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Wednesday, August 15
Summer Exploration Days in Sherwood
15 Aug @ 10:00 am | Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge
Come learn about the wildlife on the Refuge with fun crafts and activities. From butterflies to beavers we will explore all that the Refuge has to offer with a different theme each week. Drop-in anytime between 10 am-1 pm. All ages are welcome, however, activities will be most suitable for elementary aged school kids and younger.  
Red Yarn's Old Barn in SE PDX
15 Aug @ 11:00 am | Sellwood-Moreland Library
The critters on Red Yarn’s farm are preparing for the big barn dance and they need your help! The animals must practice on their instruments, the band needs to rehearse & everyone must cooperate to get ready. In this engaging music & puppet show, award-winning family performer Red Yarn will have audiences singing, dancing, stomping & cla
End of Summer Reading Lawn Party / Lectura de Verano Fiesta in Beaverton
15 Aug @ 12:30 pm | Beaverton City Library
Celebrate all the reading you did this summer on the library's front lawn! / ¡Festeja lo tanto que has leído este verano en el césped de la biblioteca!   Ages 2-12 with family / Para niños de 2-12 años con sus familias. Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Wow Wednesday in Beaverton
15 Aug @ 02:00 pm | Beaverton City Library
1st Wednesday: Imagination Station - Bring your imagination! 2nd Wednesday: Builders - Play with LEGOs and DUPLO blocks! 3rd Wednesday: STEM Toys! -Fun with STEM toys! 4th Wednesday: Things That Go - Play with things that go! Ages 3-8 with family. Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Red Yarn's Old Barn in Gresham
15 Aug @ 02:00 pm | Gresham Library
The critters on Red Yarn’s farm are preparing for the big barn dance and they need your help! The animals must practice on their instruments, the band needs to rehearse & everyone must cooperate to get ready. In this engaging music & puppet show, award-winning family performer Red Yarn will have audiences singing, dancing, stomping & cla
Summertime Concert in SE PDX
15 Aug @ 02:00 pm | Woodstock Library
Michal Karmi, aka Peanut, is one of Los Angeles' most sought after children's musicians. Her sweet voice and clever lyrics meet ukulele strums and impressive trilingual (English, Spanish, Hebrew) chops.  Toting her ukulele and a gentle voice, Peanut is named by parents as the sweetest children’s musician around. Her uplifting energy and genuine
Music in Action! / ¡Música en acción! in North PDX
15 Aug @ 03:00 pm | Kenton Library
A freewheeling fiesta of songs, creative movement, comedy and audience participation led by the irrepressible (and bilingual) Rich Glauber. Using guitar, accordion and his joyful personality, he turns every show into a community celebration. Presented in English and Spanish. Una fiesta de canciones, movimiento creativo, comedia y participación del
Thursday, August 16
Family Forest Days in SW PDX
16 Aug @ 10:00 am | Hoyt Arboretum
Bring the family to Hoyt Arboretum for free drop-in nature and science hands-on activities. Each week a Hoyt Naturalist will be stationed out in the Arboretum Visitors Center to teach about an environmental education theme. Family Forest Days will be accompanied with a self-lead activity to learn with your children as you stroll along the wooded tr
Family Fishing Days in Fairview
16 Aug @ 10:00 am | Blue Lake Regional Park
Learn to fish at Blue Lake Regional Park every Thursday from June 28-August 9 from 10 am-noon with the guys from Get Hooked! Even if you've never used a hook, rod or reel, Dishaun and Philip can teach you and your children. Gear is provided and kids under 12 fish for free. This event is wheelchair accessible.
Scales, Claws and Expanding Jaws in SE PDX
16 Aug @ 02:00 pm | Midland Library
Students slide, slither and hop into herpetology, the science of reptiles. We'll get up close and personal with live snakes, lizards and turtles in order to study the features which make this class of animals unique. Discover that snakes are smooth and dry, lizards have no earlobes, and geckos can lick their eyeballs!  
Sing-along and Interactive Movies in Beaverton
16 Aug @ 02:00 pm | Beaverton City Library
Enjoy singing along and interacting with your favorite movies this summer!   June 21: "The Incredibles" (2004) July 5: "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" (1971) Aug. 16: "The Wizard of Oz" (1939).   Ages 2-12 with family (children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult). Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Legos at the Library in SW PDX
16 Aug @ 03:30 pm | Hillsdale Library
Bring your mad Lego skills to the library and let your imagination flow. Bricks and supplies provided. Donations welcome. For kids ages 5-11.  Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Summer Public Open Gym in NE PDX
16 Aug @ 04:30 pm | The Children's Gym
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Open Gym is a parent participation open gym experience.  During this time, our gym is dedicated to providing a fun and safe space for children to run, jump, swing and climb on our equipment. A responsible adult must accompany children on the floor at all times. We ask that the adult/child ratio be no more than 1:3 to help maintain a safe open gym
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Twilight Thursday at Oxbow Park in Gresham
16 Aug @ 06:30 pm | Oxbow Regional Park
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As the sun begins its descent in the sky, many animals go out to forage for one last meal. At the same time, nocturnal animals awaken and move across the landscape. Join a naturalist on a hike at Oxbow Regional Park to explore the magical space between day and night. Cost: $6/person, $11/family; no parking fees on Free Park Day Ages: ages 6 and o
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Friday, August 17
Summertime Concert in North PDX
17 Aug @ 11:00 am | North Portland Library
Michal Karmi, aka Peanut, is one of Los Angeles' most sought after children's musicians. Her sweet voice and clever lyrics meet ukulele strums and impressive trilingual (English, Spanish, Hebrew) chops.  Toting her ukulele and a gentle voice, Peanut is named by parents as the sweetest children’s musician around. Her uplifting energy and genuine
Little Chefs: Muffins in NW PDX
17 Aug @ 01:00 pm | Feed The Mass
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An all time breakfast favorite, who can say no to some homemade muffins? Let us show your little chef how to make freshly made muffins from scratch! Simple and delicious, this is going to be a fun and hands-on class!  Open to all children 5 and up with parental supervision and children 14 and above with parental permission! This class is going to
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Belmont Builders in SE PDX
17 Aug @ 03:00 pm | Belmont Library
Drop in and explore your building prowess with Legos and more! We’ll supply the building materials … you bring the creativity and imagination. All ages welcome. Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Legos at the Library in North PDX
17 Aug @ 04:00 pm | Kenton Library
Bring your mad Lego skills to the library and let your imagination flow. Bricks and supplies provided. Donations welcome. For kids ages 5-11.  Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Saturday, August 18
Open Gym in Beaverton
18 Aug @ 09:00 am | Spectra Gymnastics
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Spectra is the only exclusively special needs gymnastics program in Oregon, and is carefully designed to support children and teens with Autism and related disorders. Join us for family friendly open gym time every Saturday. Sensory Inclusive Open Gym Saturday is an all inclusive play time for families. We look forward to seeing you there. $6
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POP Club (Power of Produce) in NE PDX
18 Aug @ 09:00 am | Hollywood Farmers Market
Power Of Produce (POP) Club is a free kids program that will run at Hollywood Farmers Market in 2018 on Saturdays from June-September 1. POP Club is designed to empower kids to make healthy food choices, introducing them to where their food comes from through fun activities.Here’s how POP Club works: Kids, aged 5-12 come to the POP Club booth on
Family Exploration Hike in Sherwood
18 Aug @ 10:00 am | Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge
Join a volunteer to explore the Refuge using all five senses on this special guided family hike. Listen for birds, smell the flowers, feel the plants, and look for signs of illusive animals. Trail is mostly flat and gravel. Wear walking shoes. Strollers and wheel chair accessible.  All ages are welcome, especially families with children.  Free a
Guided Nature Walks at Tryon Creek State Natural Area in SW PDX
18 Aug @ 10:00 am | Tryon Creek Park
Venture out with a park guide for a free, nature hike to explore the forest and stream ecosystems and natural history at Tryon Creek State Natural Area.  Topics will vary from week to week, and will be geared for ages 5 through adult, but all ages are welcome.  Parents must accompany kids on all hikes.  No groups more than 10 please. Free, no pr
The Fascinating World of Reptiles in SW PDX
18 Aug @ 10:30 am | Central Library
Join the Reptile Man, aka Richard Ritchey, in meeting his outstanding crew of snakes, lizards, turtles and tortoises! Richard has been winning the rapt attention of audiences throughout the Pacific Northwest for over 20 years and has assembled a traveling collection of scaled predators that is unrivaled in quality and reputation.   Clic
Summer Public Open Gym in NE PDX
18 Aug @ 12:15 pm | The Children's Gym
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Open Gym is a parent participation open gym experience.  During this time, our gym is dedicated to providing a fun and safe space for children to run, jump, swing and climb on our equipment. A responsible adult must accompany children on the floor at all times. We ask that the adult/child ratio be no more than 1:3 to help maintain a safe open gym
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Little Chefs: Pancakes in NW PDX
18 Aug @ 01:00 pm | Feed The Mass
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The best part about weekends is getting to sleep in, relax, and take more time when it comes to breakfast. Pancakes are simple and easy, but the toppings are the best part! Join Chef Jacob Valentine as he teaches the little chefs how to make their very own pancakes and turn them into culinary marvels! Ages 4 and up are welcome with the supervision
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Girl Power Support Group in SE PDX
18 Aug @ 01:00 pm | Moreland Presbyterian Church
Meets on the 3rd Saturday of each month (except April & December). A social group for girls ages 10 and older with any disability. GPG helps girls develop their social skills in a fun, friendly environment. Facilitated by a rotating group of professionals who work with children with special needs. For more information or to register, please call.
Read to the Dogs in Oregon City
18 Aug — 15 Sep | @ 01:00 pm | Oregon City Library
Come share a story with a four-legged friend! A trained therapy dog will be available at the library for one-on-one or small group reading sessions with kids age 3-12. No need to sign up, either! There will be enough time for everyone to spend a few minutes cuddling and reading with Igmu.  
Family Movie Day in SW PDX
18 Aug @ 01:00 pm | Garden Home Community Library
Join us every third Saturday of the month for a family film in the GHCL Annex!   August 18: This month we’re showing the smash-hit Moana! This film follows Moana on her journey to stop a dangerous blight, and save her island home. This film is rated PG and has some scary scenes with a lava monster and giant crab. It is recommended for families
Hip Hop Soulsation in SE PDX
18 Aug @ 04:30 pm | Rockwood Library
Cykhyia was born and raised in New York and has been dancing since the age of 6. Her dream is to always own a dance studio and bring the joy of dance to all walks of life. Now Cykhyia is in Oregon bringing her edgy and unique style to Portland. Join Cykhyia and Hip Hop Soulsation Academy as they bring an upbeat edgy interactive performance the whol
Sunday, August 19
Legos at the Library in SW PDX
19 Aug @ 03:00 pm | Central Library
Bring your mad Lego skills to the library and let your imagination flow. Bricks and supplies provided. Donations welcome. For kids ages 5-11.  Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Monday, August 20
FREE Golf for Kids in NE and SE PDX
20 Aug @ 07:00 am | Colwood Golf Center
Portland Parks & Recreation’s Portland Parks Golf now offers Free Golf Mondays for junior golfers (kids up to the age of 17) at both the Colwood Golf Center and Eastmoreland Golf Course. Starting Monday, June 25, 2018, junior golfers can play for free from sunrise until 3 pm on Mondays this summer until school begins again. This program incl
Legos at the Library in SE PDX
20 Aug @ 03:00 pm | Sellwood-Moreland Library
Bring your mad Lego skills to the library and let your imagination flow. Each time, we'll build a new structure to put on display. Bricks and supplies provided. For kids ages 5-11. Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Tuesday, August 21
Charles and Biscuit Rock the Library in SE PDX
21 Aug @ 02:00 pm | Holgate Library
Charles and Biscuit appreciate the library, and they share their enthusiasm. Using books right off the shelf, Charles discovers titles that lead him to tell stories about music, and offer a brief children's history of rock and roll.  During the comedic “history” lesson, Charles and Biscuit display and play rock records, cassettes and CDs. �
Summer Public Open Gym in NE PDX
21 Aug @ 04:30 pm | The Children's Gym
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Open Gym is a parent participation open gym experience.  During this time, our gym is dedicated to providing a fun and safe space for children to run, jump, swing and climb on our equipment. A responsible adult must accompany children on the floor at all times. We ask that the adult/child ratio be no more than 1:3 to help maintain a safe open gym
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Access Play in SW PDX
21 Aug @ 05:30 pm | Portland Children's Museum
Portland Children’s Museum works hard to ensure all families have access to the Museum and feel a strong sense of welcome, safety, and respect. We invite families with children experiencing disabilities to visit the Museum during our regular operating hours as well as our monthly Access Play events. These low sensory playtimes are calmer, less cr
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