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Scan the QR code, have a map kit sent directly to your house, and find the stickers on our self-guided Sunday Parkways routes.
Scan the QR code, have a map kit sent directly to your house, and find the stickers on our self-guided Sunday Parkways routes.
Play the Sticker Hunt This Weekend + Win Prizes All Summer! (Photo) - 07/23/21

PORTLAND, Ore. (July 23, 2021): Summer is in full swing, and Portland families and friends looking for fun can now play the Kaiser Permanente and Sunday Parkways Sticker Hunt any day of the week. Scan the QR code to have a map kit sent directly to your house, find the stickers on our self-guided Sunday Parkways routes, and text keywords to be entered to win prizes. Those who find all the stickers in the parks along the route can then take their map to Portland Nursery and collect a complimentary 4” herb plant for each route they complete.

Kaiser Permanente and The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) have created five scavenger-style routes that will take explorers across Portland to explore some favorite neighborhood greenways and parks. You can do these adventures any day or time you choose! So far we have launched Sticker Hunts in Southeast PortlandNorth Portland and East Portland. The Green Loop (downtown Portland) route will launch August 1. The Northeast Portland route will be revealed in September. 

Each route highlights Neighborhood Greenways and “Slow Streets," which provide more than 100 miles of low-traffic streets called “Slow Streets,” giving families more space to enjoy a walk, bike ride or stroll safely.

"As the Presenting Sponsor of Sunday Parkways for 14 years, we're thrilled about the way we've been able to reinvent the 2021 season for people of all ages to enjoy every day of the week," said Dr. Deborah Sailler, family medicine physician with Kaiser Permanente Northwest. "There is a strong link between physical activity and mental wellness, so encouraging people to walk, ride and bike the Neighborhood Greenways with friends and family is a great way for everyone to get out and get active, while also allowing us to improve the mental health and resilience of those in our community. And our online activities, like the healthy cooking & eating video we created, provide plenty of mental stimulation, fun and deliciousness right at home.”

How to Play: Explore Portland, Find Stickers, Win Prizes!

  • Sign up to join the Kaiser Permanente Sticker Hunt and win prizes by texting “Resilience” to (844) 874–0050.
  • To download your route maps and stickers or request them by mail, visit:
  • Take your completed map to Portland Nursery for a free 4" herb plant!

More Fun Family Activities at Home

Kaiser Permanente also is hosting a variety of free online health and wellness activities families can do together at home, including health education classes and cooking videos.

“Getting Saucy” is the latest addition to the site, featuring Deborah Sailler, MD, family medicine physician and culinary medicine specialist, and Lauren Chandler, chef educator, in a cook-along presentation families can watch and learn about healing herbs. They whip up a peanut and chimichurri sauce to enhance several grilled veggie and rice noodle summer dishes.

Visit kp.org/sundayparkways/ for new content every week.

Follow us:

For more healthy and fun family content all summer, follow us on Facebook @KPThrive, Twitter @KPNorthwest, Instagram @KPNorthwest, or signup to join our Sticker Hunt at (844) 874-0050 and type in the word “Resilience.”

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For 75 years, Kaiser Permanente has been committed to shaping the future of health and health care — and helping our members, patients, and communities experience more healthy years. We are recognized as one of America’s leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans. Since July 21, 1945, Kaiser Permanente’s mission has been to provide high-quality, affordable health care services and to improve the health of our members and the communities we serve. We currently serve 12.4 million members in 8 states and the District of Columbia. Care for members and patients is focused on their total health and guided by their personal Permanente Medical Group physicians, specialists, and team of caregivers. Our expert and caring medical teams are empowered and supported by industry-leading technology advances and tools for health promotion, disease prevention, state-of-the-art care delivery, and world-class chronic disease management. Kaiser Permanente is dedicated to care innovations, clinical research, health education, and the support of community health.

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