Kick off October with a tour of a Presidential library, celebrate all things LEGO, or travel the world without leaving your house. And that’s just the beginning. Scroll down for more fun weekend ideas for kids!

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Visit the Museum of Illusions

Get ready to get fascinated when the Museum of Illusions reopens to the public. Safety measures include masks required and a reduced guest capacity. Event Details.

Dance Along with Wonderbound

Join in this series of dance classes with a learning twist! Event Details.

After School Adventures

The family that fights crime together has fun together! Go on a socially distanced scavenger hunt Adventure to solve the mystery of the Pilfered Painting! Event Details.

Tour the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum

Take a virtual tour of The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, where you’ll start in the Oval Office. On Facebook, they’ve posted an accompanying scavenger hunt for the virtual tour. Event Details.

The Big Green Draw 2020: A Climate of Change

The Big Green Draw is the world’s largest drawing festival which celebrates Walt Disney’s contributions to visual arts and vision for a more sustainable earth, This year, experience a unique animal drawing workshop led by a professional wildlife artist, listen to a story about preventing wildfires, create fun and sustainable crafts, and more. Event Details.

LeFrak Center at Lakeside

The LeFrak Center at Lakeside has reopened for boating, biking, roller skating and Splash Pad, with food and drink available for takeaway from the Bluestone Café! Event Details.

BrickCon Online

Calling all LEGO lovers! See hundreds of amazing LEGO creations, interact with current and former LEGO designers, learn from a LEGO Master, watch a fan-made stop motion Brick Film, and so much more at this online celebration of the world-famous bricks. Event Details.

Back-to-School Night Learning Safari

Cure those Back to School Blues by gathering the family for a fun night of learning and laughs! Discover all about the creatures of the night in this interactive, entertaining & always educational virtual animal program. Event Details.

View the World in 360 Degrees

Missing travel? Kids can check out 360-degree views from around the world on this interactive map. 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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