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10+ transit-powered family day trips to try this summer

Oh, the places you'll go without your car! Plan a family adventure: You'll love not driving.

Tips for keeping kids safe when it's hot outside

New playground alert: Wallingford Play Area reopens this summer

'WICKED,' the story of Oz before Dorothy, on stage in Seattle

Here's what you need to know about the touring Broadway hit — and how to take your shot at $25 tickets!

Celebrate Washington's killer whales at Orca Day on June 15

Summer reading programs: Libraries and bookstores offer adventures and prizes

Ask the Pediatrician: Tips for keeping kids safe in the sun

Q&A with a doctor about sunscreen and other ways to prevent sunburn in children.

Spokane is 4 hours (and a world) away, with lots for families to do

Book Corner: LGBTQ+ Pride Month reads for everyone

5 great family bike rides in the Seattle area

Salt & Straw puts the flavors of camping into its summer ice cream lineup

From bacon and eggs to s'mores, the popular ice-cream maker brings the campfire to the cone, you might say.

New Beacon Hill spot will be youth-designed hub for equity work in Seattle

The expansion of Estelita's Library will host everything from book clubs to dance classes, “anything that speaks to social justice, to equity ..."

Thinking of adding a new family pet? Advice from a health expert

Founded by 2 women, LegUp aims to be your one-stop shop for child care

“Leg Up is all about convenience,” says Jessica Eggert, co-founder and the startup’s CEO. She knows from experience how hard it can be to find help.

How a superstar Seattle chef gets his 5-year-old son to try new foods

Edouardo Jordan believes kids should experience food with all five senses — and that they should be exposed to restaurants early in life.

Seattle Pride Weekend: joyful, colorful and kid-friendly

PrideFest (June 29-30) is when Seattle families celebrate diversity and equality while also having fun. Some events are particularly aimed at young people.

Let's fight the mass-market snarking of childhood

A little sassiness in teenagers is understandable, but does the attitude have to kick in so young?
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