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Gifts That Keep On Giving: The Best Local Memberships

We’re all for buying a hefty tin of cookies at Costco, but there are other creative ways to get an awesome discount. Many Stumptown businesses offer incredible deals to families who choose to pay a monthly or annual membership fee. Whether you’re needing to gift another family or working on your own holiday wish list, here’s a rundown of some of our fave local memberships that keep giving back.

For The Rain-Phobic: Playdate PDX
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For The Rain-Phobic: Playdate PDX

Give another parent a Royal Player Pass to this massive 7,500-square foot indoor play structure downtown (which offers a café with free wi-fi) and they will likely fall into your arms and weep with gratitude.

Gift It: 25 visits (at 25% off) run $150/per child, $75 per toddler.
Find It: 1434 NW 17th Ave
Online: playdatepdx.com

  1. For The Rain-Phobic: Playdate PDX
  2. For Foodies: Soup Cycle
  3. For the Insatiably Curious: The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)
  4. For Wild Ones: Oregon Zoo
  5. For the Stroller Set: Portland Children’s Museum
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Do you have any to add to our list? Tell us below!

–Stephanie Booth

Click here for more gift ideas and to find out what family activities and events are happening in Portland this Christmas!

Portland Events

The David Show

SE ( map )Jul 28 at 10:30 a.m.

Mo Phillips for Happy Hour

N ( map )Jul 28 at 5 p.m.

Sellwood: Concerts in the Park

Sellwood ( map )Jul 28 at 6:30 p.m.

Yoga for Kids

E Burnside and 18th ( map )Jul 29 at 4 p.m.

Chipper's Preschool Rides

SE ( map )Jul 29 at 9:30 a.m.

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