Kids & Family

The Hudson Valley is a great place to be a kid, and an equally great place to raise one. Chronogram Kids & Family addresses the wide range of complex issues affecting parents today, in the Hudson Valley and beyond. In addition to covering family-related content, it's the place to go when looking for something to do, whether your family wants a cultural Upstate New York experience, a Hudson River Valley town kid-friendly (and delicious) place to eat, or just a fun playground.

Field Notes

Creating a Cooperative Spirit: Q&A with Joanna Faber

Harvey sits with Joanna Farber to discover what it takes to create an intentional, loving and disciplined family culture when there are little kids around.

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Sheltered: Building Relationships Around Homelessness

Hillary Harvey looks into stats, shelters, and services surrounding homelessness in the Hudson Valley.

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Development

Simplicity Parenting

Kim John Payne will hold a Simplicity Parenting Training at the Mountain Laurel Waldorf School in New Paltz on Thursday, March 16.

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Man Up: Expanding Our Definition of Masculinity

Within the worlds of sports and scouting, there are programs that offer alternative definitions of what it takes to be a man.

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One Step Closer: The Blended Family Mosaic

Hillary Harvey explorest the blended family dynamic at the Dunn household.

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Hudson Valley Parenting

The Hudson Valley is filled with great resources for parents, from cloth-diaper classes to discussion groups for first-time mothers. Parents in the Hudson Valley region are interested in important issues and debates, such as home births and developmental disorders. Chronogram Kids & Family supports the creative and cultural lives of kids and parents alike.

Hudson Valley Family-Friendly Events

The Hudson Valley offers a variety of fun family-friendly things to do, see, and experience. Whether you’re looking for an educational summer camp, a kid-friendly restaurant, or a cultural community event, there are so many different ways to enjoy the Hudson Valley with your family. Explore our directories and recommendations to find something the whole family will enjoy, whether art, music, food, or wellness-related.