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Jenga! A popular game at the meadery

A popular game at the meadery

Rally's most popular game of choice  Image copyright of Don Cudney

Rally's most popular game of choice Image copyright of Don Cudney

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The classic games Four In A Row, Hopscotch and Tic-Tac-Toe are composed of pliable but sturdy EVA foam, making them water resistant and easy to clean. Large pieces make these Giant Popular Games ideal for playing outdoors.

Enjoyed Internationally, Canasta is a double deck game popular with either one on one or team players. Originated in Uruguay in the 1940s, Canasta remains a favorite pastime in America and abroad. Deal out this popular classic at your next gathering. Point values printed on each card!  $7.99  http://calendars.com/Card-Games/Canasta-Card-Game/prod1069001/?categoryId=cat430010=cat430010#

Canasta Card Game

Enjoyed Internationally, Canasta is a double deck game popular with either one on one or team players. Originated in Uruguay in the Canasta remains a favorite pastime in America and abroad. Deal out this popular classic at your next gathering.

Laminate a set of flash cards, put a binder ring around them, and toss them in your purse with a dry erase marker to entertain little ones - WHY did I never think of this?! :)

Laminate a set of flash cards, put a binder ring around them, and toss them in your purse with a dry erase marker to entertain little ones. I don't know about the dry erase part but LOVE the binder ring!

Love for mead!

Love for mead!

Celina & Sue

Celina & Sue

Emily brings the holiday flair to our honey bears

Emily brings the holiday flair to our honey bears

Neat party favors for kids that may come? Heat the oven to 250 degrees.  Using a mini-muffin pan, fill each mold with assorted colors of crayon pieces (paper removed) and bake until the crayons melt, about 10 to 15 minutes. (Tip: Place a sheet pan under the crayons to catch any drips). Once they’re cool, remove the crayons from the pan and smooth any rough edges by rubbing them on a knife.

Good idea for left-over broken crayons! Make your own crayons. Directions: Heat the oven to 250 degrees. Using a mini-muffin pan, fill each mold with assorted colors of crayon pieces (paper removed) and bake until the crayons melt, about 10 to 15 minutes.

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