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Share the love: adopt-a-family holiday programs around Seattle

Want to help a family in need, but not sure where to start? Here are some agencies that will be happy to help you -- and to have your help!

Meet the parent: Heather Wright: amazing perseverance amid incredible stress

The Playlist: Holiday Themed Family Fun

Holiday-themed art, STEM, sensory play, plus ways to move and get out of the house! Also a few ideas how to give back with your kids.

Erika's weekend picks for Dec. 6-7

Go ice skating, make art, run in your PJs, visit reindeer, eat chocolate or see a holiday play.

The Festival of Lights: Seattle-area Hanukkah celebrations, 2019

Free things to do with kids this weekend

Ice skating, roller skating, tree lightings all over town, Dickens Carolers, holiday markets, and a hotel suite filled with teddy bears.

Ways to stop (or slow) the crazy excess of holiday gift-giving

When it comes to the consumption craze this holiday season, you can just (gasp!) ... not. Yes, it's true.

Two words to live by this holiday season: gratitude and generosity

We have enough to be grateful and generous; let’s choose to be both.

Seattle's 'Adventuring Sisters' have fun and learn while making their family podcast

The Suastez family created a podcast and a lifetime of memories; you can too.

All aboard! 5 places to see model (or real) trains this holiday season

From kids' birthdays to corporate events, West Seattle mom makes cookies for all occasions

This West Seattle mom designs custom cookies that taste as good as they look.

Art inspiration for kids, with a focus on diversity

New subscription box delivers inclusive art history activities to your door.

5 best holiday markets around the Seattle area

10 unique, locally made holiday gifts

Make your kids smile and support your community, one locally made gift at a time.

When parents live apart: How to make the holidays happy for all

Co-parenting doesn’t have to ruin the season's merriment, as long as you’re willing to put your children’s joy first.

Turning a house into a home: Humble Design helps families leaving homelessness

The nonprofit relies on donated furniture and other household goods to transform low-income or transitional apartments into welcoming spaces.

Burke Museum welcomes winter with new activities for kids

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