Tuesday, November 7th. I […]

Kid’s Craic: Life is a Highway! Part II

By Megan Lardie September’s column was about the interstate highway system in the United States. Dwight D. Eisenhower had the idea of an interstate system after his time in the […]

Kid’s Craic: Life is a Highway! Part I

  By Megan Lardie Have you ever heard of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956? Would you be surprised to learn that it is responsible for the suburb you might […]

Kid’s Craic: Ahoy Matey!

By Megan Lardie August is International Pirate Month. An organization called the Rogues’ Armada started ARRR-Gust International Pirate Month several years ago. It is a small group with over 1500 […]

Kid’s Craic: All Hail to St. Patrick

Kid’s Craic: All Hail to Saint Patrick! By Megan Lardie We all know that St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland, but what did he do that made him […]

Kid’s Craic: Love Is In the Air

  Kid’s Craic: Love is in the Air By Megan Lardie Who was St. Valentine There is a great deal of debate over how Valentine’s Day started. Its beginnings did […]