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Memorial Day is this Monday and it’s a time to honor those military service members who gave their lives in service to their country. Here’s a round-up of some of the Puget Sound area’s biggest […]
For some, learning about the U. S. presidential leaders and American history while growing up was a boring chore. Some teachers just don’t know how to make the topic fun or exciting. However, more resources are available to us to help raise some interest. In honor of Presidents Day, here are five great ways to bring history alive to parents and children alike.
February 12 is Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, and February 22 is George Washington’s. According to History.com, Americans have been recognizing our first president’s birthday since the 1800s, but President’s Day didn’t officially come around until the 1960s and 70s. Here are some fun ways for you and your family to celebrate two of our most admired presidents.
Valentine’s Day is special for kids. They love sweet treats, making and exchanging cards and spending time with the people they love best. Here are some fun activities you can do with your littlest valentines to celebrate!
The Seattle area is host to some of the country’s biggest celebrations of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Plan to give back and do something good for your community, attend a celebration service, or take part in the MLK Jr. Day march and rally. Here are some of our favorite observances.
2013 marks the Year of the Snake on the Lunar calendar! Come out to one of these festive events – enjoy dances, to food extravaganzas, music and culture from Hmong, Japan and Vietnam!
If your child still needs to visit with Santa before Christmas Day, there are some great opportunities around the Sound! Santa and his helpers will be making treks to hear the wishes of every little girl and boy! Here are some of our favorite Santa events.
Kwanzaa, a family celebration started in the 1960s, was created to introduce and reinforce seven basic values of African culture which contribute to building and reinforcing family, community and culture among African American people as well as Africans throughout the world African community. Here are some Kwanzaa celebrations and observances you can attend in the Puget Sound area.
If you’ve got the little ones in tow this New Year’s Eve, why not head out to a family friendly New Year’s celebration? There’s lots of fun to be had in Puget Sound ringing in 2013!
Whether it’s a visit to a museum, a holiday film or a visit with Santa, children on the autism spectrum don’t have to be left out this Christmas season. Here are some events in Puget Sound that celebrate the holidays in a sensitive way.