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Portland at Play is a proud winner of a 2006 Telly Award, an award honoring outstanding local, regional, and cable TV programs, as well as the finest video and film productions.

In addition to the following print reviews, Portland at Play has also been featured on Portland's KOIN 6 Good Morning Northwest, KATU's AM Northwest, as well as on radio.

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Video Librarian Magazine
November-December 2006

3 1/2 stars(out of 4)
"...watching this overview of Portland-area parks, zoos, libraries, train rides, museums, children's theatre, and splashing fountains made me want to pack up the kids and travel 2,000 miles to visit. ... Essential for West Coat libraries, this is so well-done that larger travel collections around the U.S. should also consider. Highly recommended.
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Portland Monthly Magazine
April 2006

"Portland at Play is a blessedly watchable godsend for wrung-out parents tired of going to the same places every Saturday.  With season-by-season activities and places to visit, native Portlanders and recent transplants alike will find it indispensable."
Portland Tribune
April 7, 2006

Adventure DVD: Guide helps families get out and play

"New parents and new Portland residents as well as more seasoned ones stuck in a rut can find inspiration from “Portland at Play,” a DVD guide that illustrates plentiful and fun activities for families. An immense amount of information is packed into the locally produced DVD’s 53 minutes. Web addresses are offered every step of the way. The picture quality is sharp and colorful, and the original music, by Vivek Maddala with special guest George Brooks on tenor sax, mixes peppy jazz with a little bit of funk..." [Read complete review]

Portland Family Magazine
April 2006 issue

New DVD a must for planning your next family outing

"...Whether you’re new to Portland or a longtime resident, there is info to be gleaned here... Activities and attractions are recommended by local families,  are well-balanced, and located on the east & west sides, as well as at the Gorge & coast... Discover something new or revisit places you’ve forgotten were so fun.  Whatever you choose, do it with your kids." [Read complete review]

Portland Picks

“What Are We Going to do Today?!?”

"...Not only does it answer that question with visual tours of many of the terrific kid-friendly activities and attractions in and around Portland ...but it also really makes our city look pretty great to folks that don't have kids..." [Read complete review]

The Oregonian
March 9, 2006

DVD paints a picture of where to go with kids

"Portland at Play, a 53 minute DVD...takes viewers on a visual romp through the city and surrounding areas...

 

OregonLive.com:
Family Friendly Portland

"Recently, I had the opportunity to have a few mama pals review the DVD. Overall, they loved it. It is a beautifully produced DVD, with beautiful shots of the places that make Portland one of the most livable and family-friendly cities...One mama commented that the DVD would have been perfect when she first moved here a couple of years ago. For those of us who have lived here forever, it was a nice reminder of why we live here and what we love about this area..."

Portland Baby Zone
www.portland.babyzone.com

"Whether you're new to Portland, visiting with kids, or a long time resident, you'll find a wealth of information on Portland at Play... The guide is easy to navigate, fun to watch, and filled with great images and ideas to make the most of your Portland stay. From parks and playgrounds, to farms and forests, you'll find something to please every kid in your caravan."

Metro Parent magazine
January 2006

Portland at Play, a Family Fun Guide, Debuts

"Created for visitors, new residents and native Portlanders with young families, Portland At Play has ideas for fun things to do any day of the year, rain or shine..."

 

 

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