21 posts categorized "Food and Drink"
March 03, 2013
December 04, 2012
Join us Friday, December 7th for a Polar Express themed Parents Night Out from 5:30-9pm. Enjoy a date with your significant other, finish that holiday shopping, take a nap… just enjoy some YOU time and we’ll handle the rest. In addition to a fireside reading of The Polar Express, your child will enjoy hot chocolate, snacks, crafts, and ample time to play with trains. Reservations required; spaces are filling quickly. While priority will be given to preschool aged children and their siblings, this event is open to all children up to age 10. The cost is $20 for the first child and $10 for siblings.
For more information about who we are, check out our website or facebook page!
July 28, 2011
Please join us on Friday, July 29th for a huge sale from 9 AM to 5 PM (EVERYTHING HALF PRICE AFTER 3 PM!!!) The sale will be located in the basement of the Village Free School which is at 8660 SE Foster Rd in Portland.
We have furniture, appliances, books, videos, fabric and crafting supplies, electronics, exercise and outdoor equipment, toys and games, clothing and shoes, and thousands of baby and children's items! If you have kids you don't want to miss this sale! CHILDCARE will be available on a donation basis for part of the day. We will also have baked goods, drinks and coffee!
This sale is a benefit for a local mom who needs to raise money for lawyer fees. She left an abusive relationship and was granted a restraining order, but now the ex has hired a lawyer to try to contest it and get unsupervised access to their son. Please come out and support this worthy cause!
April 26, 2011
As a nanny, I know that your time is valuable and that it is sometimes difficult to get out to run errands with little ones in tow. In addition to caring for some really adorable almost-3-year-olds, I run an all-purpose delivery service in Portland called Whatchoo Need.
We really are all-purpose: We'll be glad to pick up dinner from your favorite place, bring you supplies (diapers! wipes!), grab the few grocery items that you can't quite motivate for, scoop up that rad play pen you found on craigslist when you don't have the time to drive out to Beaverton, drop off your old toys at goodwill, whatever you need!
We charge extremely low delivery fees, enough to cover gas/wear and very very minimally time/labor, and rely on tips, in order to keep our service as accessible as possible. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to place an order, or go ahead and try us out by texting 423.304.8407! (I'm happy to provide more personal information about myself and the other delivery folks, just write with questions!)
Thanks, looking forward to helping you out! We're on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000535624074 and wordpress: whatchooneed.wordpress.com
February 15, 2011
It's Girl Scout cookie time, February 18 - March 13, 2011! Finding your favorites has never been easier: download the free Cookie Locator app by calling **GSCookies (**472665437) from your mobile phone or by searching “Cookie Locator” in the iTunes store or Android Marketplace. The Cookie Locator is also available on our website, GirlScoutsOSW.org.
The Girl Scout Cookie Program teaches girls five essential life skills: goal setting, money management, decision making, business ethics and people skills. Thank you for your support!
December 16, 2010
Check out the great deals at www.efundraiserexpress.com
The Oregon Children's Choir is having an online fundraising auction now through Dec. 22nd at 8pm.
You can get vacations, spa, dining, furniture, toys, clothing, gifts, jewelry, art and more at fantastic prices.
$25 gift cards for $6. China hutch for $15. Toy gift baskets for $5. Music lesson packages for $10. Yakima bike rack $150.
We even offer a Portland area item pick-up on Dec 23rd (in time for xmas) and free January delivery in the Portland metro area for large furniture items.
Please spread the word to your friends, coworkers and family.
Questions or you have something to donate contact Susan at email@example.com
December 14, 2010
Life can be hectic, between balancing work, raising a family, plus all the little time demands that fill up a week. Spud.com is a mother's dream come true. Many families use Spud.com as a way to save themselves time, but still buy the best in organic and natural groceries. Portland's only 100% online grocery store, Spud.com delivers an array of healthy grocery options, prepared meals and eco-friendly home products, plus Oregon beer & wine! It is like a farmer's market to your door, but without all the lines! After a long day at work, you will come home to find your groceries boxed up waiting for your arrival. All perishable items are stored in freezer bags to ensure they stay fresh.
Spud is offering all UrbanMamas a $25 discount. Go to Spud.com and enter PDXEATS to redeem the discount.
December 10, 2010
Shopping on a tight budget? The Chinook Book mobile coupon pack has over $3,000 in coupons for the best green and local merchants, making it easy to drive less and save more! You can be one of 750 to win a coupon pack for free! Visit www.drivelesssavemore.com/chinookbook and play a quick scavenger hunt on the newly expanded Drive Less Save More website. A total of 750 winners will be randomly selected through January 31, 2011. Get yours today!
January 13, 2010
Upstream Public Health, a nonprofit organization, is looking for mamas of children under the age of 12 to share their thoughts on soda consumption by children. Consider attending a focus group session to offer your thoughts and ideas. The session will be held this Friday, January 15, 2010, in the afternoon at Old Wives Tale Restaurant. For details and more info, contact Agnes Balla at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503 284 6390 before Thursday at 2pm.