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Thursday, January 17
FIT4MOM Stroller Strides/Stroller Barre in SW Portland
17 Jan @ 09:30 am | Hillsdale Community Church
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Stroller Strides and Stroller Barre are total body fitness programs that moms can do with their babies and stroller-aged kids! FIT4MOM is the nation’s leader in pre and postnatal fitness. All classes are 1 hour in length and are taught by nationally certified instructors. First class is free! Drop in rate (after first class) is $20, monthly memb
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Preschool Storytime in Beaverton
17 Jan @ 10:15 am | Beaverton City Library
Preschool Storytime is filled with interactive books, flannelboard stories, music and songs that will help your child develop the skills they need to get ready to read! It also promotes critical and imaginative thinking as well as social skills. A craft at the end reinforces the storytime theme. For kids ages 3-6. Click here for info about library
Music & Movement in Oregon City
17 Jan @ 10:15 am | Oregon City Library
Thursdays at 10:15 am and 11 am  Music & Movement is a time for the youngest children to sing, dance, and share stories together. Storytime is followed by a 30-minute playgroup. Miss Barratt’s favorite thing about storytime is not having to sit still! Join Miss Barratt and her herd of busy babies, tireless toddlers, and pumped-up preschool
Baby Sign Language in Oregon City
17 Jan @ 01:00 pm | Oregon City Library
Sign language is a great way to support your child's emerging communication skills! Join Christina from the Portland Early Learning Project for 30 minutes of songs and sign language designed just for our littlest learners.    
Legos at the Library in SW PDX
17 Jan @ 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.
Preschool Sensory Storytime in NE PDX
17 Jan @ 03:30 pm | Hollywood Library
This preschool storytime is especially welcoming for children on the spectrum and families who are looking for a smaller, more adaptive library experience. Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Read to the Dog at Milwaukie Ledding Library
17 Jan @ 03:30 pm | Milwaukie Ledding Library-Milwaukie
Read aloud to a therapy dog and improve your reading at the same time. The dog and his owners are part of the Dove Lewis Canine Therapy Team. Call to sign up for a 15 minute session: 503.786.7588.
Thursday Afternoon Storytime in NE PDX
17 Jan @ 03:30 pm | Green Bean Books
Our weekly storytimes are great for kids to listen to stories and songs!  
Building Resiliency in Families and Organizations in Vancouver
17 Jan @ 06:00 pm | Innovative Services NW
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Compassion fatigue and burnout Developing self-care plans Reducing relational stress in marriages and other partnerships Building resiliency as a parent of a child with behavioral symptoms Contact us if you need an interpreter (by 01/10/19)Servicios de interpretacion disponibles. Necesita dar dos semanas de aviso por adelantado. Gracias RSVP: 36
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Friday, January 18
MLK Day of Service
18 Jan @ All-day | Portland-Metro Area
As Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” This year, you can answer that question by taking part in MLK Day of Service on January 21 — and yes, you can bring the kids! This guide is list of opportunities for families of varying ages and abilities. 
FIT4MOM Stroller Strides/Stroller Barre in Tigard
18 Jan @ 09:30 am | Calvin Presbyterian Church
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Stroller Strides and Stroller Barre are total fitness programs that moms can do with their babies and stroller-aged kids! FIT4MOM is the nation’s leader in pre and postnatal fitness. All classes are 1 hour in length and are taught by nationally certified instructors. First class is free! Drop in rate (after first class) is $20, monthly membershi
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Io e la Mamma (Mommy and Me) Italian Language Playgroup in SW PDX
18 Jan @ 10:00 am | Scuola Italiana di Portland
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Free weekly Italian language playgroup for children from newborn to 4 years old.  It is never too early to share a second language with a child. In fact, there are many wonderful benefits to learning a second language at a young age. Studies show that children who learn a second language early are more likely to develop native-like fluency. Childr
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The Preschool Connection Storytime in Oregon City
18 Jan @ 10:15 am | Oregon City Library
Miss Barratt’s favorite thing about preschool storytime is listening to your questions about the world! Join Miss Barratt’s and her crew of curious preschoolers for a morning of stories and hands-on learning activities. Ages 3-6  
Baby Storytime in NE PDX
18 Jan @ 10:30 am | Green Bean Books
Join us for baby storytime. Perfect for up to 2 years old!  
La hora de aprender in NE PDX
18 Jan @ 11:15 am | Gregory Heights Library
Programa educativo en español para niños de 0 a 6 años cuyo idioma es el español. Este programa gratuito concluye con una graduación y certificados para los niños participantes. Vea este video sobre cómo prepapar a su niño para el kinder. La hora de aprender is an educational program for Spanish-speaking children 0 to 6 years old and their
Free Open Swim in Beaverton
18 Jan @ 11:45 am | Beaverton Swim Center
Experience your THPRD pools! Join Beaverton Swim Center every third Friday of the month for a free open swim.Are Fridays not a good day for you to go swimming? Don't worry every single one of our pools will be offering a free open swim throughout the month all year long. Be sure to follow our Facebook page or follow us on Instagram at thprd.aquati
Legos at the Library in North PDX
18 Jan @ 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.
Beers and Babies with Portland Area Babywearing in NE PDX
18 Jan @ 04:00 pm | The Oregon Public House
Join us for a special collaboration with Portland Area Babywearing! We'll gather to spend a casual afternoon of beer-drinking and baby-admiring. Share your joys, your struggles, and a pint with people who also care for young ones. FREE to join (BYOB), all are welcome. Portland Area Babywearing events are always free and open to the public.
The Living School of Art Exhibition Grand Opening in SW PDX
18 Jan @ 05:00 pm | Portland Children's Museum
Portland Children’s Museum is excited to collaborate with The Living School of Art to host an art exhibition opening on Friday, January 18, 2019, from 5­ pm-6:30 pm. The exhibition at the Museum includes individual artworks made by members of the The Living School of Art and artwork made in collaboration with artists Jodie Cavalier, Amanda Leigh
Film Night: The Princess Bride in SW PDX
18 Jan @ 06:00 pm | Garden Home Community Library
Our monthly film selection for January is the 1987 cult classic Princess Bride (PG).Robin Wright and Cary Elwes star in this endlessly quotable fairytale adventure. It’s rated PG for fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, miracles... Directed by Rob Reiner, it's an enchanting classic the whole family w
Saturday, January 19
MLK Day of Service
19 Jan @ All-day | Portland-Metro Area
As Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” This year, you can answer that question by taking part in MLK Day of Service on January 21 — and yes, you can bring the kids! This guide is list of opportunities for families of varying ages and abilities. 
FIT4MOM Saturday BOOST workout in SW Portland
19 Jan @ 08:00 am | Hillsdale Community Church
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Our FIT4MOM Saturday BOOST is a total fitness program that moms can do with or without their babies. Mamas can join us on thier own or with their little ones in tow (children five years and younger must be in a stroller or carrier). Get a workout for all fitness levels followed by stretching and a short meditation. First class is free! Drop in rat
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Kindergarten Transition: Get Ready for the Big Day in NE PDX
19 Jan @ 08:30 am | MESD AUDITORIUM
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Getting ready for the big day; Dive into tools, tips, rights, and partnerships for a great start to Kindergarten. Designed for families of young children with developmental disabilities. Moving from early childhood to the school years is exciting and can be confusing without tools and mentors to help navigate the transition. Bring your parental exp
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Preschool Sensory Storytime in SE PDX
19 Jan @ 09:30 am | Woodstock Library
This preschool storytime is especially welcoming for children on the spectrum and families who are looking for a smaller, more adaptive library experience. Click here for info about library accessiblility.
Open Saturday at Pearson Field Education Center in Vancouver
19 Jan @ 10:00 am | Pearson Field Education Center
Pearson Field Education Center is the ideal location for families to experience STEM education through aviation. We feature a flight simulator lab, vertical wind table, historic airplanes and a rotating line up of STEM activities. You can even get in the cockpit of one of our historic airplanes! Parking is available in area designated for airport b
Guided Nature Walk at Tryon Creek State Natural Area in SW PDX
19 Jan @ 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 pre-regis
Spanish Story & Play Time in Milwaukie
19 Jan @ 10:30 am | Milwaukie Ledding Library-Milwaukie
Join Portland Early Learning Project for a lively and interactive Spanish story and play time. Get ready to shake maracas and ask for más burbujas (bubbles). Books, songs, and lots of movement make this event fun and engaging for the whole family. No previous Spanish language experience necessary. 
Winter Farmers Mercado in SE PDX
19 Jan @ 11:00 am | Portland Mercado
Support local growers, artisans, and Latino entrepreneurs at the Portland Mercado Every Saturday Dec 22 - Mar 2311am to 3pmKid’s Activities - Live Music
Winter Powwow in SW PDX
19 Jan @ 12:00 pm | PCC Sylvania Campus
20th Annual PCC Winter Pow Wow taking place Saturday, January 19.Grand Entries at 1 pm & 7 pmDoor open: NoonChildren's Activities: noon-9 pmCollege Fair: noon-4 pmFeaturing:Traditional Native American drumming, dancing, crafts and foodFREE ADMISSION AND PARKING — Everyone is welcome!!Free Community Dinner at 5:30 pmRaffle prizes announced in the
Community Print Event: ReclaimMLK Children's March in NW PDX
19 Jan @ 12:00 pm | PNCA
Community is invited to a collaborative printmaking and art event with Don't Shoot Portland, hosted by the MFA in Print Media at Pacific Northwest College of Art, to make signs and artwork for the #ReclaimMLK Annual Children's March on January 20! We will be screen printing signs and producing Art for the #ReclaimMLK Day March! No printmaking skill
Musical Spanish Storytime in NE PDX
19 Jan @ 01:00 pm | Green Bean Books
Join us for another musical Spanish Storytime.
MLK Jr. Event in Gresham
19 Jan @ 01:00 pm | Maggie Mae's Kids Bookshop
Join us at Maggie Mae's as we celebrate the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. We will start our celebration with reading a few books and than create a craft that asks children, "How Would You Change the World?"  
Winter in the Deep Woods in SE PDX
19 Jan @ 02:00 pm | Belmont Library
As fall turns to winter, all the critters in the Deep Woods must prepare for the cold and dark days ahead. Join children's performer Red Yarn as we huddle up and keep warm with classic American folk songs and folktales about the changing seasons. Fox plays a trick in "How Rabbit Lost His Tail," Squirrel stores food, Robin finds shelter, and oth
Comic Book Magnets in Troutdale
19 Jan @ 02:00 pm | Troutdale Library
Come use your creativity to repurpose comic books by cutting out your favorite heroes and villians and then glue them onto glass disks and adding magnets. It's fun and easy! For kids in grades K-5 with their favorite adult. All abilities are welcome. For disability accommodations, call 503.988.5123 or email help@multcolib.org 2-3 days b
Sunday, January 20
MLK Day of Service
20 Jan @ All-day | Portland-Metro Area
As Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” This year, you can answer that question by taking part in MLK Day of Service on January 21 — and yes, you can bring the kids! This guide is list of opportunities for families of varying ages and abilities. 
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