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

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School District of Philadelphia Kindergarten Open House Week

May 7—11


Schools across the city open their doors so that prospective students and parents can visit and get acquainted with their neighborhood schools, ask teachers and principals questions, and even register for school. A full list of Kindergarten Open House Week events and schedules can be found on the District’s website. Please contact your neighborhood school for more information.

‘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’

Through June 10

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


Two actors perform all the roles in this world premiere production of the beloved fairy tale. Click here to read our review.


Through June 10

Media Theatre, 104 E. State St., Media


Inspired by the Newsboy Strike of 1899, this Disney musical is full of great songs and dance routines. Tickets are $33 — $58.

Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square

Through June 30

200 N. Sixth St., Philadelphia


Franklin Square will once again glow with 1,500 individual works of art consisting of giant sculptures wrapped in colorful silk and filled with thousands of LED lights. Guests will also enjoy the nightly Dragon Beer Garden and Asian cuisine. Want to know more? Go behind the scenes and see how these beautiful lanterns were made!

Parks on Tap: Campbell Square

May 9—13

2535 E. Allegheny Ave., Philadelphia


This new Parks on Tap location is in the heart of Port Richmond. Stop by this kid-friendly beer garden from Wednesday through the weekend.


Music Monday with Roots with Ruark

May 7, 10—10:30 am

Lulu’s Casita, 6 Cricket Ave., Ardmore


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

Story Jams

May 7, 10:30 am–12:30 pm

DiSilvestro Playground, 1701 S. 15th St., Philadelphia


Come every other Monday for a playgroup centered around play and positivity that includes storytime, music, dancing, and sensory exploration.

Storytime with Marty the Moose

May 7, 11 am—noon

Academy of Natural Sciences, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia


Laugh along with Marty the Moose as he shares his May book club choice. Join Marty, his favorite humans, and a live animal guest for this special story time. Pick up a copy of the book in the gift shop and Marty will sign it for you!

Fumo’s Got Talent – Kid Edition

May 7, 4:30 pm

Fumo Family Library, 2437 S. Broad St., Philadelphia


Kids ages 8-12 are invited to participate in a talent show! Dances, rappers, poets, singers, jugglers and musicians are welcome. Performances are limited to 2.5 minutes. The top three winners will receive cash prizes.


Music Monkey Jungle at Reading Terminal Market

May 8, 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.

Tyler Arboretum Garden Sprouts

May 8, 1—2:30 pm

515 Painter Road, Media


Kids ages 4-6 will go on a garden walk using all of your senses and then make a scented surprise for Mother’s Day.

Mural Dedication: City of Champions

May 8, 1—3 pm

Spike’s Trophies, 2701 Grant Ave., Philadelphia


Celebrate the Eagles’ Super Bowl win with the unveiling of artist David McShane’s mural at Spike’s Trophies in Northeast Philly. Former Eagles players Brian Dawkins and Brian Baldinger, as well as radio announcer Merrill Reese and sports writer Ray Didinger, will also be there to celebrate the new mural, which includes such elements as the “Philly Special” play and Jason Kelce dressed as a Mummer. It’s an instant classic, and a great addition to the Mural Arts Program’s celebrated artworks.

Longwood Gardens Community Read: ‘The Tree Lady’

May 8, 1:30—2:15 pm

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


Read about horticulturalist Kate Sessions, and design a nature park. Free Longwood Gardens family admission for up to 12 families attending. Best for kids ages 3-5. Call to register.

Read to a Reptile

May 8, 2—4 pm

Academy of Natural Sciences, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia


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

Dinosaur Exploration at South Philadelphia Library

May 8, 4:30 pm

1700 S. Broad St., Philadelphia


Learn about different dinosaurs with hands on explorations. Open to children of all ages and their families.


Main Line Parent and Philadelphia Family 2018 LOVE Awards and Community Party

May 9, 7:30—11 pm

World Café Live, 3025 Walnut St., Philadelphia

This year, we asked YOU — our community — to help us choose which businesses, services, and community members deserve to be recognized in the greater Philadelphia area. The very best of them are getting a LOVE Award, based on your input. We’ve tallied everything up and are throwing our big community party to celebrate our winners!

Drop-in Free Range Toddler Art 

May 9, 10:30am–12pm

Lume Creative Learning Studios, 1916-18 E. Passyunk Ave., Philadelphia


Drop into the studio for collaborative hands on art-making with your little ones in a non-class structured environment. Experiment with different media, have fun, and get as messy as you want.

Mommy (or Daddy) & Me Gardening

May 9, 10—10:30 am

Linvilla Orchards, 137 W. Knowlton Road, Media


Every Wednesday, Miss Marcia will be picking another gardening subject to introduce to you and your child.

Tyler Arboretum Little Chefs

May 9, 10—11:30 am and 1—2:30 pm

515 Painter Road, Media


Work together to prepare delicious snacks made with healthy, natural ingredients. Thematic content and cooking tasks will be best suited to kids ages 3-6, but all ages are welcome. This week, bake homemade bread and top it with your very own butter and spread.

Mother’s Day Craft at Ludington Library

May 9, 10:30 — 11:30 am

5 S. Bryn Mawr Ave., Bryn Mawr


Kids can make a fun free craft and gift to take home for Mother’s Day.

Stroller Tour at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

May 9, 11 am—noon

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.

Mother & Father’s Day Craft at Gladwyne Library

May 9, 4 — 4:30 pm

362 Righters Mill Road, Gladwyne


Make a Mother’s Day gift and card, and a Father’s Day gift. Use your imagination and Gladwyne’s art supplies to make something special.

Mother’s Day Plants

May 9, 4:30 pm

Eastwick Library, 2851 Island Ave., Philadelphia


Kids can plant some flowers in a pot and bring them home for Mom!

Teen Workshop: Ceramics

May 9, 5—6:30 pm

Wayne Art Center, 413 Maplewood Ave., Wayne


Teens age 12-17 will create a unique, serving platter using a mold. Imprint patters and use glazes to create a one-of-a-kind serving platter.


Card Making for Mother’s Day at Middletown Free Library

May 10, 10 am — 7 pm

21 N. Pennell Road, Media


All day long in the library, there will be arts and crafts supplies for kids and their caregivers to come and make Mother’s Day cards for all those special moms, grandmas, aunts, and mothering adults in their lives.

Stroller Tour at the Barnes Foundation

May 10, 10:30—11:15 am

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.

Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen at Children’s Book World

May 10, 4:30 pm

17 Haverford Station Road, Haverford


Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen will come and talk about their new book Square, which is the second book in their quirky shape trilogy.

Tail Waggin’ Tutor!

May 10, 5:30 pm

Andorra Library, 705 E. Cathedral Road, Philadelphia


Come read to Charlie, 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!


Dad Vail Regatta

May 11—12

2200 Kelly Dr., Philadelphia


Come watch the largest collegiate regatta in North America, with over 100 colleges and universities participating. It’s free to watch, and you can bring a picnic or buy refreshments at the stands and make a day of it watching rowers compete on the Schuylkill!

Spruce Street Harbor Park and RiverRink Summerfest Open

May 11–13

Delaware River Waterfront, Philadelphia


Celebrate the beginning of the season on the Delaware River waterfront! Spruce Street Harbor Park will celebrate with UNIVESTival, featuring musical performances, make and take activities, and more throughout the weekend. Walk 5 minutes north to the Blue Cross River Rink at Penn’s Landing, and Summerfest will open with roller skating, mini-golf, the full Midway rides!

National Public Gardens Day at Tyler Arboretum

May 11, 9 am—5 pm (kids’ activities from 10 am—noon)

515 Painter Road, Media


Enjoy free admission to the garden all day, and special craft activities for kids from 10 am—noon.

Free Admission at Morris Arboretum

May 11, 10 am—4 pm

100 E. Northwestern Avenue, Philadelphia


In honor of National Public Gardens Day, admission is free to Morris Arboretum all day.

Fitler Square Spring Fair

May 11, 10 am—6 pm

23rd and Pine Streets, Philadelphia


Fitler Square’s annual Spring Fair is the Friday and Saturday before Mother’s Day, and has raffles, vendors, live music, and donations to raise money for the square.

National Public Gardens Day at Mt. Cuba

May 11, 10 am—4 pm (activities until 2 pm)

3120 Barley Mill Road, Hockessin, Delaware


Mt. Cuba will offer discounted admission all day. Participate in family-friendly educational programs from 10 am to 2 pm. Guests will take home a free native plant, while supplies last.

Music and Dance for All Ages

May 11, 10:30 am

Roxborough Library, 6245 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia


Merge Dance Studio will be at the library to engage everyone with music and dancing for all ages.

Play K: Kindergarten Readiness

May 11, 11 am—noon

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


Practice your kindergarten skills by listening to a story and playing in learning centers. Best for ages 3-5.

Proper English Tea

May 11, 1 — 3 pm

Jenkins Arboretum, 631 Berwyn Baptist Road, Devon


Just in time for Mother’s Day weekend, Jenkins Arboretum is partnering with A Taste of Britain to host a Proper English Tea. Enjoy delicious tea sandwiches, scones, pastries, teas, and champagne for the grownups. The gardens will be at the peak of spring bloom, so take a lovely garden walk after the tea.

Member-Only Night at Smith Memorial Playground

May 11, 6—8 pm

3500 Reservoir Drive, Philadelphia


As a current Smith member, you and your family are invited to enjoy a monthly, members-only night where you will have exclusive access to the playground! Smith will provide pizza (while it lasts) or feel free to bring dinner and have a picnic. The event is free for members, but you must RSVP online.

Nest Parents’ Night Out

May 11, 6—9 pm

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!


Philadelphia Events

All Weekend

Mother’s Day Brunch and Storybook Weekend at Sister Cities Park

May 12 and 13, 10 am (Storybook Weekend goes from 11 am — 3 pm)

210 N. 18th St., Philadelphia


Celebrate with a VIP meet-and-greet and character brunch with your favorite superhero mom. Brunch is followed by Storybook Weekend, two fun-filled days of activities, storytelling, and more throughout the park. Plus, entertainment and live music, face painting, balloon art, crafts, educational demonstrations, and maybe even a splash in the boat pond if it’s warm enough!

Spruce Street Harbor Park and RiverRink Summerfest Open

May 11–13

Delaware River Waterfront, Philadelphia


Celebrate the beginning of the season on the Delaware River waterfront! Spruce Street Harbor Park will celebrate with UNIVESTival, featuring musical performances, make and take activities, and more throughout the weekend. Walk five minutes north to the Blue Cross RiverRink at Penn’s Landing, and Summerfest will open with roller skating, mini-golf, and the full Midway rides!

Princess Pop Up Meet & Greet Weekend

May 12 and 13, noon–2 pm

Please Touch Museum, 4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia


Meet your favorite princesses all weekend! On Saturday, meet Cinderella and Elsa. Then on Sunday, meet Belle and Snow White. Princess appearances will be from noon to 2 pm both days.

Colonial Chocolate Making

May 12 and 13, 11 am — 3 pm

Betsy Ross House, 239 Arch St., Philadelphia


In celebration of Betsy Ross and all colonial mothers, meet three female entrepreneurs and learn how women and mothers played an active role during the American Revolution, from making important military supplies, such as flags and musket cartridges, to choosing “patriotic” beverages like hot chocolate and coffee, rather than tea. Sample the hot chocolate drink that colonists enjoyed.

Parks on Tap: Campbell Square

May 9—13

2535 E. Allegheny Ave., Philadelphia


This new Parks on Tap location is in the heart of Port Richmond. Stop by this kid-friendly beer garden from Wednesday through the weekend.

Butterflies and Birds Family Festival at Camden Children’s Garden

May 12—13, 1—4 pm

3 Riverside Drive, Camden, New Jersey


Children who come dressed as a butterfly or a bird will receive $1 off of admission.  Learn about bird adaptations and butterfly gardening. Create your own butterfly life cycle model and a bird’s nest model.

Mother’s Day Weekend at Adventure Aquarium

May 12—13, 9:30 am—5 pm

1 Riverside Drive, Camden, New Jersey


Adventure Aquarium is celebrating moms with special themed programming, promotions, and penguins! The African penguin babies will make their official debut, and kids can continue the penguin-themed fun by coloring a penguin card for mom!


Dad Vail Regatta

May 12, 7 am—5 pm

2200 Kelly Dr., Philadelphia


Come watch the largest collegiate regatta in North America, with over 100 colleges and universities participating. It’s free to watch, and you can bring a picnic or buy refreshments at the stands and make a day of it watching rowers compete on the Schuylkill!

Mother’s Day Party at Nest

May 12, 10 am — noon

1301 Locust St., Philadelphia


Come for a morning of open play, live music, bagels, and crafts. Kids can make a Mother’s Day card and bring home some special surprises for Mom too!

Jawns and Jams Craft and Flea Market

May 12, 10 am

DiSilvestro Rec Center, 1701 S. 15th St., Philadelphia


Vendors of all different backgrounds and styles, as well as music and the Free Library Book Bike will be in attendance.

Free Library of Comic Con 2018

May 12, 10 am—4 pm

1901 Vine St., Philadelphia


The Parkway Central Library is hosting its 4th annual free comics and gaming convention. It is a day of art displays and workshops, discussion panels, gaming, cosplay, and community-building. Best for older kids and teens.

Schuylkill Saturdays: Nature Exploration for Families

May 12, 10:30—11:30 am

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


Gather in the Discovery Center for a short introduction and craft, then hit the trails for naturalist-led exploration and discovery with your little ones.

PNC Grow Up Great at the Kimmel Center

May 12, 11 am

300 S. Broad St., Philadelphia


The Johnny Shortcake Show returns to the Kimmel Center in a free concert with lots of singing, dancing, and silliness!

Macy’s Family Fun Day at AAMP

May 12, 11 am—3:30 pm

701 Arch St., Philadelphia


“Spring into Action” at the African American Museum in Philadelphia. There will be a day of fun including a hip-hop dance cardio workshop, a percussion workshop, and a creative chemistry workshop. The activities are designed for kids age 5 and up. Also, the first 250 people will receive free entry to the museum.

Fitler Square Spring Fair

May 12, 10 am—6 pm

23rd and Pine Streets, Philadelphia


Fitler Square’s annual Spring Fair has raffles, vendors, live music, and donations to raise money for the square. There will also be a bounce castle and live performances!

Sight + Sound Creative Workshop for Kids

May 12, 11:30 am—12:30 pm

National Liberty Museum, 321 Chestnut St., Philadelphia


This activity is presented alongside Sound + Vision, the museum’s current exhibit exploring the relationship between music and visual expression. In this workshop, a museum educator will play selections and encourage the group to consider the rhythm, pitch, emotion and tone of the music, and explore various materials to interpret the music and create their own unique works of art. Designed for kids ages 5-10. Pre-registration is required.


May 12, noon—7 pm

Grays Ferry Triangle (23rd and South), Philadelphia


Come for live music, food trucks, and a designated Kid’s Corner with activities, games, and more including neighborhood favorite Baby WordPlay. There will also be a Puppy Kissing Booth by PAWS!

Germantown Second Saturday Festival

May 12, noon—5 pm

Market Square Park (5501 Germantown Ave.) and along Germantown Avenue, between School House Lane and Coulter Street, Philadelphia


This festival celebrates the start of the Second Saturday series, when all 16 Historic Germantown sites are open monthly. Throughout the day, musicians, poets, and creative performing artists will take to the main stage. There will also be a Kid Zone with moon bounce, face painting, karate demonstrations, and interactive art activities. Over 40 business and food vendors will participate in the festival’s marketplace.

Author Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow at the Free Library

May 12, 1 pm

Parkway Central Library, 1901 Vine St., Philadelphia


Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow will introduce her new picture book, Mommy’s Khimar, about a little Muslim-American girl who plays dress-up with her mother’s head scarves.

Mother’s Day in the Workshop at Independence Seaport Museum

May 12, 1 — 5 pm

211 S. Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia


Build a flower box or toolbox with traditional woodworking tools. Guided sessions will take place every hour. $20 fee includes one tool kit to build your flower or tool box and admits one child to the museum. This workshop is recommended for kids age 6 and up.

Hawthornes’ IPA, Champagne, and Rosé Block Party

May 12, 1—8 pm

738 S. 11th St., Philadelphia


Stop by for live bands, food trucks, kids and adult playgrounds, and of course lots of great adult beverages. Kids’ activities will include a giant inflatable slide, obstacle courses, sidewalk chalk fun, bubbles galore and cornhole. New this year, Hawthornes reserved the lot across the street to provide added space for families to enjoy the day out under the sun.

Bald Eagle Memorial Day Craft

May 12, 2 pm

Holmesburg Library, 7810 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia


School-age children and their families will make bald eagle puppets for Memorial Day.

Musical Theatre Jam: ‘Moana’ and ‘Hamilton’

May 12, 2—5 pm (Moana ends at 4pm)

Hamilton Family Arts Center, 62 N. Second St., Philadelphia


Arden Theatre Company’s Drama School is holding a one-day workshop for kids where they will focus on the music and choreography of a popular musical. For kids grades K-2, they will learn songs and choreography from Disney’s Moana. Kids in grades 3-5 will focus on Hamilton. For both classes, their work will be performed at the end of class for family and friends.


Brunch at the Philadelphia Zoo

May 13, 9:30 am, 11:30 am, and 1:30 pm

3400 W. Girard Ave., Philadelphia


Choose from three available seating times and enjoy a delicious unlimited brunch buffet in the zoo’s private Peacock Pavilion. During your meal, get up-close with some of the animals and learn about their maternal instincts and behavior from the zoo’s education staff.

Family Time at Philadelphia Museum of Art

May 13, 11 am—3 pm

2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia


The theme this week is “Artful Opposites.” Come for a family tour at 11 am to search high and low, left to right, near and far for opposites in art. Then stop by the Family Art Cart to continue the theme with games and art projects.

PECO Family Jams: Scratch Drawings

May 13, noon—4 pm

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


Try your hand at sgraffito with teaching artist Kate Glasheen. Create a colorful base layered underneath black paint, then scratch away your own drawing to reveal the colors below. Learn more about Isaiah Zagar and his sgraffito tiles on a family-friendly tour at 1 pm or 2:30 pm.

Mother’s Day Craft and Tea at Awbury Arboretum

May 13, noon — 2 pm

Agricultural Village at Awbury Arboretum, 901 E. Washington Lane, Philadelphia


Create a lovely tea cup garden, as well as other plant related crafts, in this fun filled Mother’s Day craft activity. A light tea will be served. Email to register in advance.

Bring Your Babe to Barre

May 13, noon — 1 pm

Tuck Barre and Yoga, 1155 S. 20th St., Philadelphia


This class will focus on building core strength and the strength of the pelvic floor as well as increasing flexibility, and toning arms, core, calves, and buns all while bonding with your baby. All babies that can be carried or worn are welcome.

Mother’s Day Tea Ceremony at Shofuso

May 13, 1 pm and 2:30 pm

Lansdowne and Horticultural drives, Philadelphia


Enjoy a traditional Japanese tea ceremony led by Shofuso’s own tea school. Members of Urasenke Philadelphia will demonstrate a tea ceremony, and then provide guests with a bowl of matcha (green tea) and a seasonal sweet.

Mother’s Day Tea at Museum of the American Revolution 

May 13, 1 pm and 2 pm

101 S. Third St., Philadelphia


Celebrate Mother’s Day at the Museum with Founding Mother, Martha Washington! Enjoy a delicious buffet with tea sandwiches and scones, then explore the museum afterwards.

PAFA Family Arts Academy

May 13, 2–4 pm

118-128 N. Broad St., Philadelphia


Collaborate on a large mural using silhouettes of your body on paper and paint water, land and sea creatures.

Main Line and Suburban Events

All Weekend

Mother’s Day Brunch at Elmwood Park Zoo

May 12 and 13

1661 Harding Blvd., Norristown


Pick from many seatings throughout the morning and afternoon all weekend, and enjoy a delicious brunch buffet and a day at the zoo.

Special Character Visits at Sesame Place

May 12 and 13

100 Sesame Road, Langhorne


In addition to all your favorite characters from Sesame Street, you could meet Curious George in Abby’s Paradise Theater, meet Clifford the Big Red Dog in 123 Smile with Me, or even dine with Peppa Pig!


Teddy Bear Picnic

May 12, noon

Ardmore Library, 108 Ardmore Ave., Ardmore


Kids age 4 and up can bring a teddy bear and wear a disguise to enjoy a special picnic. Pre-registration required.

Family Day of Clay: Greek Vessels

May 12, 1—2:30 pm

Wayne Art Center, 413 Maplewood Ave., Wayne


Go back in time and learn about the urns and vases of Ancient Greece. Create a vessel and then using ancient Greek ideas, create a painting depicting a scene from your life. For kids age 6 and up and an adult (kids and adults must register separately).

Storytime and Activity at Jenkins Arboretum

May 12, 2—3 pm

631 Berwyn Baptist Road, Devon


Kids ages 4-8 can visit the new Children’s Garden at Jenkins, and hear the adorable No Roses for Harry. After the read-aloud, children will make a mesh nest bag to take home to help local birds build a nest. Children are welcome to borrow a Junior Explorer vest and binder of materials to enjoy a walk on the garden paths after the activities.

Mother/Daughter Workshop: Beautiful Bangles

May 12, 2 — 4 pm

Wayne Art Center, 413 Maplewood Ave., Wayne


Design and decoupage a custom wooden bangle using strips of magazines and printed collage papers. This workshop is sure to bring you and your child together for fun, laughs and crafts! For kids ages 8 and up. Cost is $20 per person, and you should pre-register to reserve your spot.


Mother’s Day Fishing at Linvilla Orchards

May 13, 8 am– 4 pm

137 W. Knowlton Road, Media


Mothers fish for free at Linvilla’s Orchard Lake with paid child’s admission.

Mother’s Day El Bruncho at Lulu’s Casita

May 13, 9 am — noon

6 Cricket Ave., Ardmore


Enjoy all you can eat food stations, mimosas for the adults, and complimentary chair massage for all the mamas (while your kids play in the playspace).

Mother’s Day Aboard the Strasburg Railroad

May 13, 11 am, 12 pm, 1 pm, and 2 pm

301 Gap Road, Ronks


Enjoy a traditional Lancaster County meal aboard the scenic Strasburg Rail Road’s Lee E. Brenner Dining Car.

Rock and Roll Playhouse Presents: Beatles for Kids

May 13, 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!

Kids’ Crafts for Mom at Terrain

May 13, noon — 1 pm

914 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills


Bring along the little ones to make a sweet surprise! Reservations are required. $5 per child includes all materials and instruction.

Kids’ Playtime; Parents’ Teatime

May 13, 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 R. Kennedy for Visit Philadelphia. 



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