Today I’m launching a new feature where I give you the rundown on the South Sound’s best bets for affordable family fun in the week ahead. I hope it’s a helpful tool as you plan your adventures.
I’ll continue to have your weekend wrap-up on Fridays, your Museum Monday post on Mondays, and posts on good deals, cheap fun, and activities that are too good to miss every other day!
Here’s What Sounds Fun for the Week of November 28th!
*Please note that due to the nature of the Pierce County Library and Tacoma Nature Center websites, you may have to scroll down to find the date and activity listed.
Bubble Time and Art Exploration at The Children’s Museum of Tacoma Try to snag a pass from your library to go for free!
Play to Learn storytime at South Hill library in Puyallup for ages 0-6 10AM-11:30
Play to Learn Story Time at Graham 10-11:30
Story time at the Tacoma Art Museum 11AM Free with admission; Grab an Art Access Pass from your library to go for free
Victorian Country Christmas opens at the Puyallup fairgrounds. Kids under 5 are free. Adults are 10.00; older kids are 8.00. Save 2.00 off adult admission with discount coupons available at Top Foods and Key Bank. Lots of free activities for kids including the Santa Tram, carousel rides, and crafts. Other activities including face painting and pony rides do cost extra-discuss expectations before you go.
Fetch club for kids in grades 3-5 Parkland Spanaway at 3:30 *Wait List
Play to Learn Lakewood
Beginning Science at the Tacoma Nature Center for 8-10 year olds Morning and afteroon sessions; for homeschoolers and other interested children. Preregister 10.00-12.00 All About Chemistry
Santa visit and tree lighting at the the Job Carr Museum 4-6PM Cocoa and snacks; Free Santa photos while supplies and time allows. See my original post here.
Nature Storytime for Preschoolers at the Tacoma Nature Center today is H is for Hibernators
See the Rainy Day Play tab in the menu for indoor playgrounds and bouncy house facilities. Explore Places to Go for information on area museums, roller rinks, and so much more!
This weekend’s event list includes tree lightings and parades in Gig Harbor, Puyallup, Auburn, and Sumner-plus, the start of the Santa Train at Camp Six and so much more!
You don’t have to wait until the weekend to have fun, though! In addition to all the activities in the list above, I have a sleigh load of great posts planned. Don’t forget to “Like,” the New SFM Facebook page (if you “Liked,” me before last Wednesday that page is Gone-sorry)! You can also subscribe to my RSS feed or emails, so you don’t miss a bit of fun!