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Six Great Spots for Root Beer Floats

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: As the story goes, the first float was made out of necessity: a very wise man decided to use ice cream to cool his drink when he ran out of ice cubes back in 1874.  Read More 
Early Riser Activities

Early Riser Activities

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Are your kids constantly waking before the sun rises? When your own living, breathing alarm clocks like to start the day at zero dark thirty, most likely you’re ready to hit the streets by the time the clock strikes 7 a.m.  Read More 
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Drop-in Arts and Crafts

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: When the crafting bug bites, rather than subject your home (carpet, walls, couches, hardwoods – you get the idea) to a sparkly, gluey, glittery explosion, why not take your little Picasso out, to get his or her crafting on.  Read More 
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Candy Buy-Backs for those Halloween Treats

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Instead of trying to find creative ways to make your trick-or-treater’s candy disappear, consider putting the extra treats to good use by participating in the Halloween Candy Buy Back Program. Kids can trade their candy for cash and Operation Gratitude can send the treats to our U.S. troops overseas.  Read More 
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The Old Red Brick Road in Redmond

Just outside of suburban Redmond, you’ll come across a mile-long stretch of road that is paved in red bricks. This isn’t some lazy road management by King County, rather it is a historical landmark known as The Old Red Brick Road, part of a highway that stretched from Seattle to Boston in the early 20th …  Read More 
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Family Friendly Races Around Seattle

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Once your tots are mobile, it’s a race to the finish until… well, we’re not quite sure when there’s time to slow down. So why not put that track star training to good use at a race with a clear end in sight?  Read More 
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Marymoor Park 2014 Summer Concerts

Spring has sprung and we’ve had a few warm days already, so of course we’ve begun dreaming of warm summer days. A great way to indulge this dream is to check out the lineup for the annual Marymoor Park Concert series!  Read More 
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Thanksgiving Weekend Activities from Red Tricycle

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Once the turkey has been digested, the dishes have been cleaned and put away, and thanks has been given to the fortunes that have come your way this year… it’s time to get down to business and figure out what to do with the kids over the long holiday …  Read More 
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Skip to the Loo with These Family-Friendly Restrooms

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Any parent will tell you that Freud was definitely onto something. Because there comes a time when it’s all about the potty for the Littles. Which kind of makes it all about the potty for you, too. And finding those family-friendly bathrooms when you’re out and about is nothing …  Read More