Seattle Children’s Museum
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.
“Hanukkah oh Hanukkah! Come light the menorah! Let’s have a party… We’ll all dance the horah….” so the Festival of Lights song goes. Seattle has wonderful community celebrations for you and your family. Here are some of our favorites!
Want to have some fun with your kids, yet help them understand the importance of voting and being a good citizen? Check out these educational activities!
Trick-or-treating options abound this Halloween season! Bundle up your little witches, ghosts and super heroes and head out to one of these fun, safe and family-friendly activities!
Gather the family together and head to a local Harvest Festival, costume parade, pumpkin carving, or spooky night time adventure! October is filled with fun activities for the whole family! Whoooo wants to go?
Near and Far, a new permanent exhibit at the Children’s Museum, Seattle will be opening this summer, along with a fantastic half day and full day summer day camps.
It’s the fourth annual Light It Up Blue for World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. In New York, the Empire State Building will be glowing with blue lights, and in Seattle, there’s a chance for you and your child to explore at Seattle Children’s Museum….