This weekend, we’re springing forward (don’t forget to set your clocks ahead!) with lots of family fun. For starters, we have a family outing to welcome spring, an educational rock concert, and a musical performance with lots of dancing and swords! We also have a meet up just for dads, a concert with lots of goofy tunes, and a must-see StoryBook Theatre performance. If bicycling is one of your family’s fav sports, be sure to check out the Seattle Bicycle Expo. In addition to more than 250 bicycle vendors, enjoy a super-fun Kids Zone, a performance arena, and two stages of bicycle entertainment! And the Seattle Children’s Chorus’ “Songs of the Heart” concert takes a walk down memory lane as each choir presents their best-loved choral pieces from years past.

Seattle

Spring, Sprang, Sprung!
Take the kiddos on a fun, family outing and wave goodbye to winter and say hello to spring! Seward Park naturalists will lead this enjoyable (and very informative!) moonlight walk and give you a first-hand look at the park at night. See which creatures creep while you sleep and learn about barred owls, mountain beavers, and coyotes. Insider Tip: Put the little ones in a backpack and leave the stroller at home. Fri., 6:00 pm. Seattle. $5. Tickets required. All ages. Event details.

Kindiependent Kids Rock Series: The Board of Education (pictured)
Kindiependent’s brainiest band brings their popular, harmony-rich songs to the Mount Baker Community Club. Kick off the band’s new album, Binary, at this official preview show and sing and dance to a bunch of new tunes (and new faces!). Bonus: Listen to The Board of Education’s latest single (about Star Wars!) on their website. Sat., 10:30 am – 11:30 am. Seattle. $6 to $12. Tickets required. All ages. Event details.

The Noble Child
This Early Music Guild program will feature lots of catchy tunes, dancing, and fencing (yes, we said fencing!). Join local kiddos as they experience an eighteenth-century education at the hands of a time-traveling (fencing and dancing!) master who is very particular about etiquette. Sun., 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm. Seattle. $5 to $10. Tickets required. All ages. Event details.

Eastside

Dads Meet-Up
Here’s a great way for kiddos to spend time with dear ol’ Dad. At this special meet up, dads and tots can spend the morning exploring KidsQuest Museum and working on a special project together. Sat., 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. Bellevue. $7 to $8 (under 1 free). Event details.

Kids’ Cove Concert
Take the kiddos to Bellevue Square and enjoy a family-friendly concert with Eric Ode. Sing (and dance!) along to goofy tunes about pirates, cowpokes, farm folks, and more! And don’t forget, Kids’ Cove concerts take place the second Saturday of the month through August. Sat., 11:00 am. Bellevue. Free. All ages. Event details.

The Frog Prince
We’ve mentioned this before, but it bears repeating since this is your last chance to catch this must-see musical performance. See what happens when Princess Honey finds a very large frog and offers to help her in exchange for a promise. Will Princess Honey decide to keep her promise to a big green frog? Or will she throw him back into the pond? Sun., 11:00 am & 1:00 pm. Everett. $10.Tickets required. Ages 3 and up. Event details.

–Kristina Moy