If we can believe the forecast, there just might be some snow on the ground mid-week so who knows what conditions will be like this weekend. But here’s hoping that if the white stuff falls, it will melt, since we have plenty of fun things to do, see and hear. Consider: Dancing dogs, postcard making, storytime, game night, a mid-day musical jam and a meet and greet with some slithery reptiles. Plus don’t forget this Thursday is National Rubber Ducky Day and you can celebrate at The Children’s Museum, Seattle, where there will be a Ride the Ducks parade plus ducky races and quack-filled music and story time.

Seattle

Seattle Children Theatre’s Go, Dog. Go!
What could possibly be more delightful to watch than dogs singing, dancing and climbing trees? Not much, as proves SCT’s fun adaptation of P.D. Eastman’s famous picture book. Fri.-Sun., various times, through March 13, Seattle, $17 to $37. Event details

Brian Waite Band Concert
Take a mid-day break for some toe-tapping, finger-snapping musical enjoyment, courtesy of the always entertaining Brian Waite Band. P.S. Don’t forget to ask about the cool kids’ music classes Waite does at Dusty Strings! Sat., 11 a.m. to noon, Seattle, Free. Event details

Family Fun Day at the Wing Luke Museum
The Littles get to make cool New Year’s postcards (a Japanese tradition) out of recycled materials. Bonus: they get to do it alongside Sansei artist Mizu Sugimura. Sat., 1 to 3 p.m., Seattle, Free. Event details

Eastside

Slithering Snakes at Lewis Creek Park
Got a young ophiophilist in your fam? (Hint: That means snake lover.) This naturalist-led program teaches all about them, why they are important, and even lets kiddos touch them. (For ages 6 and up; registration required). Sat., 10:30 to 11:30a.m., Bellevue, $5. Event details

No Name-Calling Storytime at Barnes and Noble
Kids ages 3 to 8 get to learn how to stand up to bullies at this special story time that features readings from books that teach kids how to celebrate everyone’s uniqueness. Sat., 11 a.m., Bellevue, Free. Event details

Family Game Night at KidsQuest Museum
Take a little breather from the boob tube and head to KidsQuest for game board fun and light snacks. Thurs., 5 to 8 p.m., Factoria, $7.50. Event details