A drive-through holiday festival, how to help your teenager make decisions about their education during the pandemic, some out-of-this-world photos of ordinary things, and a gorgeous map of the earth’s circulatory system. This week’s Good News.
In need of a good dose of holiday cheer? This magical drive-through festival is just the ticket. Take your family on a whimsical outdoor journey to help Santa Claus get back to the north pole – all from the safety and comfort of your own vehicle. Make sure to book a reservation in advance!
Is your teenager concerned about transitioning to post-secondary education during a pandemic? This online event from Challenge Factory is designed to give parents strategies they can use to help their kids make informed decisions about their education and future careers during COVID-19. It takes place on December 1st – get your ticket here.
Did you know that there’s a whole other world in the grass beneath your feet? Check out the top 100 photos from this year’s close-up photography contest for a totally new perspective on the small things in life. Who knew a glassworm could look so surreal?
And now that you have a new angle on the little things, here’s something to help you zoom out and appreciate the big picture: these gorgeous maps of the world’s watersheds will show you just how connected we all really are.
Awww of the week: this video of a veterinarian nursing a rescue dog back to health will melt your heart.
See you next week!
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