Toddler Time @ Art Works Now
Open studio time for toddlers and their accompanying adults. DIY Slime: Drop-in and create your own gooey, messy slime! This is a great sensory play project to do with your toddler.
Where: Art Works Now, 3711 Rhode Island Ave, Mt. Rainier
Storytime PopUp! @ The Waterhole
Join us for stories, songs, fingerplays and more at this innovation collaboration between PGCMLS & Mt. Rainier’s fabulous organic juice & smoothie joint, The Waterhole. Best for 0-5 years old. Curious? Click here for fun video of a past collabo! Thirsty? Order the kid-friendly “Berry Nice.” 👍
When: 10 am
Where: The Waterhole, 4004 34th St., Mt. Rainier
Cost: Free (Heads-up: Waterhole’s menu is delish, highly recommend indulging!)
** Want to know our thoughts on The Waterhole in Mount Rainier? Check out our review!
Eagle nesting season is almost over! Take a hike with a naturalist around Cash Lake to find adult eagles and learn what makes them such extraordinary raptors. Registration is required by calling 301-497-5887. Ages 8-10.
Where: National Wildlife Visitor Center, 10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop, Laurel
Cost: Free! (Donations welcome.)
Little Makers – Paper Lunch Bags!
Children work together with their parents/caretakers to craft, create, invent and explore! Just bring your ideas and creativity – we’ll provide the materials! Ages 2-6.
Where: Greenbelt’s Maker Space, 125 Centerway, Greenbelt
St. Patty’s Fun Fair (10am-2pm) & Open House (10-11am)
Join this family-friendly event sponsored by the College Park Nursery School & enjoy fun games, art projects, food, a silent auction and a raffle that helps support the operating costs of the school. Best for kiddos 2-5 years old. Check out the Open House from 10am-11am!
Where: College Park Episcopal Church, 4512 College Ave, College Park
Cost: No entry free; purchase tickets to play games (carnival style)
Pack a lunch. Head for this Nature Craft program to enjoy a story, meet a live animal, and make a craft. Then head to the adjacent, awesome 12,000 square foot “Wizard of Oz”-themed playground! Eat lunch. Head home. See – just scheduled an amazingly fun, low-cost, Prince George’s-based morning for you and your young ones! 👊
Where: Watkins Nature Center, 301 Watkins Park Drive, Upper Marlboro
Cost: $3 for program (playground is free)
Spanish/English Ready to Read Storytime
Bring your toddler and join us for stories, songs, fingerplays and more!
Where: Hyattsville Library, 6530 Adelphi Road, Hyattsville
Public Reception & Awards Ceremony: Fifth Annual Artists on the Rise
Got yourself a burgeoning artist? Then take him/her to this reception honoring National Youth Art Month where be exposed to the great artwork of teens (ages 13-18) in the DC metropolitan area.
Where: Montpelier Arts Center, 9652 Muirkirk Rd, Laurel
Movie Time! Family Series – Stuart Little
Where: Old Greenbelt Theatre, 129 Centerway, Greenbelt
Cost: Matinees: $7 p/p
Open Gym – Bounce & Jump Around!
If you haven’t checked this place out yet with your energetic 1-12 year old(s), then let this be the day! This place is really great. HUGE. Two climbing walls. Two foam pits. Tons of equipment for curious ones to explore and blow off some steam. Very clean. Spaces are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Parents are required to be on the floor with the children.
Where: Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex, 8001 Sheriff Rd, Landover
Parent + Preschooler Yoga
(in support of The Greenwood School)
Enjoy an hour of playful poses with your 2-5 year old led by yoga instructor and preschool teacher Kristen. Thanks to Numi’s generosity, half of every admission will go to support the Friends of Greenwood’s Tuition Assistance Program! Space is limited to 15 parent/child pairs, so register and pay online ASAP to reserve your spot! Go to the Greenwood website (greenwoodschoolmd.org) and click on the “Namaste Banner” to register.
Where: Numi Yoga, 4513 College Ave, College Park
Cost: $25 (1/2 goes to support the Friends of Greenwood’s Tuition Assistance Program!)
Smaland at College Park’s Ikea
Free, 1 hour, supervised, enclosed, safe & clean play area near the entrance. Enjoy some shopping or just relax/eat/peoplewatch at the restaurant upstairs while your young one(s) has a blast at Smaland. Children must be potty trained and be 37” to 54” tall (so children typically b/w ages of 3-6). Tips: (1) Best to arrive earlier on in the day as day progresses, so do the entrances lines; & (2) Join Ikea Family & kids get extra 30 minutes to play (depending on capacity) & you get free coffee!
When: 10:30am – 7pm
Where: 10100 Baltimore Avenue, College Park