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By The Weekly Staff | March 10, 2017 | Feature Photo, Features

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Beautiful Spring European Destinations:
1. Paleokastritsa, Corfu
2. Copenhagen, Denmark
3. Genoa, Italy
4. Blekinge, Sweden
5. Warsaw, Poland
6. Salcombe, England
7. Lisbon, Portugal
8. Bremen, Germany
9. Zagreb, Croatia
10. Edinburgh, Scotland
11. Kotor, Montenegro
12. Valetta, Malta
13. Llubljana, Slovenia

April 22, 2017
Earth day marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970.

How to Create Your Own Teacup Bird Feeder:
What You Need:
Thrift store teacup and saucer
E6000 Glue
Twine

Get the Most Out of Your Garden: Your Early Spring Planting Guide:
The most important thing to do at this stage (aside from planting!) is using mulch to cover the garden.

Spring Bucket List:
Dye Easter Eggs
Visit a Farmer’s Market
Fly a Kite
Go for a Bike Ride
Grill Out
Watch the Sunset
Have a Picnic in the Park
Feed Some Ducks

23 Things to Toss Out in the Next 23 Days:
1. Wrapping paper scraps
2. Out of date magazines
3. Old receipts you don’t need
4. Worn out hair ties
5. Old CDs
6. Mismatched socks
7. Old cell phone covers
8. Candles that have burned out
9. Jeans that don’t fit just right
10. Old pillows
11. Worn out sheets
12. Product samples
13. Old gift cards
14. Expired coupons
15. Empty jars or storage containers
16. Expired medications
17. Ragged t-shirts
18. Belts you don’t wear
19. Expired spices
20. Stained towels
21. Christmas lights that don’t work
22. Old phones
23. Expired cleaning products

How to Make a Springtime Cupcake in a Jar:
1. Start by adding a layer of blue cake pieces on the bottom of the Mason Jar.
2. Add a layer of buttercream frosting
Keep adding layers of cake and frosting – we added purple cake, then yellow cake and put the pink cake on the top.
3. Swirl some buttercream frosting on top for the final layer.
Top our Springtime Cupcake in a Jar with some homemade sprinkles that match the colors of your cake!
4. Enjoy!

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