Category: Culture

Halloween Haunt- Safetyville, USA

            PeopleFinders.com is proud to once again be a sponsor for Safetyville USA’s Halloween Haunt in Sacramento, CA! Safetyville focuses year-round on helping children in Preschool through 3rd grade learn about safety, health, and fitness with interactive tours. During these tours children can learn important lessons about things like stranger Read More…

Make Your Own Summer Blockbuster

It happens every summer. Big movies with action, intrigue and excitement dominate cinemas across the country. There’s nothing quite like joining a group of people and experiencing a summertime film together. You’re whisked away to another world and introduced to an assortment of fun characters. If the movie is done well, you don’t even realize Read More…

Celebrate Birth Mother’s Day On PeopleFinders

Like its name suggests, Mother’s Day is the day when mothers are celebrated in many cultures around the world. The day falls on a Sunday, usually in the Spring, and is the complement to Father’s Day, which is held later in the year. Unfortunately, there is a group of women who are mothers, but are Read More…

Celebrate Universal Family Week

Did you know that May 9th – 15th is Universal Family Week? It’s the time of year to reflect on the importance of family by reaching out to relatives near and far. Everyone knows that it’s important to spend time with family, both immediate and extended. What could be better than good ol’ fashioned family Read More…

Popular Baby Names – Names We’ll Be Searching in 25 Years

Every generation has popular names. Just take a look at a list of baby names by year. It shows the traditional names that have hung on for years, as well as the one hit wonders that were only popular for a short period of time. For example, if you were born in the 1950s, there’s Read More…

Celebrate Your Name In 2013

How often do you think about your own name? That may seem like an odd question, but the first week of March is Celebrate Your Name Week. It’s seven days to ponder the importance of your personal moniker. The concept of Celebrate Your Name Week was created by Jerry Hill in 1997. He encourages people Read More…

Valentine’s Day – A Tale of Two Camps

There are very few days of the year that are as divisive as Valentine’s Day, with most people falling in one of two camps. There are those that look forward to it, and celebrate it fully. They embrace the idea of celebrating love and believe in Cupid and all that he has to offer. On Read More…

USPS Letters to Santa Program

If you celebrate Christmas, chances are good that you have written at least one letter to Santa in your life. And if you have a child, chances are good that you sat down with your child to write at least one letter to Santa. The only difference is that as an adult, you know full Read More…

Do an Address Search Before Sending Holiday Cards

The tradition of sending annual holiday cards to friends and family is a great way to send greetings to people you see all the time but it can also be a great opportunity to reconnect with those friends and family members you may not see very often or with whom you may have lost touch. Read More…

Movies About Searching for People

When watching some of our favorite movies, it’s common to shout, “If Only!” If only they knew their love was at the next café, or if only they knew the suspect was living on the next block, or if only they could remember their past. Movies take us on an emotional roller coaster; but then Read More…