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30+ Things to Do With Kids This Week Around Philly and the Main Line

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All Week

Sid the Science Kid: The Super-Duper Exhibit!’

Daily through May 6

Please Touch Museum, 4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia

 

Using the settings and situations from the PBS show, kids will discover and investigate everyday science questions through age-appropriate lessons and experiments in this super-duper interactive exhibit!

Crocs: Ancient Predators in a Modern World’

Daily through May 6

Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia

 

Get up close to crocodilians with nearly a dozen live species, as well as realistic models and interactive elements at the Academy of Natural Science’s newest exhibit.

‘Hamilton: The Constitutional Clashes That Shaped a Nation’

Through December 31

National Constitution Center, 525 Arch St., Philadelphia

 

Walk in Alexander Hamilton’s shoes (literally) and learn more about the Founding Father whose life has fascinated Americans for centuries. This exhibit focuses on the intellectual and political conflicts between Hamilton and his contemporaries, including Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and John Adams, and of course, Aaron Burr (that one was a bit more personal). It’s included with museum admission.

‘Game Masters’

Through September 3

The Franklin Institute, 222 N. 20th St., Philadelphia

 

Showcasing the work of over 30 innovative game designers, “Game Masters” takes visitors on an interactive journey inside their favorite video games. The exhibit features over 100 playable games, as well as the opportunity to learn the stories of the designers and see the evolution of favorite games from concept art to what we know today.

Spring Break at the Museum of the American Revolution

Through April 8

101 S. Third St., Philadelphia

 

Join educators in the Patriots Gallery every day at 11 am as they demonstrate activities and crafts from the Revolutionary period. Topics will include shoemaking, tailoring, fencing, and the work of the men, women, and children who supported the Continental Army.

Opening Week at Philly InMovement Bella Vista

April 2 — 7

610 S. Percy St., Philadelphia

 

InMovement is opening a second location this week, and for its opening week there will be Open Play every day! Check out the schedule, and come burn off some energy!

‘Snow White’

In previews beginning April 4

Arden Theatre Co., 40 N. Second St., Philadelphia

 

Two actors perform all the roles in this world premiere production of the beloved fairy tale. Look for our review later this week!

Monday

Passover Celebration

April 2 and 3, 9:00 am — 5 pm

Please Touch Museum, 4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia

 

Celebrate Passover through art, stories, and play at this pop-up holiday celebration. There will be a pretend Seder, storytime, songs, and even matzo art!

Music Monday with Roots with Ruark

April 2, 10 — 10:30 am

Lulu’s Casita, 6 Cricket Ave., Ardmore

 

Join Ruark for music circle, then stay after and play at Lulu’s.

Magic Monday

April 2, noon — 2 pm

Elmwood Park Zoo, 1661 Harding Blvd., Norristown

 

Elmwood Park Zoo is hosting an exciting afternoon of tricks, illusions, and magical fun for all ages. There will be magic shows throughout the afternoon, and a Magical Science Lab featuring multiple hands-on experiments.

Read With A Dog!

April 2, 4:30 pm

Free Library of Philadelphia, Falls of Schuylkill Branch, 3501 Midvale Ave., Philadelphia

 

Come read to Wally, a certified therapy dog who loves to have children read books to him! Kids can practice reading in a judgment-free zone, and make this doggy’s day!

Messy Monday Sensory Art

April 2, 4:30 — 5:30 pm

Baby Wordplay, 2227 Grays Ferry Ave., Philadelphia

 

Children ages 18 months-3 years are encouraged to get messy and explore the stations at their own pace. Dress to get messy and leave the mess behind!

Tuesday

Passover Celebration

April 3, 9:00 am — 5 pm

Please Touch Museum, 4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia

 

Celebrate Passover through art, stories, and play at this pop-up holiday celebration. There will be a pretend Seder, storytime, songs, and even matzo art!

Museum Playdate

April 3, 10:30 — 11:30 am

Penn Museum , 3260 South St., Philadelphia

 

Learn about the heroes and heroines of Ancient Greece through story time in the gallery, touchable artifacts, hands-on activities, and crafts. This monthly program is for kids ages 3-5 and includes a small snack.

Music Monkey Jungle at Reading Terminal Market

April 3, 10 — 10:30 am

51 N. 12th St., Philadelphia

 

Sing, dance, move, and have a rockin’ good time with Music Monkey Jungle. Admission is free and open to the public.

‘One Book Every Young Child’ Preschool Storytime

April 3, 10:30 am

Free Library of Philadelphia, David Cohen Ogontz Branch, 6017 Ogontz Ave., Philadelphia

 

Celebrate “One Book, Every Young Child” with a storytime featuring this year’s selection: My Cousin Momo by Zachariah Ohora. This program highlights the importance of early literacy development in preschoolers, and the significance of reading early and often to children.

Preschool Explorers

April 3, 1:30 — 2:15 pm

Media-Upper Providence Free Library, 1 E. Front St., Media

 

Kids ages 3-5 will make spring suncatchers.

Zoo on Wheels

April 3, 4 pm

Free Library of Philadelphia, West Oak Lane Branch, 2000 E. Washington Lane, Philadelphia

 

Learn about birds, mammals, and reptiles with a visit from the Philadelphia Zoo’s Little Zoo on Wheels with live animals.

Read to Pet PALS

April 3, 5 — 6 pm

Penn Wynne Library, 130 Overbrook Parkway, Wynnewood

 

PALS for life will bring therapy animals (dogs, cats, bunnies, etc) as reading partners for independent readers. Registration is required.

Pajama Storytime

April 3, 7 — 7:30 pm

Haverford Township Free Library 1601 Darby Road, Havertown

 

Enjoy good night tales before heading to bed.  This program is for children of all ages and their caregivers. Children are encouraged to come dressed in their favorite jammies!

Wednesday

Little Explorers: Growing Plants, Growing Minds

April 4, 10 — 11:30 am

Bartram’s Garden, 5400 Lindbergh Blvd., Philadelphia

 

This monthly program is for kids ages 2-4, and includes activities, performances, snacks, and walks through the garden. This month, search the garden for young greens sprouts and learn about the baby plant inside of every seed, then plant a seed to grow at home.

Child’s Play Series: Sheep

April 4, 10 am and 1 pm

Peter Wentz Farmstead, 2030 Shearer Road, Lansdale

 

Learn about our wooly friends, visit the sheep that live at the farm, and make a wool craft to take home.

Book Nook Storytime

April 4, 10 — 10:30 am

Reading Terminal Market, 51 N 12th St., Philadelphia

 

This program, in partnership with The Free Library of Philadelphia, is geared towards children ages 3 to 5.

Not a Peep Sleep Workshop

April 4, 10 — 11:30 am

PlayArts, 1241 N. Front St., Philadelphia

 

During this 1.5 hours workshop, sleep expert Maria Lopez will teach you about the science of children’s sleep, why problems occur, how to prevent them, and how to troubleshoot your current issues. This class addresses sleep issues for children at any age.

First Wednesday at the Please Touch Museum: Please Touch, Smell, See, and Hear

April 4, 4 — 7 pm

4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia

 

On the first Wednesday of every month, Please Touch Museum is open until 7 pm for two extra hours of play, and offers $2 per person admission from 4 pm on. Through a partnership with Vetri’s Mobile Teaching Kitchen, chefs young and old will learn how to how to cook fresh produce. Also, the School District of Philadelphia will be on-site with information about kindergarten registration and readiness.

Stop-Motion Animation Workshop

April 4, 4 — 5 pm

Media-Upper Providence Free Library, 1 E. Front St., Media

 

Kids ages 6-8 will use toys, LEGOs, and an iPad app to create simple stop-motion scenes.

Main Line Parent & Philadelphia Family Neighbors Issue Release Party

April 4, 6 — 9 pm

Ivory Tree Portraits, 21 West Ave., Wayne

 

Join us as we celebrate the release of the Main Line Parent & Philadelphia Family Neighbors Issues! The party will feature hors d’oeuvres and dessert from Harvest Seasonal Grill, champagne and wine, the opportunity to meet the Family Focus Media team, and a chance to network with the businesses who we partnered with to make this issue our best yet!

Thursday

‘One Book Every Young Child’ Preschool Storytime at the Free Library of Philadelphia

April 5

10 am, Philadelphia City Institute, 1905 Locust St., Philadelphia

10:30 am, South Philadelphia Library, 1700 S. Broad St., Philadelphia

11 am, Falls of Schuylkill Library, 3501 Midvale Ave., Philadelphia

 

Celebrate “One Book, Every Young Child” with a storytime featuring this year’s selection: My Cousin Momo by Zachariah Ohora. This program highlights the importance of early literacy development in preschoolers, and the significance of reading early and often to children.

‘The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley Jr.’

April 5, 10:30 am

Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St., Philadelphia

 

This fun-filled musical is based on the popular children’s book series about a kid who dreams of adventure, and then gets his wish when he wakes up flat and can easily travel all over the world by envelope! Flat Stanley has inspired countless kids over the years to mail their own Flat Stanley throughout the world to go on new adventures. The April 5 performance will be ASL and audio described as well.

Phillies Opening Day Block Party 

April 5, noon — 3 pm

1 Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia

 

The boys are back in town! Before the Phillies’ home opener (and even if you’re not going to the game), come early to celebrate with a free pre-game event that features entertainment, food, a huge Ferris wheel, face painters, and more!

Yoga for Kindergarten and Up

April 5, 4:45 pm

Free Library of Philadelphia, Andorra Branch, 705 E. Cathedral Road, Philadelphia

 

Stretch, bend, and pose (and if you happen to have a yoga mat, feel free to bring it). For school-aged kids, Kindergarten and up.

 

Friday

First Friday Craft at Ludington Library

April 6, 10 am — noon

5 S. Bryn Mawr Ave., Bryn Mawr

 

Come to the arts corner for a fun craft, accompanied by music.

Spring Storytime

April 6, 10:30 – 11:30 am

Ryerss Museum and Library, 7370 Central Ave., Philadelphia

 

Stories, singing, and crafts about chicks, lambs, and ducklings! For kids ages newborn to 5.

Storytime

April 6, 10:30 — 11:15 am

Morris Arboretum, 100 E. Northwestern Ave., Philadelphia

 

Celebrate spring with a fun and engaging reading session with a local librarian.

‘The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley Jr.’

April 6, 10:30 am

Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St., Philadelphia

 

This fun-filled musical is based on the popular children’s book series about a kid who dreams of adventure, and then gets his wish when he wakes up flat and can easily travel all over the world by envelope! Flat Stanley has inspired countless kids over the years to mail their own Flat Stanley throughout the world to go on new adventures.

Kids’ First Fridays: Circus Arts

April 6, 3:30 pm

Philadelphia City Institute, 1905 Locust St., Philadelphia

 

Learn juggling, plate spinning, and feather balancing with the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts during this month’s First Friday at Philadelphia City Institute.

Parents’ Night Out

April 6, 6 — 9pm

Nest Center City, 1301 Locust St., Philadelphia

 

Drop your (potty-trained) little ones off for a fun-filled theme night including pizza, crafts, gym time, and more while you get out for some adult fun!

First Friday Babysitting Night

April 6, 5 — 8 pm

Nest Chestnut Hill, 10 W. Gravers Lane, Philadelphia

 

Enjoy an adult night out while your kids play at Nest!

First Friday Family Happy Hour

April 6, 5 — 7 pm

PlayArts, 1241 N. Front St., Philadelphia

 

Enjoy happy hour with adults while your kids play! This month, Love City Brewing and Slice (providing gluten-free and dairy-free pizza options too) will be there providing refreshments, as well as a DJ in house!

BYOB and Pizza Night

April 6, 4 — 7:30pm

Lulu’s Casita, 6 Cricket Ave., Ardmore

 

Lulu’s is open until 7:30 pm for more fun, BYOB and pizza starting at 4 pm. Parents can relax with some adult beverages while kids tire themselves out before bedtime.

Philadelphia Events

All Weekend

Animal Superhero Weekend

April 7 and 8, 10 am — 5 pm

Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia 

 

How much do the superheroes of the animal kingdom inspire the superheroes (and supervillains) of comic books and movies? More than you think! Explore the real-life super abilities of animals from around the world with live animal shows, activity stations, and crafts! Save $2 when you come in your favorite superhero costume!

Dog Parties at Pet Friendly Dog Bakery

April 7 and 8, noon

4324 Main St., Philadelphia 

 

Come to this adorable Manayunk spot to party with your furry friends this weekend. Play with toys in the indoor dog lounge or outdoor puppy patio, and have free treats and drinks! Saturday is Hound Hoedown, while Sunday will be the Bully Breed Bonanza.

‘The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley Jr.’

April 7 and 8, 11 am

Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St., Philadelphia

 

This fun-filled musical is based on the popular children’s book series about a kid who dreams of adventure, and then gets his wish when he wakes up flat and can easily travel all over the world by envelope! Flat Stanley has inspired countless kids over the years to mail their own Flat Stanley throughout the world to go on new adventures.

Citizen Science Lab

April 7 and 8, 11 am, 1 pm, and 3:30 pm

Independence Seaport Museum, 211 S. Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia

 

The museum will host hands-on, interactive experiences centered around water, with a focus on the Delaware River’s biology, ecology and chemistry, plus language arts, history and basic engineering.

Saturday

Liberty Lands Market

April 7, 9 am — 3 pm

913 N. Third St., Philadelphia

 

This seasonal market offering fresh local produce, crafts, baked goods, and more re-opens this Saturday.

Sarah Jacoby and Greg Pizzoli at Head House Books

April 7, 10 am

619 S. Second St., Philadelphia

 

Sarah Jacoby and Greg Pizzoli, two local children’s book authors, will be in the store on Saturday morning for a special children’s story time–maybe even some crafts and treats! Jacoby will be reading from her debut picture book, Forever or a Day, and Pizzoli will read from his new book This Story is for You.

Cherry Blossom Festival

April 7, 10 am — 3 pm

Morris Arboretum, 100 E. Northwestern Ave., Philadelphia

 

Experience the beauty of Morris Arboretum’s cherry tree collection in bloom, as well as traditional Japanese cultural activities to celebrate the season. This Saturday will feature a taiko drum performance, a traditional tea demonstration, and more.

Nature Play

April 7, 10:30 — 11:30 am

The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, 8480 Hagy’s Mill Road, Philadelphia

 

Bring your family for some unstructured nature play and a hike with representatives from NaturePHL.

Nature Tots Take to the Trails!

April 7, 10 — 11 am

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum, 8601 Lindbergh Blvd., Philadelphia

 

Children ages 3-5 and an adult are invited to explore nature with a refuge ranger. Participants will enjoy storytime, crafts, hiking, and more.

Junior Ranger Insect Walk

April 7, 1 — 2:30 pm

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum, 8601 Lindbergh Blvd., Philadelphia

 

Calling all nature-lovers ages 9-15! Join a Refuge Ranger on a nature walk to discover wildlife in the spring.

‘Finders Keepers’ Improv Show

April 7, noon — 1 pm

PHIT Comedy, 2030 Sansom St., Philadelphia

 

Come see some of Philly’s most talented improvisers, along with the wonderful teachers from the PHIT Kids and Teens program, perform a completely improvised family-friendly show right before your eyes.

Book Signing and Panel Discussion: Marley Dias and the SuperGirls

April 7, 1 — 3 pm

African American Museum in Philadelphia, 701 Arch St., Philadelphia

 

Popular teen author Marley Dias, the precocious and purpose-driven 13-year-old founder of #1000BlackGirlBooks, will be signing her book Marley Dias Gets It Done: And So Can You! as well as participating in a Q&A panel and doing photo-ops and book signings.

Seafarin’ Saturday

April 7, 11 am — 1 pm

Independence Seaport Museum, 211 S. Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia

 

What do you think lurks beneath the sea? Dive beneath the surface and create your own paper plate porthole for peering into the ocean.

Who Am I? Self-Portraits for Young Children

April 7, 11 am

Free Library of Philadelphia, Cecil B. Moore Branch, 2320 Cecil B. Moore Ave., Philadelphia

 

Join the Philadelphia Museum of Art for stories, rhymes and to create your own self-portrait.

Philly Pillow Phight

April 7, 3–6 pm

Washington Square (210 W. Washington Square), Philadelphia

 

Saturday is International Pillow Fight Day (really!), and Philly will once again stage a fight in Washington Square. At 3 pm, chaotic fun will commence on the square! Following the event, organizer Got Laundry? will be taking pillow donations to give to local shelters.

Les Petits Penseurs

April 7, 4 — 5 pm

Alliance Francaise de Philadelphie, 1420 Walnut St., Suite 700, Philadelphia

 

“Les Petits Penseurs” is a monthly philosophy workshop for kids ages 4-8 (with a good level in French). Children will interact and reflect on various topics such as friendship, anger, forgiveness, frustration, and love.

Ryakubon Tea Demonstration

April 7, 3 — 4:30 pm

Shofuso Japanese House and Garden, Lansdowne and Horticultural drives, Philadelphia

 

See a demonstration of ryakubon, a simple tray-style tea ceremony as performed by members of Urasenke Philadelphia. Learn about tea ceremony and the traditional techniques used by the tea school when teaching at Shofuso.

Sunday

Autism Awareness Day

April 8, 10 am — 4 pm

Philadelphia Zoo, 3400 W. Girard Ave., Philadelphia

 

A day of fun for kids and information for parents. Meet the Phillie Phanatic, Anna and Elsa, and Belle! Enjoy face painting, sensory and craft stations, and performances (like music and juggling). There will also be an Autism Resource Expo and merchandise market all day.

Circus and Storytelling Family Festival

April 8, noon — 4 pm

Woodmere Art Museum , 9201 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia

 

Celebrate the art of local illustrator Charles Santore (now on exhibit at the Woodmere) with storytelling, art making, and circus performances! At 2 pm, aerial, trapeze, juggling, and tightwire artists from the Little Circus will provide an interactive performance that interprets Charles Santore’s illustrations. Children can meet with the performers and learn some circus arts after the performance.

Clover Market in Chestnut Hill

April 8, 10 am — 4 pm

25 W. Highland Ave., Philadelphia

 

The popular outdoor market featuring local vendors of art, antiques, and more comes to Chestnut Hill with food trucks, live music, and kids’ craft activities provided by Nest Chestnut Hill.

Family Time at the Art Museum

April 8, 11 am — 3 pm

Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia

 

The theme this week is “Perfect Patterns.” Come for a family tour at 11 am, where you will explore polka dots, stripes, and other repeating designs you can spot over and over again. Then stay for the Family Art Cart from 12—3 pm, where you can create your own masterpiece inspired by your tour!

PECO Family Jams: The Shape of a Legacy

April 8, noon — 4 pm

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, 1020 South St., Philadelphia

 

Join PMG and Mighty Writers for an afternoon of writing, exploring your legacy, and creating mixed media collages that engage the topics of family, history and dreams. Learn more about Isaiah Zagar and his legacy on a family-friendly tour at 1:00 or 2:30.

Build Your World! Puppet Workshop and Performance

April 8, noon — 3 pm

The Cannery, 2322 S 10th St., Philadelphia

 

Come early to be part of a puppet making workshop, accompanied by live music and followed by a performance led by Angelo Aiello. Make puppets from recycled materials—participants will be provided newspaper, tape, and an assortment of other found objects with which to build their own bizarre figures. Then at 2 pm, stay for a puppet performance of an Italo Calvino fairy tale, reinterpreted.

American Girl Workshop

April 8, 1:30 — 4:30 pm

Sue’s Art Class, 2119 Spruce St., Philadelphia

 

Make spring and summer attire for your American Girl doll (and her dog).  There will be more cool accessories and furnishings to make, and lots of new stations to discover. This workshop is great for kids 8 and older (or come with an adult if you’re younger).

Painting with Light

April 8, 2 — 4 pm

PAFA, 118-128 N. Broad St., Philadelphia

 

At this week’s Family Arts Academy workshop, learn the earliest form of the photographic process using sunlight to expose your own print.

Science at the Ballpark

April 8, activities at 12:05 pm; game at 1:35 pm

1 Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia

 

Children can explore and take part in fun science activities before the game, with a focus on the science of baseball. There will be different stations by vendors such as the Franklin Institute, CHOP, Independence Seaport Museum, various nature centers, and more. Then stay for Kids’ Opening Day, where fans 14 and under get a free hoodie!

Sundays on Stage: Taikoza Japanese Drummers

April 8, 2 pm (doors at 1:30)

Free Library of Philadelphia, Parkway Central Branch, 1901 Vine St., Philadelphia

 

This electrifying aural and visual display consists of three drummers and a dancer. The huge taiko drums (“big drums”) were originally used in Japan to drive away evil spirits and the plague—today they keep audiences glued to their seats.

Main Line and Suburban Events

Saturday

Join the Continental Army at Valley Forge

April 7, 11 am

Valley Forge National Park, 1400 N. Outer Line Drive, King of Prussia

 

Children ages 7 and up are invited to join the Continental Army and experience a day in the life of a Revolutionary soldier. Recruits will be mustered by receiving enlistment papers and continental currency, then be issued (fake) wooden muskets and learn how to stand, march, and carry their musket as one of Washington’s soldiers would have done. Park rangers dressed in continental uniform will train the recruits in a full musket drill.

Dino-egg Craft

April 7, 11 am — 1 pm

Ludington Library, 5. S. Bryn Mawr Ave., Bryn Mawr

 

Come to the Children’s Library for a make and take giant dino-egg craft. All ages are welcome.

Poetry Pop-Up

April 7, 1:30 — 3:30 pm

Bala Cynwyd Library, 131 Old Lancaster Road, Bala Cynwyd

 

April is National Poetry Month!  Swing by the library and create acrostic poems with a variety of fun craft materials.  Appropriate for ages 7 and up.

Night at the Museum and Star Party

April 7, 6:30 — 9:30 pm

Delaware Museum of Natural History, 4840 Kennett Pike, Wilmington, Delaware

 

Enjoy a family-friendly Saturday evening at the museum’s after-hours event—learn how to read a star chart, then view the spring sky in hopes of seeing Leo and Gemini and other spring constellations. You can also view the exhibits and go to the children’s nature nook earlier in the evening.

Sunday

Innovation Day

April 8, 1 — 3 pm

Westtown School, 975 Westtown Road, West Chester

 

Kids ages 8-12 are invited for a free afternoon where they can design, collaborate, make, build, invent, and have fun! Pre-registration is required; this event is booked but the school has a wait list.

Rock and Roll Playhouse: Bob Marley for Kids!

April 8, 11:30 am

Ardmore Music Hall, 23 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore

 

Using the songs from the most iconic musicians in rock history, the Rock and Roll Playhouse offers its core audience (typically kids ages 3-8 years old) games, movement, stories, and of course an opportunity to rock! This week, they’re bringing the music of Bob Marley. While the show is sold out, there is a wait list for “Fan Tickets,” so “every little thing is gonna be all right.”

Kids’ Hanging Air Plants

April 8, 1 — 2:30 pm

Terrain, 914 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills

 

Bring along the little ones for this greenhouse workshop, where they’ll make and decorate a miniature wooden pallet that can display colorful, low-maintenance air plants on the wall.

Kids’ Playtime; Parents’ Teatime

April 8, 1:30 — 3 pm

Media-Upper Providence Free Library, 1 E. Front St., Media

 

Kids can enjoy building toys and learning centers while parents enjoy some teatime.

 

 

Photograph by Laura Swartz.

PHILADELPHIA ASSISTANT EDITOR

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