Where and how to try family fat biking.
Where and how to try family fat biking.
How to keep ’em busy!
Get those stir-crazy kids out of the house and into these awesome winter break camps and programs.
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SANCA circus camps

The scoop: No school? No worries! Circus camps over winter break keep kids active, learning and having fun all day. More >>
Ages: 6–17

SCT Drama School

The scoop: New year, new skills. Brighten up your child’s winter with Seattle Children’s Theatre winter session drama classes. More >>
Ages: 3.5–18

Holidays at PacSci

The scoop: Special Planetarium and Laser Dome shows, snowball fights, IMAX movies, ugly sweaters, abominable snowmen and more. More >>
Ages: All

Indoor climbing day camps

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Ages: 3–14

Backup care by the hour

The scoop: Whether you only need a few hours of spot care or full-day backup care, KidsPark has you covered when school is out. More >>
Ages: 2.5–12

Burke Museum winter fun

The scoop: Pretend to create a winter meal, see Ice Age fossils and make winter crafts at the new Burke Museum, now through Jan 5. More >>
Ages: All
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