Have a little thespian in your family? Here are some great Seattle area children’s theatres! They put on exceptional performances, and many offer summer camps, classes and opportunities for your drama king or queen to shine.
“We’re wanting to use this opportunity to get this diagnosis right,” said Dr. Bryan King, a member of the revision panel and director of the autism center at Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Kent’s Rainier Chorale and Rainier Youth Choirs will appear together in concert for the first time to perform Mass of the Children by John Rutter on Saturday, March 24.
Planning to be at home during Spring Break this year? Register your kids for a fun and exciting camp or class. Help them burn off that extra energy with cooking, art, sports and clown school!
The weather may not show it, but Spring is sneaking up on us! There are lots of kid, teen and adult egg hunts and fun activities to enjoy!
Whether it’s baking up a tasty Valentine treat, a train ride, a dance party or fun with animals, Seattle’s got all the best Valentine activities for you and your kids! Here are some of our favorites.
Before setting his house ablaze and killing himself and his two young sons, Josh Powell left a voicemail for family members saying he couldn’t live without the boys and didn’t want to go on anymore.
It’s nearly time for Seattle area kids to take their winter break! If you still need to work, or the kids want something fun to do, check out these area Winter Break Camps!
What better way to spend a chilly day in January or February than to cuddle up in Northwest Film Forum’s cozy cinemas? See the world and feed your mind at Children’s Film Festival Seattle!
New exhibits, new hands-on fun and a new address for the Children’s Museum of Tacoma. C’mon in for a visit!