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Events

3 Ways to Say Thank You to Dad

June 14, 2013

This Sunday is Father’s Day, and whether they are the father of your children, your own father, grandfather, or someone who has always been there for you, we wanted to
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Happy Memorial Day

May 27, 2013

Whether you BBQ for Memorial day, go to the beach or relax at a baseball game, we hope you have a wonderful time with your family and friends. We also want to thank all of our Veterans and those who currently serve our country.

Walking to Raise Autism Awareness

May 17, 2013

This weekend one of our Kolcraft parents will be participating in the Chicago Walk Now for Autism Speaks with his son, Alex. It isn’t Autism Awareness Day, week or even
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Mother’s Day

May 12, 2013

Happy Mother’s Day to all you wonderful moms! We hope your day is filled with laughter, love and joy that lasts all year!

Celebrating Mothers Day: Mom to Mom

May 7, 2013

Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate. It is also an opportunity to celebrate other moms. As mothers, we understand the experiences of other moms.

Kolcraft Cares For KIDS Week Raises Funds To Help KIDS

May 2, 2013

Hockey shoot outs, bake sales, pancake breakfasts and a silent auction were just a few of the events that took place during Kolcraft’s Annual KIDS week. During KIDS week, Kolcraft employees pull together via teams to raise money to benefit Kids In Distressed Situations. It’s a week of food, fun and festivities as the Kolcraft family reaches into the heart of who we are as a company – a place where children and family are cherished. We were thrilled to have raised over $5,000 for KIDS.

National Screen Free Week

April 30, 2013

This week is national Screen Free Week which we think is a fabulous idea. For many of us, media time has become part of our daily family living whether it’s computers, smartphones, DVDs, the Cloud or whatever is at our virtual fingertips. Let’s face it, sometimes screen time can calm down a restless toddler at a doctor’s office, can distract kids on long trips or can even be a learning tool. However, there is something to say for turning off the screen – no matter what size – and playing outside, using imagination for play, reading a book together even as a family or having family game time.