Just before the green peas and snappy asparagus line produce stands, I like to “spring clean” my meal plan by organizing my cupboards and giving ingredients a fresh look. After becoming a mom, I learned how meal planning can...
Earth Day is April 22. What began in 1970 in the United States is now celebrated each year by 1 billion people in 192 countries. So your kids ride bikes and use water bottles, but how much do they...
If you're like me, your summer plans may still be in flux. These past few years have been a rollercoaster, and many of us were not exactly sure what to expect when it came to summertime options for our...
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The Winter Shift

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I’ve felt a shift this season, one that’s been desperately needed for a long time. I don’t know whether it’s the upheaval of the pandemic, Glennon Doyle’s podcast, or maybe I’m finally old enough to listen to my intuition,...
February is Black History Month, and Portland plenty of ways to celebrate. From the library's virtual "It's Black Storytime" to a stadium-sized Trailblazers celebration, there are lots of ways to honor and acknowledge Black history in Portland (and beyond)...
Spring is in the air (well, more or less!) and egg hunt season is ON. With more events opening up this year than in 2020 or 2021, we're sharing with you some of the options around Rose City. Find...
Ok, so June was... weird. Not always the most awesome. We may be living in a social apocalypse, but on top of that it rained all month and then blasted us with a heat wave. Seriously, July. We're counting...
The kids are back in school and summer weather is no more. But there’s no need to fret. Soon enough apple cider, hayrides, bonfires, and the copious use of cinnamon will signal the glorious arrival of fall. As the air...
Tis the month of loooooove! But what we may not all love is the cold and and rain. Alas, February is the shorted month of the year for a reason. But, there's no reason why we can't enjoy the...
Ahhh... September. Back-to-school season meets pumpkin spice lattes. You  might have mixed feelings about both, but it's definitely the season of change. We transition from summer to fall, trading in our flip-flops for rain boots. Here's some things to...

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Summer Camps with Space!

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We know scheduling summer camps can sometimes get a little bit crazy. Many families have changes to their seasonal plans and need to make...