Your big weekend list is coming up tomorrow, but I wanted to highlight some events at Pierce County Libraries that I’m not sure I’ll have room for.
If you’ve ever noticed that some weekend lists have a lot more than others, part of the reason is that the Pierce County Library System has set aside one Saturday a month for special cultural programming for families. This Saturday is one of those days, and you’ll find a variety of all ages fun at a library near you!
Here’s the run down:
Fetch Club-A Kids’ Science Club for kids in 3rd-5th grade. Requires registration. 11-12 in Dupont or 2-3 in Graham. Both have several openings.
Go Fly a Kite-Eatonville Family kite making activity 1:00 PM
Forests of the Northwest Buckley at 1:00 Learn more about the beautiful NW forests.
Letterboxing-Orting 1:00. Do you know about Letterboxing? It’s a real-life outdoor treasure hunt, like geo caching without the pricey technology.
Saturday Matinee-Key Center 2:00 Watch a Buster Keaton film, make a flip book and eat pizza
St.Patrick’s Day Celebration-Tillicum at 2:00 Stories and puppet show
Ashley’s Avian Antics Edgewood at 3:00 Bird show My kids have seen this and enjoyed it.
There are also informational events on garden prep in Steilacoom and Dupont, that I’m sure would be fine for all ages, assuming your kiddos were interested.
You can get more info. on all these fun and free events right here. If your computer is on the slow side, I should warn you that PCL files tend to be big pdfs.
More fun coming your way soon!