Monthly Archives: January 2013

Call for Substitute Hike Leaders

Hello Stroller Hikers. Are you willing to lead an occasional event for Stroller Hikes? Sometimes our regular hike leaders are unable to lead scheduled events, and, when possible, we prefer to have a substitute lead a hike rather than canceling the event altogether. If you would like to be added to our list of substitute […]

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Role Play

“Do you want a sandwich?”  “Wheat or white bread?”  “Tomatoes?” As I was playing with my two-year-old daughter Holly, tonight, and she diligently scribbled down my order on her little pad, I was reminded that childhood is the perfect time for role play.  Role play gives kids a chance to try on new shoes, both […]

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Please RSVP for Events!

We know that caring for children is hard, such that making commitments to an outing is difficult, but we hope you can still RSVP if you plan on coming to one or more of our events.  Our event leaders use the poll to see who’s coming, which is inspiring for them and helps in planning […]

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From the Field: Rock Climbing (Sunnyvale)

This week’s submission is an essay written by Stroller Hikes intern Elia Chen, who you may recall contributing to the newsletter four times last year.  We couldn’t resist sharing with you her experience climbing from about a week ago.  See http://strollerhikes.com/events/ to see when the next indoor rock climbing event is scheduled, which is geared for […]

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From the Field: Rock Climbing (Sunnyvale)

We had an understandably low turnout on the first week back to school, but Elia and Max both managed to take up speed climbing, trying to outdo their personal goals for time. Debbie was amazed to see Max climb a 30-foot climb in less than 100 seconds! Join us for indoor rock climbing at Planet […]

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