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March 2013 Issue

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  • www.KidsDirectory.com/setxMarch 2013

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    SOUTHEAST TEXAS

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    The KIDS DIRECTORY is designed to provide parents with a publication containing a wide variety of products and services for children and families. Our desire is to assist you in shopping wisely and efficiently. You will find that each advertiser is committed to offering you value and service. When you visit these businesses, please tell them about the KIDS DIRECTORY. They will want to know how you found them. We appreciate your interest and encourage your comments and suggestions!

    Daryl [email protected](512) 567-8068www.KidsDirectory.com/setx

    Kids Directory. This Directory, in part or whole, is not to be reproduced or copied without written permission from Hidden Values, Inc. The Kids Directory is not responsible for the accuracy of the information provided or the action of our advertisers. Readers should verify advertised information with advertisers. The Kids Directory is a registered trade-mark of Hidden Values, Inc., Dallas, TX. We are exanding our network of Directories. For more information about bringing a Directory to your city please visit our website www.HiddenValues.com or call us at (800) 960-6788.

    Sessions are geared for 3-9 year olds, and are FREE for Port Arthur Historical Society Members & $1 per child for all others. Advance registration is required & children must be accompanied by an adult. For more information contact the Education Coordinator, Stephanie Harren at: 409-984-6453 or email at [email protected]

    10:00 to 11:00am

    Explore It! Program 2013

    700 Procter Street, Port Arthur (409)982-7000

    www.museumofthegulfcoast.org

    July 2 DinoMite! Dinosaurs in TexasJuly 9 Wet and Wild-Texas WetlandsJuly 16 Birds Eye View:Texas BirdsJuly 23 Critter CornerJuly 30 Under the Sea

    Wild About Texas

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    EnviroKids is an exciting summer camp designed for students who would like to learn about the environment and experience fun outdoor activities through eld trips, guest presenters, hands-on activities, and arts and crafts . EnviroKids is FREE for students in Port Arthur ISD and to members of the Port Arthur Historical Society. All others must pay a $50 registration fee.

    ENVIROKIDS PROGRAM 2013

    700 Procter Street, Port Arthur (409)982-7000

    www.museumofthegulfcoast.org

    MondayFriday9:00 am 12:30 pm

    Lunch Provided Daily.

    Wild About Texas

    Camp A: June 3 June 14, 2nd & 3rd GradersCamp B: June 17 June 28, 4th & 5th Graders

    setx mar13.indd 3 2/26/13 7:32 AM

  • outheast Texas parents are fortunate to live in an area with a number of wonderful schools and educational op-portunities for our children. This is a wonderful time to examine how satisfied

    you are with your childs current school. Are they learning? Is your child happy? Does your child look forward to going to school each morning and come home in a good mood? If so, they are probably al-ready in a wonderful environment and you can look forward to their return to the same school in the fall. If you dont feel your child is advancing academically at an appropriate rate or if youre concerned that they arent fitting in or enjoying the experience of being in school, it might be time for a change. This month, the Kids Directory has chosen two special schools to feature: St. Andrews Presbyterian Day School and All Saints Epis-copal School. St. Andrews Day School feels like an extension of a happy home. Walking through the halls, the childrens voices are happy and enthusiastic. The adult voices are nurturing and engaged. It is quickly apparent that youve discovered one of those mythical schools where both the children and the teachers are happy to be there. The environment is very safe and comfortable, which these days is a bless-ing for students and teachers alike. St. Andrews is focused on taking care of and educating younger children from 12 months to Pre-K 4s. The teachers are wonderful and love working with our Southeast Texas children. St. Andrews Day School was established in 1964 and their focus on values, principals, and nurturing children has helped them remain a dominate force in educating young children. St. Andrews is geared towards teaching children to learn independently and through discovery. One of their most important tools is play. Organized play is utilized as a key learning tool at Saint Andrews. At many schools today, youll be surprised by what is not taught. Saint Andrews however teaches all of the kinds of things you would expect and want for your child- no key areas have been abandoned

    A Solid Education Begins with a Great Preschool!

    Sat Saint Andrews. Your child will learn science, cooking, motor skills, math, art, reading readiness, and writing skills. Want to kick it up a notch? Saint Andrews offers a strong music and chapel program, both areas many SETX parents have identified as essential- and both harder and harder to find. Saint Andrews even has a robust computer skills program. If your little one isnt quite ready for the Day School, Saint An-drews also offers one of the regions top Mothers Day Out programs. Mothers Day Out offers moms (or dads!) enough time to run errands, clean house, exercise, or to get a little down time. Bottom line- St. Andrews helps children develop strong values and morals while providing a wonderful educational foundationall in a loving and nurturing environment. Learn more online www.saintandy.org. All Saints Episcopal School is another wonderful Southeast Texas institution. All Saints serves PK3, PK4, and Kindergarten through 8th Grade. The All Saints campus is very welcoming and comforting. It has something of an Ivy League feel with lots of old oak trees and a great deal of attractive green space. All Saints Episcopal is also remarkable for the dedication of the parent base. Parents are frequently seen on campus assisting with vari-ous tasks and are extremely active in planning fund raising and special initiatives and projects to make sure All Saints is always prepared for the next generation of academic excellence.You may be surprised to see that many of the kids arent carrying around a lot of textbooks. All Saints is probably the leader in South-east Texas for embracing new technology. 6th, 7th, and 8th graders have already transitioned to having their textbooks on the IPad2 rather than traditional hardcover books. The rest of the school wont be far behind. All Saints students will all be transitioned to the IPad2 by 2015. Not only does the online format offer many unique learning op-portunities over hard copies, it is also much better for children to not carry around so many heavy traditional textbooks. All Saints provides a wonderful foundation for children looking to attend the most challenging colleges and to tackle the most demanding careers. Learn more on their website: www.allsaints-beaumont.org

    setx mar13.indd 4 2/26/13 7:32 AM

  • outheast Texas parents are fortunate to live in an area with a number of wonderful schools and educational op-portunities for our children. This is a wonderful time to examine how satisfied

    you are with your childs current school. Are they learning? Is your child happy? Does your child look forward to going to school each morning and come home in a good mood? If so, they are probably al-ready in a wonderful environment and you can look forward to their return to the same school in the fall. If you dont feel your child is advancing academically at an appropriate rate or if youre concerned that they arent fitting in or enjoying the experience of being in school, it might be time for a change. This month, the Kids Directory has chosen two special schools to feature: St. Andrews Presbyterian Day School and All Saints Epis-copal School. St. Andrews Day School feels like an extension of a happy home. Walking through the halls, the childrens voices are happy and enthusiastic. The adult voices are nurturing and engaged. It is quickly apparent that youve discovered one of those mythical schools where both the children and the teachers are happy to be there. The environment is very safe and comfortable, which these days is a bless-ing for students and teachers alike. St. Andrews is focused on taking care of and educating younger children from 12 months to Pre-K 4s. The teachers are wonderful and love working with our Southeast Texas children. St. Andrews Day School was established in 1964 and their focus on values, principals, and nurturing children has helped them remain a dominate force in educating young children. St. Andrews is geared towards teaching children to learn independently and through discovery. One of their most important tools is play. Organized play is utilized as a key learning tool at Saint Andrews. At many schools today, youll be surprised by what is not taught. Saint Andrews however teaches all of the kinds of things you would expect and want for your child- no key areas have been abandoned

    A Solid Education Begins with a Great Preschool!

    Sat Saint Andrews. Your child will learn science, cooking, motor skills, math, art, reading readiness, and writing skills. Want to kick it up a notch? Saint Andrews offers a strong music and chapel program, both areas many SETX parents have identified as essential- and both harder and harder to find. Saint Andrews even has a robust computer skills program. If your little one isnt quite ready for the Day School, Saint An-drews also offers one of the regions top Mothers Day Out programs. Mothers Day Out offers moms (or dads!) enough time to run errands, clean house, exercise, or to get a little down time. Bottom line- St. Andrews helps children develop strong values and morals while providing a wonderful educational foundationall in a loving and nurturing environment. Learn more online www.saintandy.org. All Saints Episcopal School is another wonderful Southeast Texas institution. All Saints serves PK3, PK4, and Kindergarten through 8th Grade. The All Saints campus is very welcoming and comforting. It has something of an Ivy League feel with lots of old oak trees and a great deal of attractive green space. All Saints Episcopal is also remarkable for the dedication of the parent base. Parents are frequently seen on campus assisting with vari-ous tasks and are extremely active in planning fund raising and special initiatives and projects to make sure All Saints is always prepared for the next generation of academic excellence.You may be surprised to see that many of the kids arent carrying around a lot of textbooks. All Saints is probably the leader in South-east Texas for embracing new technology. 6th, 7th, and 8th graders have already transitioned to having their textbooks on the IPad2 rather than traditional hardcover books. The rest of the school wont be far behind. All Saints students will all be transitioned to the IPad2 by 2015. Not only does the online format offer many unique learning op-portunities over hard copies, it is also much better for children to not carry around so many heavy traditional textbooks. All Saints provides a wonderful foundation for children looking to attend the most challenging colleges and to tackle the most demanding careers. Learn more on their website: www.allsaints-beaumont.org

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    Sour Lake Ford has long been a key part of the Sour Lake Motor Co. Truckville team that includes Chevrolet, Dodge, Jeep, and Chrysler. Sour Lake Ford just opened a brand new dealership bringing them on the same side of Highway 105 as the other Sour Lake Motor Co. dealerships. The new dealership is clean, bright, friendly, and state of the art. When you fi rst walk through the door, you know this is the place to fi nd your new Ford.Sour Lake Motor Co. became a regional powerhouse in Southeast Texas by providing the right vehicles at the right price with the right service. The dealerships have a reputa-tion for big city pricing, small town service, and low pressure sales. Sour Lake Motor Co. has also benefi tted by offering the top brands- Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, Jeep, and Chrysler. People come from all over Port Arthur, Orange, Silsbee, Jasper, Winnie, Cleveland, and beyond to compare the top cars on their list side by side and to get the valuable opinions of the Sour Lake Motors team. When people buy a car from Sour Lake Motors Co. they know they are getting the right vehicle from a company that is proud to stand behind their great American line of vehicles. In Texas, Sour Lake Motor Co. has been known far and wide as Truckville. Southeast Texas is certainly truck country, and no dealership takes more pride in putting

    customers in exactly the right truck. Custom-ers come in and tell the Truckville team what their needs are, I need to be able to pull a fi ve horse aluminum trailer with living quarters along the rodeo circuit. Searing heat, freezing cold, mountains, big cities, and I dont ever want to break down in the middle of no-where. I am married with four kids. I want to be able to use one truck for my commuting vehicle with the kids, to pull my boat, and to carry everything I need to add an apartment over my garage. Whatever you need, the Truckville team will help you fi nd the right truck- and to get the best price. Sour Lake Motor Co. is great with trucks, but they have all the popular cars, vans, and SUVs from Ford, Chevy, Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep. Whether youre looking for the four door Wrangler, the Mustang Cobra, the Camaro, or the brand new Dodge Dart, Sour Lake Motor Co. will take wonderful care of you. Heres a fun exercise look around your house and see how many items were Made in the USA. It is getting harder and harder to buy American Made when youre looking for things to go in your home. It is still easy to buy American Made when youre looking for something for your garage- Sour Lake Motors is just 15 minutes from Parkdale Mall and their lots are packed full of American made vehicles. One is just right for you!

    www.TruckvilleTexas.com 1-888-209-5723

    Congratulations to the All New Sour Lake Ford!

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  • Sour Lake Ford has long been a key part of the Sour Lake Motor Co. Truckville team that includes Chevrolet, Dodge, Jeep, and Chrysler. Sour Lake Ford just opened a brand new dealership bringing them on the same side of Highway 105 as the other Sour Lake Motor Co. dealerships. The new dealership is clean, bright, friendly, and state of the art. When you fi rst walk through the door, you know this is the place to fi nd your new Ford.Sour Lake Motor Co. became a regional powerhouse in Southeast Texas by providing the right vehicles at the right price with the right service. The dealerships have a reputa-tion for big city pricing, small town service, and low pressure sales. Sour Lake Motor Co. has also benefi tted by offering the top brands- Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, Jeep, and Chrysler. People come from all over Port Arthur, Orange, Silsbee, Jasper, Winnie, Cleveland, and beyond to compare the top cars on their list side by side and to get the valuable opinions of the Sour Lake Motors team. When people buy a car from Sour Lake Motors Co. they know they are getting the right vehicle from a company that is proud to stand behind their great American line of vehicles. In Texas, Sour Lake Motor Co. has been known far and wide as Truckville. Southeast Texas is certainly truck country, and no dealership takes more pride in putting

    customers in exactly the right truck. Custom-ers come in and tell the Truckville team what their needs are, I need to be able to pull a fi ve horse aluminum trailer with living quarters along the rodeo circuit. Searing heat, freezing cold, mountains, big cities, and I dont ever want to break down in the middle of no-where. I am married with four kids. I want to be able to use one truck for my commuting vehicle with the kids, to pull my boat, and to carry everything I need to add an apartment over my garage. Whatever you need, the Truckville team will help you fi nd the right truck- and to get the best price. Sour Lake Motor Co. is great with trucks, but they have all the popular cars, vans, and SUVs from Ford, Chevy, Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep. Whether youre looking for the four door Wrangler, the Mustang Cobra, the Camaro, or the brand new Dodge Dart, Sour Lake Motor Co. will take wonderful care of you. Heres a fun exercise look around your house and see how many items were Made in the USA. It is getting harder and harder to buy American Made when youre looking for things to go in your home. It is still easy to buy American Made when youre looking for something for your garage- Sour Lake Motors is just 15 minutes from Parkdale Mall and their lots are packed full of American made vehicles. One is just right for you!

    www.TruckvilleTexas.com 1-888-209-5723

    Congratulations to the All New Sour Lake Ford!

    setx mar13.indd 7 2/26/13 7:33 AM

  • M A R C HMarch 2 March 23The Next Generation: K-12 Clay in Southeast Texas at the Beaumont Art LeagueRecurring daily at 2675 Gulf Street. Beaumont, TX 77703409-833-4179 www.beaumontartleague.orgOpening reception March 2 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Many public and private school educators in this region o er their students an opportunity to begin investigating ceramics as they learn about art in 3D. Most emphasis is placed on hand building and electric rings. Even fewer high school students have the opportunity to create works of art in clay, but ceramic objects are entered each year into competitions for high school seniors of this region. See some of the most promising in this special show-case event.

    March 2 March 3Southeast Texas Baseball Academy March Madness TournamentRecurring daily at Ford Fields 5115 Interstate 10 South in BeaumontPhone: 409-842-3900 www.setexasbaseballacademy.comIts baseball and softball tournament time across Southeast Texas. Ford Park will be jam packed. If you have a young one whod like to play or watch a great game, there will be plenty of opportunities. Watch this website for tournament dates.

    CALENDAR OF EVENTS

    March 3Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs5:00 pm, $5 - $15 at Julie Rogers Theatre765 Pearl & Forsythe in Beaumont www.beaumontcivicballet.netBallet is one of the worlds premier art forms. So many young women in Southeast Texas are involved in ballet, but there are so few opportunities to locally see ballet with an appeal to children. This is a wonderful opportunity- everyone in your family knows the story of Snow White which will make ballet more digestible for your boys- and your husband. The price is right, and it is early on a Sunday evening, so youll be home in plenty of time to get ready for the school week. Enjoy!

    March 7First Thursdays on Calder AveRecurring monthly 5:00 - 9:00 pm Calder Avenue in BeaumontRemember when Texas towns had a vibrant center full of fun and great shopping op-portunities? Calder Ave is bringing that feeling back for Beaumont. The rst Thursday of the month is a great time to check out the great vibe. A cool, unique, very down-town monthly event! Join us for dinner, drinks, live music and shopping. Sidewalk vendors with clothing, jewelry and hats, art and photography, recycled & handmade stu .

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  • M A R C HMarch 2 March 23The Next Generation: K-12 Clay in Southeast Texas at the Beaumont Art LeagueRecurring daily at 2675 Gulf Street. Beaumont, TX 77703409-833-4179 www.beaumontartleague.orgOpening reception March 2 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Many public and private school educators in this region o er their students an opportunity to begin investigating ceramics as they learn about art in 3D. Most emphasis is placed on hand building and electric rings. Even fewer high school students have the opportunity to create works of art in clay, but ceramic objects are entered each year into competitions for high school seniors of this region. See some of the most promising in this special show-case event.

    March 2 March 3Southeast Texas Baseball Academy March Madness TournamentRecurring daily at Ford Fields 5115 Interstate 10 South in BeaumontPhone: 409-842-3900 www.setexasbaseballacademy.comIts baseball and softball tournament time across Southeast Texas. Ford Park will be jam packed. If you have a young one whod like to play or watch a great game, there will be plenty of opportunities. Watch this website for tournament dates.

    CALENDAR OF EVENTS

    March 3Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs5:00 pm, $5 - $15 at Julie Rogers Theatre765 Pearl & Forsythe in Beaumont www.beaumontcivicballet.netBallet is one of the worlds premier art forms. So many young women in Southeast Texas are involved in ballet, but there are so few opportunities to locally see ballet with an appeal to children. This is a wonderful opportunity- everyone in your family knows the story of Snow White which will make ballet more digestible for your boys- and your husband. The price is right, and it is early on a Sunday evening, so youll be home in plenty of time to get ready for the school week. Enjoy!

    March 7First Thursdays on Calder AveRecurring monthly 5:00 - 9:00 pm Calder Avenue in BeaumontRemember when Texas towns had a vibrant center full of fun and great shopping op-portunities? Calder Ave is bringing that feeling back for Beaumont. The rst Thursday of the month is a great time to check out the great vibe. A cool, unique, very down-town monthly event! Join us for dinner, drinks, live music and shopping. Sidewalk vendors with clothing, jewelry and hats, art and photography, recycled & handmade stu .

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  • March 8ImaginOcean at the Lutcher Theater9:30 am & 11:30 am, $4 at Lutcher Theater, 707 Main in Orange 409-886-5535 www.lutcher.orgA one-of-a-kind live black-light puppet show, John Tartaglias ImaginOcean is a magical undersea adventure for kids of all ages. Tank, Bubbles and Dorsel are three best friends who just happen to be sh, and theyre about to set out on a remarkable journey of discovery that all starts with a treasure map. As they swim o in search of clues, theyll sing, theyll dance, and theyll make new friends, including everyone in the audience. These contemporary puppet shows have been made popular by Amer-icas Got Talent which has featured a number and developed a following for them nationwide. This is a chance to let your family experience some real next generation entertainment- at a very family friendly price.

    March 14Beaumont Breast Feeding Coalition Monthly Meeting10 am at Theodore R Johns library, 4255 Fannett Rd. Beaumont, TXAre you breastfeeding and looking for a little support and or camaraderie? Come network with other breastfeeding mothers and there will be a fun door prize.

    CALENDAR OF EVENTS CONTINUEDMarch 21MINDS on MOMS Essential Oils Class6-9 pm at 1203 Nederland Ave in Nederland(409) 344-0368 [email protected] hear how you can be Dr. Mom for your family using essential oils for rst aid, birth, infants, and children. Essential Oils can help you and your family live happier, healthier, more productive lives.

    March 22 March 23Cinderella, The BalletFriday, 7:30 pm Saturday, 6:00 pm at Julie Rogers TheatrePatron Adult, $20 Patron Child, $10 General Adult, $10 General Child, $5765 Pearl & Forsythe in Beaumont, 409-899-0169 In Beaumont, it can be feast or famine for ballet lovers. Fortunately, this March is a feast month. Enjoy the classic ballet Cinderella performed by the talented members of Beaumont Ballet Theatre, under the artistic direction of Bonnie Cokinos. This is a great chance to reinforce your daughters love for dance- and the familiar storyline makes it a great opportunity to get your husband and sons to the ballet as well. Enjoy a wonderful family night of art, culture, and fun.

    March 23 March 24Future Stars Over Texas: Texas Open Girls SoftballBeaumont Athletic Complex, 950 Langham Road in Beaumont 409-753-3907 www.starsovertxsoftball.com

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  • March 8ImaginOcean at the Lutcher Theater9:30 am & 11:30 am, $4 at Lutcher Theater, 707 Main in Orange 409-886-5535 www.lutcher.orgA one-of-a-kind live black-light puppet show, John Tartaglias ImaginOcean is a magical undersea adventure for kids of all ages. Tank, Bubbles and Dorsel are three best friends who just happen to be sh, and theyre about to set out on a remarkable journey of discovery that all starts with a treasure map. As they swim o in search of clues, theyll sing, theyll dance, and theyll make new friends, including everyone in the audience. These contemporary puppet shows have been made popular by Amer-icas Got Talent which has featured a number and developed a following for them nationwide. This is a chance to let your family experience some real next generation entertainment- at a very family friendly price.

    March 14Beaumont Breast Feeding Coalition Monthly Meeting10 am at Theodore R Johns library, 4255 Fannett Rd. Beaumont, TXAre you breastfeeding and looking for a little support and or camaraderie? Come network with other breastfeeding mothers and there will be a fun door prize.

    CALENDAR OF EVENTS CONTINUEDMarch 21MINDS on MOMS Essential Oils Class6-9 pm at 1203 Nederland Ave in Nederland(409) 344-0368 [email protected] hear how you can be Dr. Mom for your family using essential oils for rst aid, birth, infants, and children. Essential Oils can help you and your family live happier, healthier, more productive lives.

    March 22 March 23Cinderella, The BalletFriday, 7:30 pm Saturday, 6:00 pm at Julie Rogers TheatrePatron Adult, $20 Patron Child, $10 General Adult, $10 General Child, $5765 Pearl & Forsythe in Beaumont, 409-899-0169 In Beaumont, it can be feast or famine for ballet lovers. Fortunately, this March is a feast month. Enjoy the classic ballet Cinderella performed by the talented members of Beaumont Ballet Theatre, under the artistic direction of Bonnie Cokinos. This is a great chance to reinforce your daughters love for dance- and the familiar storyline makes it a great opportunity to get your husband and sons to the ballet as well. Enjoy a wonderful family night of art, culture, and fun.

    March 23 March 24Future Stars Over Texas: Texas Open Girls SoftballBeaumont Athletic Complex, 950 Langham Road in Beaumont 409-753-3907 www.starsovertxsoftball.com

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  • CALENDAR OF EVENTS CONTINUED

    March 25Garth House 10th Annual Fore the Children Golf Classic, $300 / 4 person teamTournament at Brentwood Country Club, 4201 S. Major Dr. in Beaumont409-838-9084, www.garthhouse.org/index.asp?page=golfCalling all golfers! Heres a great way to do what you love while supporting the children of Southeast Texas who are most in need. Garth House is holding its 10th annual golf classic on Monday, March 25th, 2013. You and your family, friends, or co-workers can put together a 4 person team and spend the morning or afternoon (your choice) gol ng at Brentwood Country Club. Contact Kim Hanks at Garth House for more information or to register your team. Morning and afternoon spots currently available. The Garth House provides a safe environment for children to tell their sto-ries and to get the help they need.

    March 28 March 30Last Days of Christ Outdoor Passion DramaRecurring daily 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Free admission at Legacy Christian Academy 8200 Highway 105 - West of Major Drive in Beaumont(409) 466-2614 www.lastdaysofchrist.comThe Last Days of Christ will come alive with more than 500 actors and workers por-traying some of the most dramatic scenes from the last days of Christ. Well take you back in time as you enter through the city gates of Jerusalem. See Roman soldiers on horseback, walk down the city streets through the market place and view drama play-ers reenacting the scenes from the nal days of Christ. My family and I attended last year and it was a wonderful event appropriate for all ages.

    March 30Free Tours of the McFaddin-Ward HouseTours start at 10:00 am and 1:30 pm, Free admissionMcFaddin-Ward House, 1906 Calder at Third Street in Beaumont409-832-2134 www.mcfaddin-ward.org Every parent wants their children to have an understanding of and appreciation for how life used to be. Beaumonts McFaddin Ward House gives children an opportunity to get beyond the printed page or tv screen and to get up close and personal with his-tory. Start at the visitor center at 1906 Calder Avenue for free tours of the McFaddin-Ward House Museum. Our junior docents will o er tours beginning at 10 a.m.

    March 30 Gator Country Gator Egg Hunt2:00 pm, Adults, $10. Children, $8.Gator Country Adventure Park, 21559 FM 365 between Beaumont & Winnie(409) 794-9453 www.gatorrescue.com Your kids deserve something di erent this year- and this is not your average Easter Egg hunt! Enjoy a Gator Egg Hunt, Gator Country style. There will be great prizes and much more. Gator Country is one of Southeast Texas true unique treasures. If you havent discovered Gator Country yet, this is a great opportunity.

    We carry Newborn to Juniors, Womens and Maternity.

    6025 Phelan Suite D

    347-1093

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  • CALENDAR OF EVENTS CONTINUED

    March 25Garth House 10th Annual Fore the Children Golf Classic, $300 / 4 person teamTournament at Brentwood Country Club, 4201 S. Major Dr. in Beaumont409-838-9084, www.garthhouse.org/index.asp?page=golfCalling all golfers! Heres a great way to do what you love while supporting the children of Southeast Texas who are most in need. Garth House is holding its 10th annual golf classic on Monday, March 25th, 2013. You and your family, friends, or co-workers can put together a 4 person team and spend the morning or afternoon (your choice) gol ng at Brentwood Country Club. Contact Kim Hanks at Garth House for more information or to register your team. Morning and afternoon spots currently available. The Garth House provides a safe environment for children to tell their sto-ries and to get the help they need.

    March 28 March 30Last Days of Christ Outdoor Passion DramaRecurring daily 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Free admission at Legacy Christian Academy 8200 Highway 105 - West of Major Drive in Beaumont(409) 466-2614 www.lastdaysofchrist.comThe Last Days of Christ will come alive with more than 500 actors and workers por-traying some of the most dramatic scenes from the last days of Christ. Well take you back in time as you enter through the city gates of Jerusalem. See Roman soldiers on horseback, walk down the city streets through the market place and view drama play-ers reenacting the scenes from the nal days of Christ. My family and I attended last year and it was a wonderful event appropriate for all ages.

    March 30Free Tours of the McFaddin-Ward HouseTours start at 10:00 am and 1:30 pm, Free admissionMcFaddin-Ward House, 1906 Calder at Third Street in Beaumont409-832-2134 www.mcfaddin-ward.org Every parent wants their children to have an understanding of and appreciation for how life used to be. Beaumonts McFaddin Ward House gives children an opportunity to get beyond the printed page or tv screen and to get up close and personal with his-tory. Start at the visitor center at 1906 Calder Avenue for free tours of the McFaddin-Ward House Museum. Our junior docents will o er tours beginning at 10 a.m.

    March 30 Gator Country Gator Egg Hunt2:00 pm, Adults, $10. Children, $8.Gator Country Adventure Park, 21559 FM 365 between Beaumont & Winnie(409) 794-9453 www.gatorrescue.com Your kids deserve something di erent this year- and this is not your average Easter Egg hunt! Enjoy a Gator Egg Hunt, Gator Country style. There will be great prizes and much more. Gator Country is one of Southeast Texas true unique treasures. If you havent discovered Gator Country yet, this is a great opportunity.

    We carry Newborn to Juniors, Womens and Maternity.

    6025 Phelan Suite D

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  • CiCis Pizza 5882 Eastex FreewayBeaumont, TX 77708 (409) 892-6866Kids 3 and under eat free all day with the purchase of an adult meal.Golden CorralPhone: 409-842-24412190 I-10 SouthBeaumont, Texas 77705DEAL: Kids 3 and under eat free from the bu et with the purchase of an adult meal, 11am to 1:30pm

    TUESDAY The Black-eyed PeaPhone: 409-866-26176455 PhelanBeaumont, Texas 77706DEAL: Tuesday 5pm-close, one FREE kids meal for each adult entree purchased.Pizza Hut (3 Locations:)3820 College StreetBeaumont, TX 77701(409) 832-8400112 South Main StreetBeaumont, TX 77657(409)755-7740175 South Dowlen RoadBeaumont, TX 77707(409) 860-5100DEAL: Kids 12 & under, 1 kids bu et meal with the purchase of an adult meal, after 6pm.

    WEDNESDAYBuffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar3939 Dowlen RoadBeaumont, TX 77706DEAL: $1.99 Kids Meal with the purchase of an adult meal.

    Lubys CafeteriaPhone: 409-962-02614840 Highway 73Port Arthur, Texas 77642Kids Meal Special(s) Available on:DEAL: after 4:30 pm. $2 kids meal with purchase of adult meal. Dine-in only.

    SATURDAYLubys CafeteriaPhone: 409-962-02614840 Highway 73Port Arthur, Texas 77642DEAL: kids eat FREE with purchase of adult meal.

    SUNDAYChula Vista Mexican Restaurant1135 North 11th StreetBeaumont, TX 77702(409) 898-8855DEAL: $1.99 Kids Meal, Dine-in only.

    GoodfellasPhone: 409-861-25003350 Dowlen RoadBeaumont , Texas 77706DEAL: Sunday Family Brunch beginning at 10:30AM: one FREE kids meal per adult entree purchase!

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    Grand Buffet2250 Hwy 365Nederland, TX 77627(409) 722-6668DEAL: Kids 2 and under eat free all day with the purchase of an adult meal.Pizza Hut (3 Locations:)3820 College StreetBeaumont, TX 77701(409) 832-8400175 South Dowlen RoadBeaumont, TX 77707(409) 860-51005655 Eastex FreewayBeaumont, TX 77706(409) 892-7600DEAL: Kids 3 and under eat free at the bu et from 11:00am-1:30pm.

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    CiCis Pizza 5882 Eastex FreewayBeaumont, TX 77708 (409) 892-6866Kids 3 and under eat free all day with the purchase of an adult meal.Golden CorralPhone: 409-842-24412190 I-10 SouthBeaumont, Texas 77705DEAL: Kids 3 and under eat free from the bu et with the purchase of an adult meal, 11am to 1:30pm

    TUESDAY The Black-eyed PeaPhone: 409-866-26176455 PhelanBeaumont, Texas 77706DEAL: Tuesday 5pm-close, one FREE kids meal for each adult entree purchased.Pizza Hut (3 Locations:)3820 College StreetBeaumont, TX 77701(409) 832-8400112 South Main StreetBeaumont, TX 77657(409)755-7740175 South Dowlen RoadBeaumont, TX 77707(409) 860-5100DEAL: Kids 12 & under, 1 kids bu et meal with the purchase of an adult meal, after 6pm.

    WEDNESDAYBuffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar3939 Dowlen RoadBeaumont, TX 77706DEAL: $1.99 Kids Meal with the purchase of an adult meal.

    Lubys CafeteriaPhone: 409-962-02614840 Highway 73Port Arthur, Texas 77642Kids Meal Special(s) Available on:DEAL: after 4:30 pm. $2 kids meal with purchase of adult meal. Dine-in only.

    SATURDAYLubys CafeteriaPhone: 409-962-02614840 Highway 73Port Arthur, Texas 77642DEAL: kids eat FREE with purchase of adult meal.

    SUNDAYChula Vista Mexican Restaurant1135 North 11th StreetBeaumont, TX 77702(409) 898-8855DEAL: $1.99 Kids Meal, Dine-in only.

    GoodfellasPhone: 409-861-25003350 Dowlen RoadBeaumont , Texas 77706DEAL: Sunday Family Brunch beginning at 10:30AM: one FREE kids meal per adult entree purchase!

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    Grand Buffet2250 Hwy 365Nederland, TX 77627(409) 722-6668DEAL: Kids 2 and under eat free all day with the purchase of an adult meal.Pizza Hut (3 Locations:)3820 College StreetBeaumont, TX 77701(409) 832-8400175 South Dowlen RoadBeaumont, TX 77707(409) 860-51005655 Eastex FreewayBeaumont, TX 77706(409) 892-7600DEAL: Kids 3 and under eat free at the bu et from 11:00am-1:30pm.

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