Autism Day is a free, fun-filled event designed for families touched by autism. It’s a chance to relax in a beautiful setting, meet other families, and enjoy a day of awareness and understanding.
Ready to put some culture into your kids’ lives? Here’s a fun way for kids and their families to appreciate great local theater, and learn something about themselves and the world we live in!
A former Lakewood, Wash., police officer convicted of stealing from the spouses and children of his fallen colleagues was sentenced Friday to 2 3/4 years in federal prison.
In a global economy, the world seems to be getting smaller. Now more than ever it’s important for our children to learn another language and culture. If you are thinking of exposing your child to a new language, here are some Seattle area schools that can help.
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.