It won’t be hard to have a roaring good time this weekend since there will be lifelike dinos on display at the Armory. If you have smaller tots in your brood (who might not get the whole “life-like” part), check out a youth ballet concert, get schooled at the National Math Festival, or get together with other families to celebrate Earth Day.
Discover the Dinosaurs
Venture back to a time when the dinosaurs roamed the earth at Discover the Dinosaurs UNLEASHED! Experience up-close encounters with a lifelike Stegosaurus, Velociraptor and the king T-Rex in this thrilling walk-through exhibit. Kids can also meet a baby dinosaur, take a spin in the Jurassic Jeeps on the Dino Raceway and visit the Kids Adventure Zone filled with themed bouncy houses, crafts, face painting and more. . Event details.
Maryland Youth Ballet
Maryland Youth Ballet’s Spring Concert features three cool ballets for audiences of all ages. Paquita is a beautiful ballet set to the thrilling music of Minkus. Caroline Goes to the Rodeo is a fun, boot-kicking ballet with music that will have you tapping your feet. And Bach No. 3 is a neo-classic premiere by Christopher Doyle. . Event details.
National Math Festival
The National Math Festival brings together some of the most fascinating mathematicians of our time to inspire and challenge participants to see math in new and exciting ways. Through a day of lectures, hands-on activities, art, films, performances, puzzles, games, children’s book readings, and more, the National Math Festival will bring out the unexpected sides of mathematics for everyone, from toddlers to adults of all ages. . Event details.
Super Run 5K
The Super Run is a national series of 5k running events that partners with non-profit organizations to put on superhero themed events to help raise funds and awareness for their cause. The Super Run, which is for all ages, is here to save your day! . Event details.
Earth Day Family Day
Smithsonian American Art Museum goes green for the 47th annual Earth Day. Follow the rhythms of Bash the Trash as they perform with instruments made from recycled and reused materials, or make artworks inspired by Mother Nature. From trees, to oceans, to critters, come celebrate the many gifts this planet has to give us. . Event details.
‘The Jungle Book’
Mowgli is a human child brought up in the jungles of India by a family of wolves. The embittered tiger Shere Kahn may be stalking him, but Mowgli is a quick learner. His friends, Baloo the goofy bear, and Bagheera, the savvy Jaguar, teach him how to gain the trust of the four-footed hunters, the birds, and the snakes so that he will never be friendless. . Event details.
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