As the temperatures get warmer, the possibilities for summer fun also start to heat up. Our article on Lehigh Valley explores the outdoor recreation options at Dorney Park, Dutch Springs, Lost River Caverns, and along the Lehigh River. There’s also plenty of fun to be found at nearby drive-in theaters, museums, and festivals for everyone from music fans to hot rod enthusiasts.

If you’re looking for a mellower outdoor adventure, you may be interested in our article on family fishing fun. Fishing is a great way for adults and kids alike to connect with nature while learning a hobby that can be enjoyed for a lifetime. It’s also an activity the whole family can participate in together without blowing a hole in the family budget. Perhaps most importantly, fishing grabs and holds most kids’ attention long enough to give them a much-needed break from their electronic gadgets.

For urban explorers, now is a good time to visit Pittsburgh. It’s always been a friendly city, but VisitPITTSBURGH’s new marketing campaign is helping more people discover the city’s welcoming spirit. Featuring the tagline “Pull Up a Chair. You are Welcomed Here…” the initiative is built around the simple idea of offering someone a chair to sit in. You’ll see creative chair photos related to the theme around town as well as fun posts on social media.

After all the daytime fun, why not finish off the fun with a family movie night? Our article offers suggestions for movies that help bridge generation gaps. Classic movies like Lady and the Tramp and Raiders of the Lost Ark cover universal themes that movie fans of all ages can relate to.

For some, the summer season is a good time to step back and think about ways to live a healthier life. Actress Mandy Moore offers her tips on keeping things in balance, including maintaining good nutrition, meditating, enjoying nature, and just unplugging from everything for a while.

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