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Pesach (or Passover) can be one of the most kid friendly Jewish holidays of the year. There are many ways to involve children in the the seder and other aspects of Passover while keeping the religion intact.
The grandparents are coming, the grandparents are coming! As your kids run around the house filled with excitement over Nana and Papa’s upcoming visit, you’re left wondering just how to keep everyone occupied. Fortunately, Seattle has an abundance of options that will appeal to all three generations while keeping them all happy and entertained.
Unemployed workers in the Seattle area have a variety of options when it comes to finding employment. From help with resumes, to interview tips, to job placement assistance, these five locations are there to help.
From earthquakes to storms, the Seattle area has its fair share of ecological risks. Check out the city’s best resources for supporting its residents during emergencies.
These organizations offer resources, support and ideas for Seattle parents who have chosen to education their children at home.
These recipes from two of Seattle’s finest chefs include new ideas and flavors to enjoy to get kids excited about meal time.
These organizations have particularly robust holiday giving campaigns, some of the best in Seattle, perfect for you and yours this holiday season.
These recipes from two Seattle chefs will make you look like star in front of family and friends.
If you’re prepping to spend eight wonderful days and nights celebrating Hanukkah, know you’re not alone. Seattle’s Jewish population has you covered with celebrations, candle lightings and all things Hanukkah this holiday season. These are the best ways to embrace Jewish community throughout the city Dec. 8 to Dec. 16 this year.
Make gifting extra special this year. These are the best places in and around Seattle to create Christmas gifts this holiday season.