There are fun events for everyone happening this weekend.You still have a chance to celebrate Women’s History Month with this Amelia Earhart-inspired cooking class or this sports day honoring women and girls in sports. Plus, it’s the final weekend for ArtRink – be sure to get your tickets for their closing party. That’s just some of what’s happening this weekend for kids and families. Scroll down for even more event picks.

Flip Circus

Imagine a show where your seat gives you an intimate, up close, and personal interaction with the artists. That is Fl!p Circus, the latest show created by the Vazquez family, a 4th generation family of circus performers. Event Details.

Family Art Project

Observe the unusual shapes of the enchanting orchid flower. Working with large pieces of construction paper and floral templates, you’ll make orchid-inspired prints that are easy for all. Event Details.

Family Fun Hike: Welcome Spring

Hike through the woods and use your senses to find spring! After the interactive walk, you will have a chance to decorate your own flowerpot and plant some seeds. Event Details.

The Rock and Roll Playhouse Residency

Dance, play and rock out with the band to top rock hits, experience the classics every month with a fun twist the whole family can enjoy! Event Details.

Family Fun: Irish Dance

Learn the basics of Irish dance in this exciting class that uses traditional dance reels to understand the unique sounds of Irish music. Event Details.

Celebrating Girls & Women in Sports Day

Enjoy a day filled with sports, arts, and more, like lacrosse, basketball, volleyball, fitness classes, jumbo games, or challenge yourself on the Grit N’ Wit obstacle course. Event Details.

ArtRink Closing Party

Play in the mini playhouse village, climb on the Nest climbing structure, and lace up your skates one last time to glide on the synthetic-ice skating rink under the twinkling lights. For this special night, the rooftop will be illuminated with light installations, including a Neon Lounge. Event Details.

Kidz Cook: Women’s History Month

Did you know Amelia Earhart’s favorite dish was tomato soup? Celebrate Women’s History Month by learning how to make some with Ms. Becky and learn ways to take it on a flight with you and your friends. Event Details.

Spring Children’s Garden Family Day

Get your hands dirty with planting activities and garden crafts in the Children’s Garden and learn about all the outstanding garden and nature programs for children ages 2 to 12. Event Details.

Living History: Making Black Dolls

Join historical interpreters to explore materials, such as cotton, silk, glass, and porcelain, historically used to create dolls like the ones on view. Then, make your own doll. Event Details.


There are tons more events on our calendar – be sure to check them out all week long!


–  Jesseca Stenson

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