Mother’s Day is right around the corner! Sign up your child today and they can make this cool Basket Planter! Add a flower and soil and they’ll have the perfect Mother’s Day gift! Reserved kits can be picked up in-store at our customer service desk on Saturday, May 8th or Sunday, May 9th. If your kit is not picked up by 8 p.m. on Sunday, May 9th, it may be given to a non-registered customer.
Is your child struggling to learn how to ride their bike?
REI offers step by step, engaging activities that’ll get them rolling in no time. Their kid-friendly instructors will provide a combination of personalized and group instruction to help overcome fears, teach important skills such as starting and stopping, and help them understand how to maneuver their bike around obstacles.
WHAT YOU NEED: Students should arrive with their own bike with the training wheels removed. They should be able to sit on the seat with their feet flat on the ground.
REI Gear provided:
Bike Tools – Items necessary for making quick adjustments and repairs in the field.
Bike pump – A portable bike pump that is attached to the bike.
Group First Aid Kit – Contents include wound care items and over the counter medications for minor injuries and illness
AGES: This class is for children 5-11 years old, and accompanying adults will be expected to support their budding cyclist throughout.
WHEN: Sessions open on December 12th at Alpharetta Location
Hey, Million Bazillionaires! Jed and Bridget are hard at work on season two of our show. But to get it over the finish line, we need a favor (or two)! Kids, we need your money questions! You can send them to us, with a grown-up’s help, here. Grown-ups, we need your help closing a funding gap for our new season! Your donation will be matched dollar-for-dollar at marketplace.org/givemillion! Please help us reach our $50,000 goal!
Does your kid constantly mess with their mask? This video shows simple mask wearing etiquette for students in schools (or out in public). It was created for teachers and schools to use as an education tool in the classroom for the 2020-2021 school year.
Hey fourth graders! See America’s natural wonders and historic sites for free.
What: families with a 4th grader get a FREE 1 Year National Parks Pass! The pass grants you free access to national parks, forests, wildlife refuges and more! The 4th grader and everyone in the vehicle gets in for free. NOTE: This freebie is valid through August 2021.