FAMILY FUN: Annapolis St. Patrick’s events segue to Cherry Blossom Festival

March 14, 2017 - garden totes

There is always fun to be had when St. Patrick’s Day weekend and a commencement of open rolls around.

However, anticipating that fun with your whole family can be a small difficult, as a bars in downtown Annapolis tend to get filled early and mostly with revelers.

The Eastport-Annapolis Neck Community Library, 269 Hillsmere Dr., is charity a fun St. Patrick’s Day Scavenger Hunt Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to offer something usually for kids. Just dump in.

Follow clues to find a leprechauns dark in a library…and a esteem during a end. Visit aacpl.net/location/eastport for some-more information.

Saturday during Port Discovery is Thomas Friends Day, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is giveaway with museum entry, that is $14.95 for people ages 2 and up. Members and children younger than 2 years are certified for free.

Fans of Thomas a Tank Engine won’t wish to skip Port Discovery’s special Thomas Friends Day in jubilee of a Thomas Friends: Explore a Rails exhibit. Make Thomas a Train magnets, epitome sight artwork, sight whistles and sight totes. Have fun with pop-up scholarship projects that try a scholarship behind trains, elementary machines and engineering by interactive demonstrations and experiments. Also suffer live song from a roaming musician, Mr. Norman, and an interactive chronicle of a limited-time usually play, The Little Engine that Could by Watty Piper, achieved during Port Discovery with special accede from Penguin Random House.

Sunday during Port Discovery is Super Sunday, a family fun day, from noon to 5 p.m., filled with trains, music, art and more. Enjoy Choo-Choo Circle Time, pop-up art projects, Jingle Jangle Music Time, a Percussion Garden and Kamishibai Story Time that will make your imagination go wild. Admission is giveaway with museum entry.

Saturday night is Tween Night during Clay Bakers in Annapolis. Kids age 10 to 14 can come in and paint pottery with friends from 6 to 9 p.m. Pizza and splash are enclosed and staff will be on palm to learn techniques and give instruction when needed. Cost is enclosed in cost of pottery chosen. Visit www.theclaybakers.com for some-more info.

The National Cherry Blossom Festival began Thursday and goes by Apr 16. This smashing family fun jubilee is a good tradition for families in a area and now is a time to go, as a blossoms are early this year.

The Tidal Basin Welcome Area ANA Performance Stage, 1501 Maine Ave. SW, facilities musicians and performances from noon until during slightest 6 p.m. any day by Apr 2, and there are many other events holding place over a subsequent month.

Explore a full report during http://www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org/category/events/

Tawes Garden in Annapolis, dilemma of Rowe Blvd. and Taylor Ave., will horde a Discover Nature Children’s Program-Four Leaf Clover on Wednesday during 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. This monthly module is geared toward children ages 2 to 4 years and lasts for an hour. You will speak about four-leaf clovers, review a associated story, travel by a garden, and do a craft. The cost for any child for any event is $1. Please call Ranger Jay Myers during 410-260-8184 in allege to pointer up.

Celebrate Women’s Month during a Eastport-Annapolis Neck Community Library this Wednesday night during 6 p.m. with Women’s Movie Night / Noche de Cine para Mujeres. McFarland, USA is an desirous PG-rated sports play formed on tangible events when a cranky county lane group done adult of impecunious Latino students, wins a state championship as a outcome of village support, support and desiring in any other even in a midst of difficulties. Enjoy this film in Spanish denunciation with English Subtitles. Snacks and doorway prizes provided. The module is supposing in partnership with Georgetown East and Tyler Heights Elementary Hispanic Mom’s Groups, and orderly by AACPS Bilingual Facilitators. Visit http://www.aacpl.net/events/womens-movie-night-noche-de-cine-para-mujeres-93362 for some-more information.

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