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Our second annual look at the secret spaces and friendly faces that make this city tops for kids and their grown-ups.
Swing into summer with our special, double June/July issue! Our annual Best of Portland feature returns with great picks for friendly faces, open spaces and fun places. Plus, the votes are in for our Family Favorites awards, and our jam-packed Summer of Fun calendar is back, with a kid-friendly plan for every day of the summer in June, July and August. You’ll also find a review of the brand-new Pine Street Market, a DIY rocket craft from OMSI and lots more!
______________________________________________________ FAVORITE INDOOR PLACE TO PLAY Winner: OMSI For hands-on fun with science, you can’t beat OMSI. Watch for upgrades to the venerable Turbine Hall over the next few years, and for a new blockbuster exhibit on space exploration, opening this summer. Honorable Mentions: Southside Swap & Play, The Circuit Bouldering Gym, Portland Children’s Museum …
Summer’s just around the corner — get a jumpstart on the sunniest season with our May issue, featuring our guide to the best kid-friendly swimming holes in and around Portland. Plus, how to background check your child’s child care like a journalist, five questions for a Grimm star who just happens to be a local mom, and our picks for the city’s best new bagelries.
This month marks our first issue under our new name — PDX Parent — where inside, you’ll find our guide to taking the kids to root, root, root for the home-team, be it Timbers, Thorns, Blazers, Winterhawks or Hops. Also in this month’s issue, read how three local writers tackled our Get Outside challenge to spend an hour outside with their kids each day for a week. Plus you’ll find a great crafts project from our friends at SCRAP, practical advice on keeping child care costs down from our Balance Sheet columnists and more.
Three writers. Six kids under the age of 6. One week to head outdoors for at least one hour a day. And GO!
No screen time or learn to code? Keep your kids off Facebook or turn them into Instagram stars? Three Portland families work through the choices.