The new Sky Zone trampoline park in Gresham provides high-flying fun for kids of all ages.
Baseball and softball players of all ages can hone their skills at Tigard’s D-BAT PDX WEST training facility.
Meet the 16-year-old who started Portland Bakes, an organization that bakes and donates baked goods for guests and residents of Blanchet House.
It’s a family dining dream come true.
Visiting the “Fruit Loop” in the scenic Hood River area is a favorite fall tradition.
Find out where your favorite, local kid performers will be this summer!
Portland’s dedication to public art extends beyond outdoor sculptures and vivid murals on the sides of buildings. Add this list of indoor spaces to view art (for free!) to your rainy-day activity arsenal!
Summer camps aren’t just for younger kids! If you have a 12- to 18-year-old looking to have a blast this summer, with youth their own age, check out these fun options tailored just for tweens and teens.
Experience Scandinavian-inspired foods that the whole family with love at Viking Soul Food.
Summer camps — it’s that time of year again! Are you overwhelmed by the sheer number of options in the Portland area? We’ve got you! Read on for our handy list on summer camps in your area.
Summer camps are a beloved summertime experiences for many kids. Here are fun and budget-conscious picks for the family.
Elevate treats for your kid’s classroom party this Valentine’s Day with edible, decorative Stickies from Make Bake. They are seriously easy and seriously cute. Not to mention, vegan, gluten free and allergy-friendly.
Driving or walking through Eastmoreland’s tree-lined streets full of large, elegant homes, you’re struck by the neighborhood’s beauty. And that’s not an accident. According to the Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association, the neighborhood was laid out by devotees of the national City Beautiful movement of the early 1900s.
Minutes from downtown, this charming and quintessentially Portland neighborhood centers around a main street that boasts breakfast joints, gift shops, bakeries, a beloved toy store and much more. And a yearly summer parade and street fair is a much-cherished community event.
Originally called Boone’s Landing after a descendant of Daniel Boone, Wilsonville got a name change in 1880. The name hasn’t been the only change in its history; Wilsonville has transformed from ferry site to port to train depot, and finally to the southernmost suburb in the Portland-metro area with a major freeway artery running right through its center.
Head up to Washington for a fun getaway for the whole family.