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Sea-sational jigsaws from local maker Blue Dot Robot benefit a good cause

Hunt for adorable sea creatures while marveling at mermen and whales in the Sensational Sealife puzzle by artist Mark Poulin

Seattle’s Urban Family helps youth who need support by building lasting relationships

Shantel and Paul Patu have four children, but their family doesn’t stop there.

Family bzzz-ness: Meet the family running an urban honey company out of their Capitol Hill apartment

Bob Redmond, Amy Baranski and 3-year-old son Japhy live in a three-bedroom apartment that doubles as their family home and the honey hub to the Urban Bee Company.

Real Fun, Fake Ninjas: Ninja Escape = Birthday Fun

Ninja Escape, one of Seattle’s newest real-life room-escape games, challenges players to work as a team to solve puzzles that will allow them to escape from a locked room.

Enjoy the fruits of your labor at the Winter Pineapple Classic

If your kids are beyond the 1K and kids’ dashes level, take family racing to the next level (and work in some vitamin C while you’re at it).

Have a playdate at Mount Rainier (for free!) for National Take a Hike Day

Double-knot your boots for an excursion on Free Entrance Days in the National Parks, an annual Veterans Day event.

Game Play is Ultra-Luxe at Gaming Mecca Mox Boarding House

Sick of Scrabble? Bored with Boggle? Sounds like you’re in need of a game-room infusion.

'The Curious Kid’s Science Book' showcases the fun, educational and sometimes-gross side of science

Kids can explore science with more than 100 hands-on scientific activities in Seattle mom Asia Citro's new guide, 'The Curious Kid's Science Book.'

Blast off to learning with Greenwood Space Travel Supply Co.

Kids will find everything you'll need for an interstellar trip – and the chance to improve their academic skills – at this Greenwood shop.

Try On Oh, Little Rabbit's witty Onesies

From witty onesies to whimsical lunch sacks, Oh, Little Rabbit’s collection is full of sustainable, organic, recycled and natural products.

'Big Yoga for Little People' lets kids practice yoga and big ideas

Kids' yoga guide author Tristan Elliott is sharing the idea that yoga is more than just a set of poses; it’s also something that helps make us happier and healthier.

Give thanks and give back: Seattle-area volunteering opportunities for the holiday season

Incorporate giving back into the season of giving thanks by volunteering your time at these Seattle organizations.

Cuddly cuteness from Port Townsend-based toymaker Kata Golda

Port Townsend’s Kata Golda stuffed companions will bring pure delight to the little (and big) ones in your life.

Free Thanksgiving dinners for families offered in and around Seattle

Some families seek out community-based Thanksgiving dinners because they need a safe place for their family to gather for a meal or because they’re looking to enjoy the holiday with others in the community or because this year the cost of preparing the meal is a difficult stretch or all of the above. There's a wide variety of free meals being offered Saturday, November 21st through Friday, November 27th.

Kick off the holiday season with Magic at the Market

Shop, eat and get a head start on gift planning at this family-centric Pike Place Market event.

Locally-made Greater Good Granola is a true breakfast of champions

Founder of Greater Good Granola Mandy Levenberg donates every penny of her profits to various local charities.
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