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10 Things to do This Weekend in Phoenix: Family Edition

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Sidewalk Chalk

Is it just us or did March fly by? Finish the month on a high note and enjoy one last weekend of family-friendly fun before April makes its debut. These are our top picks for March 27 to March 29.

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10 Things to Do This Weekend in Phoenix: Family Edition

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Get amped up for an eclectic weekend full of festivals, sports and other unique events. You’ll be spending a lot of time out and about, but we have a feeling the lack of downtime will be a welcome break from the monotony of the school week. Read on for our top picks for March 20 through March 22.

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10 Things to Do This Weekend in Phoenix: Family Edition

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Art? Music? Sports? Culture? Whatever you and the rest of the gang are looking for, you won’t be disappointed. Check out what the Valley has to offer the weekend of Mar. 13 to 15.

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10 Things to Do This Weekend in Phoenix: Family Edition

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Aloha Festival

Wondering how March managed to sneak up so suddenly? Us too. Slow down, relax and treat the little ones (and yourself) to three solid days of family-friendly fun. Here are our top picks for the weekend of Mar. 6 to Mar. 8.

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Keeping Outdoor Playtime Fun: Avoiding Toy-Related Injuries

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By Penny Bowen, M.D., EVDI Medical Imaging

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With the Arizona springtime on the horizon, more and more kids are taking their playtime outside. Everywhere you look kids are riding their bicycles, scooters or skateboards and enjoying the beautiful weather. Unfortunately, this is also prime time for falls, tumbles and slips. Did you know toy-related injuries are on the rise, and ride-on toys result in the highest number of toy-related injuries among kids?

According to a recent study by the Clinical Pediatrics, ER visits resulting from toy-related injuries increased 40 percent from 1990 to 2011...

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