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Are You Going on a Road Trip?


April 12, 2013

There's a Macaroni Kid guide ready for you!

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Ready to take a road trip?  Let Macaroni Kid be your guide of what’s going on in communities throughout Washington!

Did you know that Macaroni Kid is an international company?  To date there are more than 500 Macaroni Kid communities throughout the United States, Canada, and even one in Trinidad. 

In Washington State, there are 9 Macaroni Kid communities.  If you’re thinking about taking a road trip for spring break, this summer or at any time, why not let Macaroni Kid be your guide? Below is a list of the Washington State Macaroni Kid websites and the areas they cover.  Each of these is just like Macaroni Kid Snoqualmie Valley-Issaquah, providing a complete list of local events and activities for kids and families to enjoy. 

Gig Harbor - Fox Island, Long Branch, Wauna, Artondale, Vashon Island, Anderson island

Kitsap - Port Orchard, Bremerton, Silverdale, Poulsbo, and Bainbridge

North Sound- including Lake Forest Park, Edmonds, Shoreline, Mountlake Terrace, Brier, Lynnwood and Mill Creek

Skagit - La Conner, Anacortes, Mount Vernon, Burlington, Sedro Woolley, Concrete

Snoqualmie Valley - Issaquah - Issaquah, Sammamish, Fall City, Snoqualmie, and North Bend

South Puget Sound - Tacoma, Auburn, Bonney Lake, Burien, Federal Way, Des Moines, Puyallup, Renton, Gig Harbor, Olympia, Tukwila, Maple Valley, Enumclaw, Renton

The Eastside - Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Woodinville, Bothell, and Kenmore

West Seattle

and our home, Whidbey Island!

And it goes beyond Washington State!  Maybe you’re traveling to a new place soon or you are already dreading that trip to your Aunt Susie’s where it’s always hard to find fun things for the kids. 

Check out www.macaronikid.com and select the state you are visiting.  Then check the pull down menu to see if there is a Macaroni Kid for the area you’re visiting.  If there is, you have an instant guide to all of the local fun things to do with your kids!  Bet you won’t find this stuff in a guidebook!

Finally, do you have a friend who lives across the country looking for a fun job with hours she chooses?  Maybe she would be interested in starting a Macaroni Kid for her community?  It’s a great opportunity for someone who wants to work from home!  Just email me for details! ([email protected])

 


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