Posts By: My Family Guide

National Parks: More than the Grand Canyon

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Spring break and summer vacation are right around the corner. Have you started planning your vacation? Still not sure where you want to go? Here is an idea that has worked well for our family – purchase or reference Passport to Your National Parks book. What is the Passport to Your National Parks book? It… Read more »

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Set to Open at Disneyland Resort on May 31 and at Walt Disney World Resort on Aug. 29

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BURBANK, Calif., March 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — In anticipation of high guest interest, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products announced today it will open Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge ahead of schedule at Disneyland Park in California on May 31 and at Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida on Aug. 29. On opening day… Read more »

Heart Shaped Pizza Returns at Pizza Hut

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PLANO, Texas, Feb. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Whether you’ve found your perfect match or are still swiping for that special someone, Pizza Hut is here to remind you that no relationship will leave you more satisfied than the one you have with cheese…pizza. In fact, according to recent survey1 more than 60% of Americans would rather stay… Read more »

The 10 Most Popular Things for Teens in 2019

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The 10 Most Popular Things for Teens in 2019 BURLINGTON, Vt., Jan. 24, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Fuse, a marketing agency specializing in reaching teens and young adults, has released a new report on teens. At the start of a new year, it’s valuable for marketers to consider what is most popular with teens. So, to… Read more »

Screen-Free Entertainment for Kids

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Pinna Introduces Audio-First, Screen-Free Entertainment Service For Kids  The first ad-free, safe space to stream quality podcasts, audiobooks and music encourages active listening for ages 3-8 BROOKLYN, N.Y., Jan. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Pinna LLC, announced the availability of its new audio on-demand, screen-free entertainment service developed and curated exclusively for kids. Consisting of podcasts, audiobooks and music… Read more »

America’s Largest Trampoline Park Invites Families Who Have Been Affected by the Shutdown to Enjoy Its Attractions for Free

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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Sky Zone, the world’s first trampoline park, believes in supporting the communities that are served by its 160+ locations nationwide. Those impacted by the government shutdown have a lot to contend with; and while the brand can’t put an end to the shutdown, Sky Zone can help provide some much-needed fun… Read more »

Train to Christmas Town in Hood River, OR

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The best Santa Train in England is available right around the corner in Hood River, OR HOOD RIVER, Ore., Sept. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Thousands of families enjoyed The Train to Christmas Town in locations across the US last year, but also across the pond in England.  An article about the train in the London Telegraph asked, “Is this the… Read more »

Cruises Make Happier Holidays

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Cruises Make Happier Holidays: While Ship’s Crew Does the Work, Guests Get to Relax, Enjoy Special Celebrations, Festive Atmosphere MIAMI, Sept. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Strange things will be happening on the high seas for Halloween, and Santa Claus will be visiting cruise ships around the world in December. No matter the holiday, cruise lines go all out… Read more »

Breweries in SW Washington that allow Kids

Breweries are becoming a family affair Are you getting tired of taking the kids to the same places every weekend?  Clark County but especially Vancouver is starting to boom with a variety of kid-friendly places that even the adults will enjoy.  The places I’m referring too are breweries and taprooms.  Clark County sat on the… Read more »

Movies are Free or Cheap All Summer

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Movies are either free or cheap, all summer long Watching movies in the summer is a family tradition in our house.  So when I heard about the free or cheap (like $1) movies at our local cinema we made it a weekly date with our kids.  School is letting out or will be soon across… Read more »