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Candy Drop Off Location

2016 Candy Drop Off Locations: Arizona KidStop Specialty Toys and Books 6990 E Shea Blvd #103, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 California The Rec Room 3222 Adeline St., Berkeley CA SF Gymnastic 1405 Fillmore St, San Francisco, CA Palo Alto Sport Shop and Toy Store  526 Waverley St, Palo Alto, CA Books and Cookies 2309 Main St,…


Why We Walk to say FAREwell to Food Allergies!

Why We Walk To Say FAREwell to Food Allergies! Could you imaging being diagnosed with a medical condition that will cause you and your family to live at a heightened sense of alert for the rest of your life? A food allergy reaction sends someone to the ER every 3 minutes, and accounts for over 300,000 visits…


Tillywig TOP FUN Award Winner

EXCITING NEWS! The Switch Witch has been awarded the Tillywig TOP FUN Award! Each year, Tillywig rounds up the best children’s products, parenting products, and educational products available in today’s marketplace and The Switch Witch was one of them! The Tillywig Awards Program focuses on organizing and delivering the best products straight to consumers, retailers, and the media. They…


2016 National Parenting Product Award Winner!

We are so exited to announce that The Switch Witch has been named a 2016 National Parenting Product Award winner!  The National Parenting Product Award (NAPPA) has been awarded to exceptional toys, games, books, music and more for over 25 years. NAPPA is a celebrated resource for parents and professionals seeking the best products for kid…



The Red Tricycle- 11 Ways to Use Leftover Halloween Candy

See Ya Sugar! 11 Ways to Use Leftover Halloween Candy “After the mini ghosts and goblins have eaten their share of trick-or-treating treasures and finished finagling the coveted mini Twix for two bags of plain M&Ms, the real question remains: What will you do with the pile of leftover Halloween candy left after the big night?…



Will You Switch Your Witch This Halloween?

“Switch Witch and the Magic of Switchcraft creator Audrey Robertson Kinsman ’99 has put her own twist on Halloween. Mother of two boys, one of whom has a severe food allergy, Kinsman is building a new Halloween tradition around witches who magically “switch” candy for a book or toy on Halloween night. With an estimated…