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Looking for fun things to do with the kids? Let’s share information about Portland area baby/toddler/kid friendly places, activities, events, music, and restaurants. Maybe even meet for an occasional walk with the strollers for us new parents!

Location: Portland Area
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Latest Activity: Apr 10, 2014

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Moving to Portland in the summer.... 5 Replies

Started by Jasmine Jenae Jordan. Last reply by Kevin Jackson Apr 12, 2011.

Free and a Great Event for Kids

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Comment by Michael Barton on April 9, 2011 at 3:40pm

Parents: Do you know about Muddy Boots Family Nature Club in Portland:

http://www.muddybootspdx.org/

 

Get on their email list by contacting:

info@muddybootspdx.org

Comment by Kevin Jackson on April 9, 2011 at 12:19pm
Moving to Portland in a month, my wife and I are looking for family friendly activities and people to connect with and for our 2 year old daughter.
Comment by Marc Otto on January 9, 2010 at 3:57pm
Hello there, I just added an event to the calendar.

Play after Play - The Gentle People. A story about peace.

My wife and I started Play after Play 5 years ago and have been presenting world folk tales and safe, engaging play since then.

Here is a link to our website: www.playafterplay.com

Thanks,
Marc Otto
Comment by Jason Stein on November 14, 2009 at 11:53am
Way to go Katie.

I've bookmarked the website since I often am looking for local resources.
Comment by Katie H on November 14, 2009 at 8:13am
A friend and I just started up a website that has all sorts of resources for families in Portland. the URL is www.pdxkids.org. We'd love for everyone to check it out and spread the word.

Also, if you know of any events or activities that we are missing please be sure to let me know and we'll post those, too!
Comment by Sam Shogren on October 6, 2009 at 4:28pm
I just posted the following event to the events calendar; please check the calendar for more details!

Washington County Museum Announces:
Halloween MaskMaking, Fall Fun at Free October Family Day
Mask Making Saturday, October 10th, 10am-2pm

Celebrate the season with our new Family Day program! Kids and parents will make their own mask for pre-Halloween fun! Choose a playful puppy, cute kitty, bouncing bunny to make and decorate, or something spooky like a jack-o-lantern.

Local artists from artists collective Print Arts Northwest will lead mask making, with WCM staff and volunteers hosting historic autumnal activities. Kids can try on pioneer clothing, play with a variety of traditional toys, or learn to sew with pumpkin-shaped sewing cards. Cookies and juice will be plentiful courtesy of Beaverton Bakery. Learn More.

Our warmest thanks to Family Day sponsor the PGE Foundation.
Comment by Sharon Zemp on September 6, 2009 at 5:54pm
Hey Folks,

I am new to the group out and about in Portland. I have a Baby Boot Camp class going on 3 days per week at Sellwood Park if interested you can check out my page or email sharon.zemp@babybootcamp.com
BBC is a group of Moms who workout in the park with their kiddos in strollers, We have a great time while socializing and getting a workout.
Starting Saturdays mid Sept I am starting a Family Class to get Dads/Sig others out there. We like to work hard and have fun. We do monthly Moms night out, Dad's Poker night at our house and would like to expand our group to meet other parents out there.
Comment by Robert Hean on June 25, 2009 at 7:25pm
There are some great kids martial arts programs at the Tulen Center in South West portland and One WIth Heart on SE. Links are below if you are interested. My suggestion if you are looking into a martial art for you child (or yourself!) is to find someplace they have fun and where you appreciate the material and how it is taught. Take advantage of free trails and see what wonderful opportunities there are!


www.tulencenter.com
www.onewithheart.com
Comment by Jason Stein on April 11, 2009 at 10:08pm
Hmm looks like the flyer link didn't work.

www.freetobeparents.com/class.pdf
Comment by Jason Stein on April 11, 2009 at 10:06pm
PDX Busy Parents -

Jeri and I will be doing another NVC Parent's Class on April 18th.

Here's the flyer:
 

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