The kids are out of school and the days are longer. Are you in need of things to keep them occupied and entertained without breaking the bank? A good place to start is this site. Need more ideas, keep clicking:
The Rome Floyd Library is one of the best free places to explore with plenty of kid friendly activities. Kindermusik will be doing a special show on June 19 at 11 a.m. Did I mention it's FREE?
Shop local every Friday through September at Rome Grown, Rome Made. Fresh produce, jams and jellies at the Rome Visitor Center.
An organic scavenger hunt activity is Free Art Friday. Check them out on Facebook, and it's not just on Friday.
Learn about the Cherokee culture of Northwest Georgia at the Chieftain's Museum this Saturday, June 17.
Rome Little Theater has one more weekend of Jungle Book. This is a short version just right for kids. The show is only about 40 minutes and features many children on stage for the first time!
Want to cool off? Go to the Town Green and play in the fountains.
Looking for a playground? Ridge Ferry is shady, has picnic tables and is a great place to meet friends for a play date. There are also some upcoming outdoor movies at Ridge Ferry.
Have you heard about The Rock Garden in Calhoun? This is a short drive and the perfect place to explore and take a picnic.
Christmas in July is the place to start your shopping early.
For all your local activities go to Venue Dog.