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Seattle ReCreative

If you or a loved one (big or small) is looking for a way to indulge their creative side without breaking the bank, take a look at Greenwood’s Seattle ReCreative. This “creative reuse” center is open to all, and encourages the use of your imagination!  Read More 

Seattle Bouldering Project

Cold weather is upon us, so it’s doubly important to find activiites inside that allow you to exert a little energy. To that end, you might want to seek out the Seattle Bouldering Project in Beacon Hill.  Read More 

Strike Up the Fun!

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: A fun indoor activity for any time of year is a trip to the local bowling alley. Most bowling alleys are extremely family-friendly and accommodating to mini bowlers who hardly weigh more than the bowling balls themselves.  Read More 

Flycaster Brewing

From our content partner, Red Tricycle: You’re no longer pregnant or nursing, and let’s face it—you’re craving a beer. Sitting alongside adults, sipping a frothy, hoppy, delicious treat on a Friday night.  Read More 

Heydey Farm

If you are looking for a true farm experience for you or your family, head to Bainbridge Island’s Heydey Farm. Visitors are greeted by a cheerful farm host who gives you the lowdown on the farm.  Read More 
The Pantry

The Pantry

There’s a hidden foodie heaven in North Ballard, and you’ll want to check it out. It’s called the Pantry, and the owners want you to come on in and break some bread with your fellow community members.  Read More 

Seattle Neighborhood Spring Clean

It’s springtime, and that means it’s time for some cleaning, and Seattle Public Utilities is getting in on the act – and wants you to take part, too! Starting today, and running through the month of May, Seattle Public Utilities is launching their annual neighborhood spring clean.  Read More