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Monthly Archives: April 2009
Surely a lot of moms and pops are feeling the crunch in the economy right now, so Bridgeport Brewpub has started some deals to help out Portland families for when they want to dine out.
Sundays and Tuesday are kid-centered.
Sundays (after 5pm): Sunday Recession Supper. $15
Soup of the Day/Simple Salad
Special Entree [...]
Maryhill Museum of Art – A Family-Friendly Destination for Learning About Art, History and Local Culture
An art museum may not be the first thing that springs to mind when looking for an outing that satisfies the
curiosity of active kids, but Maryhill Museum of Art proves that museums top the list of family and budget-friendly places [...]
I was listening to my daughter and her friend discuss the loss of teachers from their middle school and what it meant to her and her future. So support your middle schools (and all the schools) to help us with a better future for our kids!
Robert Gray Middle School presents our spring musical: “Bye Bye [...]
The 100th Monkey studio is seeking artwork by young artists (age 18 and younger only) for our May gallery show. Art may be any medium.
This will be a Juried Show with awards for Creative Content, Use of Media and Best in Show.
submission fee: $5 per artist
One week of Art Camp (valued at $220)
One punch card [...]
So your kids are growing out of their car seats and helmets, and you’re tired of cluttering up the garage with them, wondering what to do with them? Wonder no more!
Please bring your used, damaged, expired, and unwanted Car Seats and Bicycle Helmets to the Healthy Kids Fair to be recycled!
Saturday, April 11, 2009 [...]