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

Find your family fun with our weekday activity roundup.

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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.

‘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!

‘The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley Jr.’

April 11 — 13, 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.


Sakura Crafty Story Circle

April 9, 10:30 — 11:15 am and 11:30 am — 12:15 pm

Shofuso Japanese House and Garden, 100 N. Horticultural Drive, Philadelphia


Kids will hear Under the Cherry Blossom Tree by Allen Say on the veranda, followed by an age-appropriate craft. Part of the Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival activities.

Story Time with Marty the Moose

April 9, 11 am — noon

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

Laugh along with Marty the Moose as he shares his April book club choice, and a live animal guest! Pick up a copy of the book in the gift shop, and Marty will sign it for you.

Tree Huggers Storytime

April 9, 4 — 4:45 pm

Haverford Township Library, 1601 Darby Road, Havertown


Join the Delaware Museum of Natural History in partnership with Longwood Gardens for a read aloud of the empowering story The Tree Lady by H. Joseph Hopkins, and a visit with live animals that help plant trees around the world! For elementary school kids (K-5).


Music Monkey Jungle at Reading Terminal Market

April 10, 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 10

10 am: Whitman Library, 200 Snyder Ave., Philadelphia

11 am: Parkway Central Library, 1901 Vine St., 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.

Kimono Dressing at Shofuso

April 10, noon — 2 pm

Shofuso Japanese House and Garden,100 N. Horticultural Drive, Philadelphia


Learn about the different styles of kimono and traditional accessories with Fumiyo Batta, and the intricate process of kimono dressing. Visitors can watch, or be part of the program by volunteering to be dressed.

Garden Sprouts

April 10, 1 pm

Tyler Arboretum, 515 Painter Road, Media


Kids ages 4-6 will go on a spring stroll to discover the hundreds of spring bulbs that brighten the arboretum, and learn the different parts of flowers. Kids will also make their own mini bouquets to enjoy at home.

Read to a Reptile

April 10, 2 — 4 pm

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


Grab a book, pull up a chair, and practice your reading with the live animals of Outside In.

Shell & Fossil Fun

April 10, 4 pm

Bala Cynwyd Library, 131 Old Lancaster Ave., Bala Cynwyd


Children will paint and decorate shells, as well as make fossils out of air-dry clay.  Appropriate for ages 7-10.  Registration is required.

“Unnatural History” presented by Bartram’s Garden

April 10, 4:30 pm

Lucien E. Blackwell West Philadelphia Regional Library, 125 S. 52nd St., Philadelphia


See how myth-making sometimes takes a front seat to science, and create your own “unnatural history” exhibits of monsters, aliens, and superheroes. For ages 12 and under.

Philadelphia Area Independent School Fair

April 10, 6 — 8 pm

Friends Central School, 1101 City Ave., Wynnewood


Get to know local independent schools and learn the inside scoop on how to apply, financial aid, reasons for choosing an independent school, and more from admissions directors of more than 20 local schools.

Night Skies in the Observatory

April 10, 7 — 10 pm

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


Join Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts for planetarium shows, a live presentation on astronomy or space science, hands-on astronomy activities, and continuous telescopic observing all evening (weather permitting). There’s also a cash bar for the grownups!

Pajama Storytime

April 10, 7 — 7:30 pm

Haverford Township Library, 1601 Darby Road, Havertown


Children are encouraged to come dressed in their favorite jammies for goodnight tales before heading to bed.


Little Chefs

April 11, 10 — 11:30 am

Tyler Arboretum, 515 Painter Road, Media


Egg-cellent Eats: put those Easter eggs to good use with this class all about eggs. Thematic content and cooking tasks will be best suited to kids ages 3-6, but all ages are welcome.

Stroller Tour

April 11, 11 am — noon

Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia


Introduce your baby to the world of art (or just enjoy a museum visit while your baby sleeps in the stroller, either way!) during this monthly family-friendly tour.

Tiny Tot Explorers: Amazing Amphibians

April 11, 11 am — noon

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


Songs, games, hands-on fun, and museum adventures for kids age 2-5 and their grownups.

Creatures of the Night Masquerade Mask Workshop

April 11, 5:30 — 7:30 pm

Kingsessing Recreation Center, 4901 Kingsessing Ave., Philadelphia


In this workshop hosted by the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge and Spiral Q, participants will build beautiful masks and costumes out of reclaimed and recycled materials, all while learning about the native birds, insects, pollinators, and plants that call Southwest Philadelphia home. Creations will be displayed in a pageant procession on the boardwalk at the Wildlife Refuge during the Citywide Star Party on April 20.

Beach Detectives

April 11, 5 — 6 pm

Penn Wynne Library, 130 Overbrook Parkway, Wynnewood


Adventure Aquarium will discuss and pass around different shells you find on the beach. They will also bring three animals that children can touch in tanks at the end! The program is for elementary age children (grades K-5). Pre-registration is required.

Art Goes to School

April 11, 7 pm

Bala Cynwyd Library, 131 Old Lancaster Ave., Bala Cynwyd


Come hear about this art education program, while your kids (ages 7 and up) take a drawing class. Registration is required for the drawing class but not the parents’ lecture.


One Book, Every Young Child Preschool Storytime

April 12, 10 am

Philadelphia City Institute, 1905 Locust St., 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.

Storytime at Suburban Square

April 12, 10 — 11:30 am

Anderson and Coulter avenues, Ardmore


Come to Suburban Square hear author Diane Milowicki read her story Reds and Twinkle. You can also bring your gently loved books to donate to Tree House Books.

Stroller Tour

April 12, 10:30 — 11:15 am

The Barnes Foundation, 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia


Take a 45-minute guided tour and discover ways to look at and appreciate art with little ones in tow. Open to parents and caregivers with babies up to 18 months in a stroller or baby wrap. Note: no double-wide strollers.

Spring Seasonal/Sensory Lesson

April 12, 1 pm

Norristown Farm Park, 2500 Upper Farm Road, Norristown


How do animals use their keen senses of smell, hearing, and sight? Practice using your senses to explore the natural world around us. Pre-registration is required. For kids ages 3 and up.

Kids’ Nature Painting

April 12, 4 — 6 pm

Cobbs Creek Community Environmental Center, 700 Cobbs Creek Parkway, Philadelphia


An artist from VURT Creative (responsible for the “Philly Critters” murals) will instruct kids in wildlife painting in two sessions. For kids ages 6-12.

Shogi and Japanese Games

April 12, 6—8 pm

Shofuso Japanese House and Garden, 100 N. Horticultural Drive, Philadelphia


Part of the Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival activities, this pop-up event will teach participants to play shogi, a Japanese strategy game similar to chess. Guides will be on hand to teach you the basics. You can also visit the games table to learn and try other traditional Japanese games.


Percussion Bonanza!

April 13, 9:30 — 10 am

Nest Center City, 1301 Locust St., Philadelphia


Join Mr. Kelvin for this Friday morning drop-in workshop, where he will lead kids on his guitar as they learn basics of rhythm and tempo with percussion instruments. Free for Nest members, $20 for non-members.

Pandora’s Garden – Nature Storytime

April 13, 10:30 am

Lovett Memorial Library, 6945 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia


Hear nature-based songs and stories, then go on a scavenger hunt outside the library where to explore and play with natural materials. For ages 18 months to 5 years.

Play K: Kindergarten Readiness

April 13, 11 am — noon

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


Kids ages 3-5 can drop in for mini learning centers that encourage language and literacy development.

BYOB and Pizza Night

April 13, 4 — 7:30 pm

Lulu’s Casita, 6 Cricket Ave., Ardmore


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

Sake Garden, Taiko Drumming, and Crafts

April 13, 6 — 8 pm

Shofuso Japanese House and Garden, 100 N. Horticultural Drive, Philadelphia


Part of the Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival activities, this pop-up event will feature a sake garden by Parks on Tap and taiko drumming by Kyo Daiko. There will also be an all-ages crafting corner to make your own manga inspired pin to wear.

Portside Arts Center Open House

April 13, 6 — 8 pm

2531 E. Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia


Tour the facilities, learn about Portside’s after-school and summer camp programs, and create some art.

Storytelling Campfire

April 13, 7:30 pm

Pennypack Environmental Center, 8600 Verree Road, Philadelphia


Enjoy stories around the campfire, followed by marshmallow toasting. Suggested for kids age 5 and older.

Philadelphia Events

All Weekend

CityKids Consignment Sale

April 14, 10 am — 3 pm and April 15, 9 am — 2 pm

Neumann Goretti High School, 1736 S. 10th St., Philadelphia


Score amazing deals on used clothes, toys, and gear for kids and babies at this semiannual pop-up consignment sale in South Philly. All proceeds support Lilypad, South Philly’s family playspace. Note: strollers not permitted inside the sale.

Animal Superhero Weekend

April 14 and 15, 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!

Pennsylvania Ballet’s ‘Snow White’

April 14, 11 am and 3 pm, and April 15, 3 pm

Prince Theater, 1412 Chestnut St., Philadelphia


Experience the fairy tale of Snow White in a one-hour children’s ballet danced by members of Pennsylvania Ballet II and students from the School of Pennsylvania Ballet. The ballet is best suited for kids ages 5-12, but all ages are welcome. Note: Saturday morning will be a sensory-friendly performance.

‘Sesame Street Live: Let’s Party!’

April 14 — 16

Liacouras Center, Temple University, 3406 N. Broad St., Philadelphia


Sing, dance, and laugh along with all your favorite friends from Sesame Street in their new live show!

Sake Garden at Shofuso

April 14, 1 — 9 pm; April 15, 10 am — 5 pm

Horticultural and Lansdowne drives, Philadelphia


New for this year’s Cherry Blossom Festival is the Sake Garden, a pop-up beer garden from one of our favorite family-friendly al fresco experiences, Parks on Tap. The garden will have beer, cocktails, and Asian fusion fare available to purchase and enjoy beneath the trees of Fairmount Park (along the walking path towards the gazebo and sundial).

Franklin Institute Camp-In

April 14, 6:15 pm — April 15, 9:30 am

222 N. 20th St., Philadelphia


Kids ages 6-13 (and their chaperones) can spend an overnight at the museum with live science shows, hands-on workshops, IMAX and Planetarium shows, stargazing in the rooftop observatory, and time to explore the entire museum. Sleep somewhere unique like near the Giant Heart or in the train room, then wake up for breakfast at the museum.

Dino Day and Bug Bonanza

April 14 — 15, 1 — 4 pm

Camden Children’s Garden, 3 Riverside Drive, Camden, New Jersey


During this weekend-long family festival, kids can do craft activities, explore the Butterfly House, and decorate special themed cupcakes! Children who come dressed as a dinosaur or a bug will receive one dollar off of admission.

Citizen Science Lab

April 14 and 15, 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.


Family Festival: The 5 Senses

April 14, 9 am — 5 pm

Please Touch Museum, 4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia


Please touch, smell, see, and hear! Get curious about the world using your five senses to create and explore.

PNC Grow Up Great

April 14, 11 am

Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, 300 S. Broad St., Philadelphia


This free monthly concert for little ones teaches basics of jazz and musical theater in an interactive hour of music and movement.

Cherry Blossom Festival at Morris Arboretum

April 14, 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. The event will feature a taiko drum performance, a traditional tea demonstration, kimono dressing, origami workshops, and a samurai demonstration of the ancient Japanese swordsmanship technique Ken Jutsu. To read more about the Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival, check out our guide to the whole week.

Dining Out For Life Food Truck-Pop Up

April 14, 11 am—3 pm

13th and Locust Streets

Locust Street (the block outside Nest, so stay and play after) will shut down and be filled with food trucks, and a beer garden! There will even be a special DOFL ice cream sandwich created by Weckerly’s. All food trucks and vendors will be donating 33% of sales for the day to Action Wellness, which helps those living with HIV and AIDS.

Macy’s Family Fun Day– Jazz Music Jam

April 14, 11 am — 5 pm

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


Celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month with interactive art workshops and performances for kids ages 5 and up. The first 250 people will receive free entry to the museum.

Second Saturday: Cities around the Globe

April 14, 11 am — 4 pm

Penn Museum, 3260 South St.


Explore the wide variety of cities around the world through a special tour and scavenger hunt that encourages you to take a closer look at objects in the galleries. Stop by the building station and design your own city or make a special craft to take home.

Slow Art Day: Meditation for Families

April 14, 11:30 am — noon, 2 — 2:30 pm

Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia 


Find your center as a family in these guided meditation sessions designed just for kids and their grownups, as part of the museum’s “Slow Art Day,” encouraging more mindful art appreciation.

‘One Book Every Young Child’ Storytime

April 14, 11 am

Queen Memorial Library, 1201 S. 23rd St., Philadelphia


Blanche A. Nixon/Cobbs Creek Library, 5800 Cobbs Creek Parkway, 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.

Mille Miglia Demo Day

April 14, 11 am — 2:30 pm

Simeone Foundation Auto Museum, 6825-31 Norwitch Drive, Philadelphia


Check out some vintage Italian cars at this event celebrating a 1,000-mile race through Italy. Tickets are $8-12.

BYO Baby Barre Free Class

April 14, 11:45 am — 12:30 pm

Y2B Fit, 7101 Emlen St., Philadelphia


This babywearing barre class is designed for mamas and babies (through crawling age). Step up to the barre for a great postnatal workout while spending quality time with your little one. Bring a front-carrier and receiving blanket for your baby.

“The Sami People of Alaska” and “Sami: Walking with Reindeer” Exhibit Openings

April 14, noon — 4 pm

American Swedish Historical Museum, 1900 Pattison Ave., Philadelphia


The museum will unveil two exhibits highlighting the Sami culture. This day of cultural learning will include live reindeer, a chance to experience an indoor aurora borealis, samples of traditional Sami recipes prepared by Chef Henrik, a joik musical performance, and more family activities.

Northeast Philadelphia Spring Arts Festival 

April 14, noon — 3 pm

Frankford Avenue, from Tyson to St. Vincent streets, Philadelphia


An afternoon of food, art demonstrations, a craft fair, live entertainment (including ice sculpting), face painting, and more. The day will kick off with a press conference to announce a series of new murals celebrating the past, present, and future of the Mayfair neighborhood.

Puppy Prom

April 14, 3 — 5 pm

Pet Friendly Dog Bakery, 4324 Main St., Philadelphia


Dress your pooch for a fancy prom experience! There will be photographer handy to take a special snapshot in front of a prom-themed background and a best dressed contest with a special prize awarded at the end.


Sakura Sunday

April 15, 10 am — 5 pm

Horticulture Center in Fairmount Park, 100 N. Horticultural Drive, Philadelphia


Fairmount Park’s Cherry Blossom Festival closes out a week of events celebrating spring and Japanese culture. This day-long festival has everything: performances, food, shopping, crafts, fashion, even a dog parade! There is a full day’s worth of performance on multiple stages, including fashion shows, taiko drum and dance, J-pop, and so much more. Read more in our guide to the Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival.

Drop-in Baby Bubbles Swim Class

April 15, 9 — 10 am

Fitness Works, 714 Reed St., Philadelphia


The hour-long drop-in class, open to little ones aged five months to three years, incorporates techniques to teach children how to feel comfortable and move their bodies in the water, helping them build confidence while exploring new surroundings in a safe, fun and supervised setting. A parent is required in the pool with their child, offering hands-on guidance and encouragement.

Family Time at the Art Museum

April 15, 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 noon — 3 pm, where you can create your own masterpiece inspired by your tour!

STEM Story Time with Katey Howes

April 15, 1 pm

Momo’s Treehouse, 205 Arch St., Philadelphia


A former physical therapist specializing in brain injury, Katey Howes now divides her time between writing and raising kids with a love of books. She will read from her book Magnolia Mudd and the Super Jumptastic Launcher Deluxe, a fun and relatable story with a STEM theme.

PAFA Family Arts Academy

April 15, 2 — 4 pm

118-128 N. Broad St., Philadelphia


In this week’s free family event, you’ll learn how to use ceramics to create your own surreal and fantastical world, while learning handbuilding techniques.

Main Line and Suburban Events

All Weekend


April 14 and 15

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Philadelphia, 500 W. Germantown Pike, Plymouth Meeting


To celebrate the opening of the new 4D movie at the center (which features the LEGO NINJAGO crew), come and ninja-kick your way through the weekend! Meet Lloyd, get some ninja training, and more! This event is included with center admission and free for passholders.


The Saturday Club Shuffle

April 14, 8:30 am

The Saturday Club, 117 West Wayne Ave., Wayne


Take advantage of one of the first glorious days of spring and get moving! Adults can run the 5K, and there’s a fun run for kids. Plus, it’s stroller-friendly!

Ivory Tree Portraits’ Open House 

April 14, 10 am — 4 pm

21 West Ave., Wayne


Come check out Ivory Tree Portraits’ (formerly Little Nest Portraits Wayne) beautiful new studio in downtown Wayne. Each family that attends will get a free digital portrait.

Sensory Friendly Saturday at Brandywine River Museum

April 14, 9 — 10:30 am

1 Hoffman’s Mill Road, Chadds Ford


Explore a variety of creative activities throughout the museum during this accessible program designed specifically for visitors of all ages on the autism spectrum or with sensory processing disorder, and their families. Guests will get early access to the museum, and there will be professional and student occupational therapists on hand to provide additional support if needed. There will also be sensory break areas, noise cancelling headphones, and fidgets to borrow.

Birding and Bagels

April 14, 9 — 10:30 am

Riverbend Environmental Education Center, 1950 Spring Mill Road, Gladwyne


All ages and levels are welcome. Learn how to use binoculars, what field guide to choose, what clothing to wear, and share some tips and tricks for identifying local birds.

Bluebird Box Building

April 14, 10 am — noon

Tyler Arboretum, 515 Painter Road, Media


Learn all about bluebirds, where they live and how they nest. Take a walk around the arboretum to visit some the nesting boxes, then build a bluebird box to take home (or donate it for installation at Tyler). Materials provided. For ages 6 and up. Pre-register online.

Elmwood Park Zoo’s Little Learners

April 14, 10:30 — 11:30 am

1661 Harding Blvd., Norristown


Kids ages 3-5 and their grownups will look at the different types of nests made by animals every spring, and have crafts and a live animal encounter that ties into the lesson.

Tree Lady Storytime

April 14, 2 — 3 pm

Ardmore Library, 108 Ardmore Ave., Ardmore


Learn about trees with the Longwood Gardens’ Community Read selection The Tree Lady by H. Joseph Hopkins and plant your own seed to take home. You can also stop by the program room for STEM activities all day.

Saturday Family Drop-In Art

April 14, 2 — 4 pm

Main Line Art Center, 746 Panmure Road, Haverford

Families can enjoy working together to create beautiful artwork in mixed media. For kids ages 3 and up, and their grownups. Register online.


Haverford Home and Garden Show

April 15, 10 am — 6 pm

Haverford CREC, 9000 Parkview Drive, Haverford


75 home and garden vendors in one convenient space, plus speakers, raffles, food trucks, and a variety of fun make-and-take workshops, some of which children can do!

Orienteering for All Ages

April 15, 10 am — 1 pm

Norristown Farm Park, 2500 Upper Farm Road, Norristown


Orienteering is an international sport that uses a detailed map to find your way. Instructors from the Delaware Valley Orienteering Association will give you a lesson and then send you out on a course. Pre-registration is preferred.

‘The Little Mermaid’

April 15, noon

Media Theatre, 104 E. State St., Media


This one-hour musical adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen story is billed as a “pleasant” performance with no villains, suitable for ages 4 and up.

Magic in the Spring Garden: Nature Treasure Hunt for Kids

April 15, 2 — 3:30 pm

Jenkins Arboretum and Gardens, 631 Berwyn Baptist Road, Devon


Helen Standen, Jenkins Greenhouse and Nursery Manager, will lead a nature exploration of the arboretum to uncover the magic of the spring garden. For kids ages 4-8. Pre-registration is required.




Photograph by M. Fischetti for Visit Philadelphia.



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