Youth sports are expensive. Between sign-up fees, gear fees and the money it takes carting kids to and from practice or games, it's no wonder kids quit playing sports before their teenage...
After months in quarantine, families are invited back to the YMCA — and the beloved day camps have made their return. Here's what you need to know about this summer's day camp offerings.
Summer camps — both day and overnight — are back on in Michigan. Here, we offer some expert information on what summer camps will look like in 2020.
With summer approaching, families of small kids and teenagers should keep safe swim practices in mind. These lake and pool safety tips can help.
The Aspen Institute's Health, Medicine & Society Program partnered with its Sports & Society Program to develop a risk assessment to help athletes, coaches and parents get back into sports after stay-at-home restrictions are lifted.
15-year-old Brian Rice II, who goes by the nickname Flyinbrian, has his sights set on being the first African American snowboarder in the Olympics.
From arts and crafts to animals on the farm, kids as young as age 3 can experience all the fun and enrichment opportunities that summer camp has to offer.
Through an initiative called Project Play, the Aspen Institute and its partners are working to boost the numbers of kids engaged in healthy, active sports and play. We share their parent tips for reimagining kid-focused play.