Families looking for spectacular ways to spend time together this weekend have lots of choices. It starts with the opening weekend of the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival and ends with Easter “hoppenings” everybunny will love. Here’s where to find your fun this weekend!
Visit an old favorite
It’s re-opening weekend at MOHAI. Get your timed tickets and bring your masks to explore your favorite exhibits with the kids. Plus, check out the museum’s latest, Stand Up Seattle: The Democracy Project, while you’re there. Sat.-Mon. Event details.
Sit back with Storybook Theater
It’s the story of Chicken Little and the power of telling the truth, as told by the players of the Storybook Theater. Register to enjoy this production at your convenience. Parents can find educational guides and fun activities online that they can pair with the experience, too. Through April 16. Event details.
Join a park ranger on a hike to learn Bellevue’s animal signs. We’ll look for prints, feathers and even scat to see what’s been happening in the park. Best for children ages 5-10 with accompanying adult(s). Registration required. Sun. Event details.
Shake, rattle and roll
Explore fun rhymes and dance to exciting rhythms with our friends in the Seattle Symphony percussion section. We’ll shake, rattle and clap along to the beat with host John Turman, who will be joined by Seattle Symphony percussionists for this musical adventure. Fri. Event details.
Go forest bathing
Leave your Discover Pass at home, because this weekend, the State Parks are inviting visitors to enjoy the state’s best forests, beaches and rivers for free. It’s a spring celebration worth taking advantage of! Sat. Event details.
Watch a family variety show
The Seattle Moisture Festival has presented the best in comedy/varieté entertainment for 16 years. This year, join the group of wildly assorted performers (magicians, contortionists, jugglers, acrobats and more) online for a virtual smorgasbord of fun. Fri.-Mon. Event details.