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Take an Urban Hike

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Mother’s Day is the day moms get to choose how they want to spend it (or at least how they don’t want to spend it—grocery shopping, carpooling or dinner planning).  Read More 
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Enjoy the Spring With a Walk in the Park

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Ah, spring is in the air. After a long winter of building forts, making countless art projects, and hitting every indoor play area (over and over and over again), Seattle kiddos are more than ready to get outside and explore.  Read More 
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LEGO Mania Sundays

I can’t think of a better way to get little (and big) kids excited about going to the library than mixing it up with LEGOs, can you? That’s right! LEGO Mania Sundays are already underway at four Seattle Public Libraries near you.  Read More 
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Greet Fall with These 5 Autumn Traditions

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: While our days of dragging out the inflatable pool and kicking back while the kids splash away are behind us, there are still plenty of outdoor activities to look forward to come fall. From full moon walks to bike rides to pumpkin picking, we’ve found five autumn traditions your family …  Read More 
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It’s All Greek to Us

The Greek Festival is coming, the Greek Festival is coming! Bursting with fun-filled commotion and friendliness, this is honestly one of my favorite festivals.  Read More 
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Garden Art Glass-Making Class

Get inspired at the University of Washington Botanic Gardens! Besides the gorgeous gardens, you can also take a class! If you happen to be crafty, or are looking to try something new, check out their glass-making class on Saturday, August 24.  Read More 
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Windermere Cup TODAY

Chances are, you’re reading this from your mobile phone while out enjoying this Seattle sun! And what better way to celebrate Seattle’s Opening Day of Boating Season with the Windermere Cup – a rowing race between the University of Washington, Dartmouth College, and Cornell University. More than 800 rowers compete in this event – which …  Read More 
Sundays at Seattle Public Libraries

Sundays at Seattle Public Library

Sometimes curling up with a good book is the most exciting Sunday activity we can think of. For the first time in at least a century, all locations of the Seattle Public Library will be open on Sundays  in 2013.   Read More 
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Enjoy the Northwest’s Fall Colors

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Blazing fall color in the Evergreen State? You bet! While some may argue that ours is a more muted display compared to New England, there’s plenty for the whole family to see here in the Northwest, including brilliant colors not only found on deciduous trees and shrubs but also …  Read More