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Google is helping Seattle Public Libraries bridge the digital divide

Get your car seat inspected for free

These are the top baby names in Washington

Help foster kids walk with confidence

A walking school bus promotes exercise and community connections

There’s A New VEGAN Burger Joint In Seattle

New flu vaccine recommendations for kids: Here’s what you need to know

This Local School Just Made the Top 10 List of “Best Private Schools in America”

Melinda Gates on Breastfeeding: “It's Natural, But It Sure Ain't Easy”

Donate Your Used Musical Instruments at Folklife

Give your unused musical instruments a new life by donating them to Music4Life at the Folklife Festival.

How to Get Money for Your Favorite Community Project

This year, NMF will award $3.2 million dollars to community-led projects that strengthen our communities, such as cultural festivals, community space improvements, public art, community organizing, and much more.

Teach Kids to How to Call 911

To help teach your kids about how to use 9-1-1, a variety of free downloadable resources are available including a 911 emergency song and an educational coloring book.

Donate to "Teddy Bear Patrol" for Kids in Trauma

Your donation of a teddy bear in April helps kids in stressful or traumatic situations

Sea-Tac Airport Triples Number of Nursing Pods

The Port of Seattle has added two more nursing pods for traveling families

KidsQuest Children's Museum Grand Opening January 31st

KidsQuest Children's Museum has a spectacular new home much closer to Seattle families.

KEXP "Mom Show" Airs Thursday

DJ John Richards offers a musical salve for the pain of loss.

On-site child care programs cut at Seattle schools

Schools already bursting at the seams will need to make more classrooms available as SPS starts to lower class sizes to 17 students per teacher from kindergarten through third grade, which will be required by the state in 2018.

Teens encouraged to participate in city "idea assemblies"

Idea Assemblies are being held to brainstorm potential city projects; these are the foundation for what will be on the ballot in May.

Strengthening Families Washington 2016 Unsung Hero: Todd Crooks

Through it all, Todd is the rock. He is the one we all turn to when we need help, advice, or just that loving hug. He gently guides, is strong, and sometimes cries in private. It’s not been easy, but we have 4 stellar young adults, who are strong, kind, and supportive to others because of the role model they had in their dad.

Strengthening Families Washington 2016 Unsung Hero Sonia Dye

Sonia is humble and yet very knowledgeable about infant brain development and early childhood practices. She is a quiet and gentle spirit often in the midst of fractured lives and dysfunctional families.
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