Located in Seattle Center, the Seattle Children's Museum is a world designed for children. Kids can play in kid-sized houses or act out scenes at the Bijou Theatre. There is a special baby/toddler play area with a fun nautical theme for the youngest members of the family. The changing exibits offer hands-on exploration and sensory stimulation for all children! Don't miss the great gift store with high-quality games, books and toys.
This store has an amazing collection of unique toys! There are many toys that I have looked high and low for and could only find here. Their selection of educational toys is impressive and their prices are reasonable. The staff is helpful and friendly.
Jillian is professional, savvy and knowledgeble about the Seattle real estate market. She really takes the time to get to know you and what you are looking for. We only had to go out with her one time and we found the house of our dreams! She is an excellent negotiator and really understands how to protect you during the whole negotiating process. She is simply amazing! I have recommended her to many friends who all rave about her. She is the only agent I will ever use!
Located in The Kids' Club, the Hair Chair is great for getting a good haircut for your children, even a wiggling toddler! The stylists are great with the kids and offer a variety of toys to hold their attention. If it is your child's first haircut, you get a lock of hair in a keepsake card and a free bottle of Paul Mitchell shampoo. Note that prices are set by the stylist rather than by your child's age!
North Seattle Community College offers a great variety of continuing/community education courses. From the practical to the metaphysical, you can find it in their community education course catalog! I have taken several courses through their continuing education department, and have loved all of them! They are inexpensive and offer their courses at convenient times and locations.
PROS: Inexpensive, great teachers, good variety of classes
My husband took our car to Car Tender to have the power steering lines and tires replaced. They improperly balanced the tires, so that the car shook when we were driving. They also improperly installed the power steering lines, causing us to loose our power steering while on the freeway! We had to have the car towed to the nearest BMW dealership to correct the problems. When we requested Car Tenders pay for the repairs, the owner/manager was extremely rude to us, saying that lack of power steering wasn't a safety issue! While they did cut us a check to pay for the repairs and the rental car we had to get, it was a horrible experience all around. I would never go there again!
Nancy came to my son's first birthday party. Wow! She was so great! We had 25 children of varying ages and she was able to capture everyone's imagination and entertain them all. She was interactive and really managed the crowd of children beautifully!
Looking for a great way to connect to other parents in your community and have a fun playdate for your children? Then Seattle Playgroups is for you! Seattle Playgroups organizes playgroups in various neighborhoods in the Seattle area. Visit their Web site for the latest schedule and/or volunteer to lead a playgroup in your area!
The Green Lake Comminity Center has many programs and activities for children. They have art classes, pottery classes, and swimming lessons for all age groups. They also have a fabulous indoor toddler play yard (for all those rainy northwest days when you can't play outside). The staff is great and very helpful.
Susanne Gee is a fabulous dermatologist! I had visited so many doctors, skin clinics and astheticians by the time I found my way to her office - none of them had helped me with my problem skin! She was very patient and understanding. She took the time to listen to me and to fit a regimine to my normal routine. She described all the options available to me. I now have the beautiful, clear, glowing skin I have always dreamed of!