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Need some fun ideas for Winter Break this year? If the kids get a little stir crazy, bundle up and head out to one of these Puget Sound area locations. Special hours, themes and fun as your kids learn, sing, and get out their wiggles!
Enjoy a bit of culture with a visit to any of these great museum exhibits on display this fall in Seattle.
Going up? The Museum of Flight hosts the 2012 International Space Elevator Conference on August 25 – 27, with hands on activities, art projects and real live scientists!
While school is out, keeping kids entertained and learning can be a challenge. From Pacific Science Center’s King Tut exhibit to the annual Viking Day festival celebrating the region’s Scandinavian heritage, there is plenty to experience this summer before jumping back into the classroom. Check out these ideas around Seattle for a great day of family fun.
From Saturday, September 1 through Monday, September 3, downtown Seattle will be filled with loads of music and experiences that appeal to a wide audience. Bring the kids, bring your friends to Bumbershoot, 2012! And hurry! Ticket prices increase on Wednesday, August 15.
Fifty years after the World’s Fair inserted the Space Needle into Seattle’s skyline, the city is celebrating that anniversary by offering an array of new things to see and do at Seattle Center: from a zip line to a new art glass museum.
Step into one of history’s most treasured stories as Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs opens this Thursday, May 24, at Seattle’s Pacific Science Center!
Time to start thinking about summer, and where the kids will be. If you have an athlete, an artist, a scientist or a gamer, there’s a camp for your child in Puget Sound!
Earth Day means taking care of our planet by volunteering, cleaning up and celebrating our Earth. Find a way to do something good on Earth Day at these Puget Sound events.
Thursday, March 22 is the 19th Annual World Water Day. Sparked by the United Nations in 1993, it’s a day to bring awareness to crucial water issues around the world. Here’s what’s happening in the Seattle area and how you can help.