Here’s a special Sunday edition of your weekend list. While Sunday is typically a slower day here at the blog, there is a whole slate of fun events this Sunday, including a unique opportunity at the Pioneer Museum in Eatonville. Headed to Seattle or one of our other neighbors? Check out the big list over at ThriftyNWmom compiled by super bargain sleuth Sia of Centsible in Seattle. If you prefer to stay local, read on for the best of South Sound fun. If you haven’t been by this week, I’m also doing a survey. It’s just 5 minutes, and it will help me make sure I’m bringing you the posts you want!
You can get free admission to National Parks. There is still plenty of snow for play at Paradise.
The Marine Regatta is the last official event of the Daffodil Festival. Find a spot on Ruston Way and wave goodbye to the princesses.
Last day for performances of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, by the Olympia Children’s Theater. Tickets are 15.50 for adults and 8.50 for kids.
Auburn Avenue Kids’ performance of The Emperor’s New Clothes Tickets are 6.00 2PM
Community Day at the Ohop Pioneer Museum in Eatonville Bring two cans of food and get a free, 90 minute guided tour of this unique museum that offers a glimpse of pioneer life.
Easter egg hunt at the plant place in Olympia 5.00; Relay for Life fundraiser
Spring Bazaar at Discover Community Center at Fort Lewis While not a children’s event, reader Hallie left a note at the fb page that she would be here with some of her handcrafted puppets. If you love to shop a bazaar, it sounds like a fun one.
If you like to visit or take photos with the Easter Bunny, he’s arrived at most area malls!
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I’ll have your list of weekday ideas up Sunday evening. They’ll be a bit later than usual as we’re celebrating Henry’s 6th birthday….I guess I should quit calling him, “The baby.” Sigh.
I hope you have a wonderful day with your families.