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10 Great Places for Fall Foliage

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: When it comes to finding spectacular fall colors, we know New England can’t be beat. But believe it or not, there’s plenty to see right here in the Pacific Northwest.  Read More 

Back to School Deals

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Back-to-school shopping can put a big dent in a parent’s wallet. Between the new kicks, new cuts and multiple boxes of No. 2 pencils, finding quality clothes at bargain prices is a must.  Read More 

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 

Great Kids Meals in Seattle

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: Desperate times call for desperate measures, and we’ve all paid too much for a mediocre restaurant lunch of pb&j or Kraft mac ‘n’ cheese just to keep Junior happy.  Read More 

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 

Visit a Seattle-area Pocket Park

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: You know the moment in Seattle, the one when the sun actually peeks out from behind a grey cloud, or the pattering of rain on the windows stops just long enough for everyone to quickly run outside and enjoy the fresh air.  Read More 

Best Places to Watch the Super Bowl with Kiddos

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: The match up is set. The tee-shirts are printed. And families across Seattle are preparing to cheer on the NFC champion Seattle Seahawks as they take on the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII. If you weren’t one of the lucky season-ticket holders to win the Super Bowl lottery …  Read More 
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Discovery Park

We’ve written about the Daybreak Star Cultural Center located on the grounds of Discovery Park in the Magnolia neighborhood, but we haven’t really touched upon the park itself since we began the Million Cool Things to Do in Seattle blog.  Read More 
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Christmas Tree & Light Recycling

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: While we love the smell of a fresh Christmas tree in our living room, the endless piles of pine needles on the floor are enough to make us go crazy.  Read More 

Magnolia Farmers Market

One of the nicest things about Magnolia (besides the stunning views) is its quiet, sleepy feeling. I’m always amazed at how peaceful the neighborhoods are, even though downtown Seattle is mere minutes away.  Read More