This weekend’s all about variety and we’ve got the activities to prove it. With everything from a teddy bear clinic and a marine biologist beach walk, to a chance for kids to perform an experiment alongside a neuroscientist, you’re sure to find something your kids will love on our list. Time to make some memories!
Teddy Bear Clinic
Is your child nervous about doctor visits? Join the KidsQuest Children’s Museum at their Teddy Bear Clinic where kids will get to take their stuffed animal on a pretend check-up journey with real medical students. Plus save time for playing and exploring in the museum when you’re done. Each child ticket includes adoption of a Build-a-Bear Teddy at the end of your visit. Reservations required. Sat. Event details.
Marine Biologist Beach Walk
Explore the fascinating world of low-tide creatures with marine biologist, Emily Pinckney, at Titlow Beach. Then head to the playground for some play time when it’s over. Open for 20 masked, socially-distanced attendees and also livestreamed on Facebook for those who would like to experience the event at home. Reservations required. Sat. Event details.
Celebrate Kodomo no Hi
Join the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Washington as they celebrate Kodomo no Hi virtually. Kodomo no Hi, also known as Children’s Day Festival, is an annual event that encourages children and families to explore and learn about Japanese and Japanese American art, culture, history, food and music. Families can celebrate by watching the new video on Sunday and downloading the Japanese cultural booklets and activity pack for free. Sundays in May. Event details.
Sound Off! 2021
Now in its 20th year, MoPOP’s Sound Off! is the premier 21-and-under music showcase in the Pacific Northwest and this year it’s virtual. Things may look a little different this year, but rest assured audiences and performers alike will still have the opportunity to experience the heart of where music is headed in the Northwest. Tickets are available online using a pay-what-you-can model. Sat. Event details.
Tilth Alliance Edible Plant Sale
Join the Tilth Alliance for their Edible Plant Sale and choose from the largest selection of organically, sustainably and locally grown vegetable plant starts in the Puget Sound region! This year we’re excited to offer even more new varieties to add to your growing garden. Limited capacity, masks and tickets will be required. Fri. Event details.
Kids are welcome to drop in on this class with Kong Academy. In this class, we pair parkour with Social and Emotional learning (SEL) where children will learn to safely progress through basic movements of: jumping, vaulting, climbing, swinging, balancing and rolling while also developing lifelong skills of self-awareness, self-control, social awareness, empathy and responsible decision making. This class builds strength, balance and coordination all while safely growing the kids’ ability to engage and conquer their environment, as well as overcoming obstacles both physically and mentally. Ages 4-5. Sun. Event details.
Meet the Author: Theanne Griffith
The Magnificent Makers series follows Violet and Pablo as they adventure through the Maker Maze, a magical science-filled makerspace. Virtually meet the author and neuroscientist, Theanne Griffith, learn how creative arts and science go hand-in-hand and participate in a science experiment led by Griffith during the program. Registration required. Sat. Event details.