Maternity Fair


Are you pregnant? Did you recently have a baby? Do you know anyone who fits one of these categories? Send them to the Maternity Fair at the Hospital on Thursday, March 27 – 5:00-6:30 pm. There will be lots of great information on childcare, local resources and lots of FREE STUFF! We love that! We will have Kindermusik summer schedules available as well as information on Discovery Toys.

This is part of Women’s Awareness Week at the hospital. For other activities click here.

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Oxford Area Easter Egg Hunts


The wildly popular Oxford Park Commission’s annual Easter Egg Hunt has been moved due to the construction at Pat Lamar Park. It will take place Saturday at the soccer/softball fields on McElroy Dr. this year. For those of you who have not yet participated in soccer and have no idea where this is – just next to the post office. The egg hunt is for children 10 and under and will begin at 9 am. 5000 eggs will be ready and waiting. In case of bad weather the egg hunt will be rescheduled.

Friday morning at 10 am the library is having their egg hunt.

Friday at 1 pm you can find another one at Azalea Gardens at 100 at Azalea Drive.

Wall Doxey State Park on Hwy 7 near Holy Springs will have an egg hunt on Sunday. Registration begins at 12:30. The egg hunt is just part of a full day of Easter activities at the park.

Couple try to name baby “@”


A CHINESE couple tried to name their baby “@”, claiming the character used in e-mail addresses echoed their love for the child, an official trying to whip the national language into line said on Thursday.

The unusual name stands out especially in Chinese, which has no alphabet and instead uses tens of thousands of multi-stroke characters to represent words.

“The whole world uses it to write e-mail, and translated into Chinese it means ‘love him’,” the father explained, according to the deputy chief of the State Language Commission Li Yuming.

While the “@” simple is familiar to Chinese e-mail users, they often use the English word “at” to sound it out — which with a drawn out “T” sounds something like “ai ta”, or “love him”, to Mandarin speakers.

Read the full story here.