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Breakfast and pictures with the Easter Bunny, followed by crafts and animals.
Help care for the park in celebration of Earth day.
The Pumpkin Theatre releases a play based on the popular children fairy tale centered on a boy and his magic beans that creates a giant beanstalk that goes into the clouds.
Jack and his friend Daisy the cow are given magical beans by a mysterious man and embark on magical adventures. The musical will run as a part of the Pumpkin Theatre's season of "Discovering New Friendships Through Familiar Tales."
Patapsco Valley State Park invites the public to attend an Earth Day survival seminar where you can learn how to build a wilderness shelter. Children welcome.
Families can spend a day playing board games like Mah Jongg and others at the Jewish Museum of Maryland. Staff will be available to instruct participants who are unfamiliar with Mah Jongg and provide special instructions for younger children.
Thomas the train engine stops in his trans-country tour to give preschoolers a delightful ride.
The Y of Central Maryland will host a fun-filled day for children in the pursuit of active lifestyles. The Family Center will feature fitness activities, healthy snacks, and other fun physical activities. Times and specific activities will vary by location.
For the entirety of Earth week, all zoo educational programs center on improving and caring for the world around us.
A clarinet quintet performs Mozart's music inspired by barnyard sounds.
Armed with a flashlight, discover the croaking, nighttime inhabitatns of the park.
Bring the kids out to celebrate spring by letting them create their own birdhouses, learn how to geocache, see a live animal display and more.
Find the frogs and taddpoles living and growing in Robert E. Lee Park!
Eat breakfast alongside some of your favorite animals, including penguins, giraffes, and elephants. Same-day entry to the zoo is included with ticket price.
In honor of screen free week (a hiatus from screen-based entertainemnt), Robert E Lee Park hosts a daytime campfire to show kids that the outdoors can be fun! Kids can snack on s'mores as stories are exchanged.
As part of Screen Free Week (a week-long hiatus from screen-based entertaiment), Robert E. Lee Park is hosting an afternoon of fishing.
Design, build, and test your own moving sculpture.
Classics and modern stories are featured.
The collection of Sesame Street illustrations explores the history of favorite characters such as Cookie Monster, Elmo, Big Bird, Grover, Oscar, Bert, and Ernie.
The eye-catching 4-D film follows SpongeBob on his mission to save all the jellyfish after they've been abducted by Plankton.
This fun event features games, crafts, and entertainment with the specail edition of an Easter Egg hunt where plastic eggs the kids find can be exchanged for chocolate eggs.
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore will host the annual Mary Sue Candies Bunny BonanZOO, featuring egg hunts, games, crafts, and learning activities. Children welcome.
Buy a discounted train-ride ticket to the Mount Clare Museum House when you purchase a regular admission ticket to the B&O Railroad Musuem.
Jewish Community Services is offering a social skills group for middle school age boys who experience challenges with relationships, and a additional group for parents.
Working alongside naturalists, participants can help collect information for the Maryland Amphibian and Reptile Atlas.
Compass Rose Theater presents Shakespeare's classic play about two star-crossed lovers caught between a feuding families.
Brewmore Baltimore, a documentary focusing on the history of beer brewing in the Baltimore region, will be screened for a public viewing at the Heavy Seas Brewery. The film is directed by Nick Kovaci and features local authors Maureen O’Prey and Rob Kasper. Of course, guests will be provided beer in honor of the documentary.
Brooks Tegler sings the music of Cole Porter and translates the compositions of George Gerswin to voice.
Rams Head presents folk-rock duo the Indigo Girls playing at the Maryland Hall.
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