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Hora del cuento – bilingual story hour

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    Attention bilingual babies and kids! Join us this Friday March 1st for Spanish story time with the lovely Maestra Jessica. FREE event at Linda Letra bilingual books. ¡Atención bebés y peques bilingües!Te invitado este viernes para la hora del cuento en español con la encantadora Maestra Jessica. Evento GRATUITO en la librería Linda Letra.

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    $4 Family Movies: The Great Muppet Caper

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      Stop the presses! Kermit, Fozzie, and Gonzo are on the case this month at THE JUDY, so grab a seat (or a beanbag) and head on down to The Family Cinema. What’s the Movie About? Fearless journalists Kermit, Fozzie and Gonzo snag an assignment reporting on a British jewel heist. Arriving in England, the trio

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      A Year with Frog & Toad

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        Wake up from hibernation with this delightful musical based on Arnold Lobel’s treasure characters. Join best friends Frog and Toad as they hop, sing, and dance through a year of adventure. As the seasons change from spring to fall, the cheerful Frog and the more timid Toad plant a garden, go swimming, fly kites, and

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        Portland Village School Journey Through the Grades Open House

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          Join us for our family-friendly Journey Through the Grades Open House and experience what makes tuition-free, Public Waldorf education unique! Visit our beautiful classrooms and get questions answered by teachers, administrators, and current families and students. Our kindergarten Q&A is scheduled for 11:00am. Portland Village School, serving students kindergarten through 8th grade, will be moving

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          Catalyst presents: The Wardrobe

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            “That’s what a wardrobe is for – to guard your secrets.” A 500-year-old wardrobe holds the key to unlocking British history. Inside, teenagers across the centuries seek protection from the War of the Roses, Jack the Ripper, and even each other. The wardrobe is the safest place they know, but is it safe enough? Originally

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            Olive and Dingo Show @ Musical Monsters

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              Let’s rock! In a magical bookstore in SE PDX we’ll perform a rousing musical story time show: we’re Olive and Dingo! Songs and stories and then you can take home a balloon creation made by Olive and Dingo too! Ticket$: pay at the venue $5-10 per child. Your kids will get to venture behind the

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              Spotlight: A Family Arts Festival

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                Portland is a treasure trove of incredible art. For one weekend only, you can see it all in one place! Music, dance, theater, and visual art will fill every corner of THE JUDY, Portland’s downtown hub for youth arts. Tickets start at just $10! The amazing lineup of artists includes: Becky Hawkins (Visual Art) Brick Bending

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                Dig it, Plant it, Do it Again! Volunteer Planting along South Scappoose Creek

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                  Plant trees to enhance native habitat and improve the water quality of South Scappoose Creek with your community.  Sunday, February 4th, 9 AM – NOON Pre-registration is required. https://estuarypartnership.app.neoncrm.com/np/clients/estuarypartnership/event.jsp?event=1520& All ages and abilities are welcome. Let us know if you need accommodations to participate. Youth age 15 + may volunteer without an adult present. Accessibility: The

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                  $4 Family Movies: The Wizard of Oz

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                    We’re off to see The Wizard, the Wonderful Wizard of Oz! The 1939 classic comes to The Family Cinema, the all-ages venue recently nominated in PDX Parent Reader’s Poll for Best Kid-Friendly Movie Theater.  What’s the Movie About? A young farm girl and her little dog are magically transported into the enchanted land of Oz

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                    Cedarwood Children’s Faire

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                      Join us for arts and crafts, bread baking, and a puppet play at the Cedarwood Children’s Faire! Come get cozy in our sweet preschool and kindergarten classrooms with creative activities. This free event is perfect for young families with little ones six and younger, looking to escape the winter gloom with hand (and heart!) warming

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                      Tualatin Valley Gem Club, Rock and Gem Show (65th Annual)

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                        Admission $1 cash – Adults at door only, Kids 12 and under free with adult. Displays of unusual specimens of rocks (lapidary arts), fossils, gems and minerals. Vendors, Door Prizes, Silent Auction, Kids corner fun and games, Demonstrations We are a non profit organization that promotes the interests and learning of the subjects of geology, lapidary arts, paleontology

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