Here’s your Sunday edition of the weekend wrap-up. As always, if you’re headed North or South of Sounds Fun Mom territory, I invite you to check out the list over at ThriftyNWMom, courtesy of Sia of-Centsible in Seattle. It’s a good one this week! I have a few quick deal reminders in this post. If you’re not interested, just skip this next paragraph….I promise not to have hurt feelings!
A quick reminder that you can still get in a few good, local deals. Groupon is offering a family four pack to the Seattle Children’s Museum for just 15.00 (that’s half off). Now, I actually bought a membership through Savvy Source a couple months back (no longer available, but if you did this one too, make sure to redeem your voucher for a membership card before the end of the month), but I think this Groupon is a great deal if you typically do the museum once a year. You might also consider the deal in the sidebar to the Museum of Glass. We typically hit the MOG on free days, but this deal would give you flexibility. If you have company coming this summer, it’s a good one. If you don’t see these deals right away, look in the sidebar. Groupon is the oldest of the deal sites and totally reputable. They stand behind their deals, and I’ve never had any issues with them.
You can also still score the Parenting magazine deal from Mamapedia. Get two years of Parenting Early Years or Parenting School Years for 8.00 Plus, if you’re new to Mamapedia, you can use code PMAG3A and score two years for just 5.00.QueenBeeCoupons is reporting you need to use code EARLYPMAG to get three dollars off the early years version. I was only sent the first code, but if it doesn’t work, try that one! Honestly, these are the kind of mags I just read in a waiting room, but the early years edition has been coming with Hot coupons, like 10.00 off any purchase in the baby section of Amazon (no babies here, but we can always use shampoo, wipes….) I subscribe basically for the coupons.
With that out of the way, read on for some ways to make your Sunday a fun day!
Need a solution for your big kids’ no school days? Scroll one down for my round-up of Mid Winter break day camps.
Kids and Critters at NW trek continues. Up to four children are free with an adult paying full price. Special activities and a tram ride are included.
Cinderella performance by Mane Stage in Sumner. 2PM
Monday I’ll be adding a few more ideas to this later, when I do your What Sounds Fun This Week list-don’t panic!
Kids and Critters at NW trek continues
You can also go ice skating during President’s Day sessions at Sprinker
Schools, banks, and government offices are closed today. Most everywhere else is open, just expect a crowd!
Know something great I missed? Let me know! Need a quick idea from other area parents? Head on over to the Sounds Fun Mom Facebook page. I also share quick tips, deals, and giveaways there that don’t make it to the blog. Oh, and while you’re there, take a minute to share the page with some friends. You know they’ll thank you!