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Celebrate Women in Science at The Bakken Museum on Saturday, March 11
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Twin Cities Easter Egg Hunts & Activities
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2017 Twin Cities Spring Break Guide
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Twin Cities March Family Events & Activities Guide
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St. Patrick’s Day: Fun at Home or Around Town
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Read Across America Day: Seuss-tastic Events Around the Twin Cities – That You Can Attend With All of Your Kiddies
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Free Twin Cities March Family Events & Activities
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FFTC’s 2017 Guide to Twin Cities Summer Camps
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New MELSA smARTpass Program – An Arts Access Program for Metro Public Library Users
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The Sneetches Musical at Children’s Theatre Company

Celebrate Women in Science at The Bakken Museum on Saturday, March 11

“Girls need to know that there is room for them in this space,” Gaby Ruiz-Colon, biologist.

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Twin Cities Easter Egg Hunts & Activities

Easter Egg Hunts in the Twin CitiesGrab your baskets and get ready for the hunt! And check back often, as we will we be adding to this list until Easter is upon us. If you know of an event — free or paid — that you’d like to see added, please drop us a line via our contact form. Thanks!


Thanks to our March Sponsor, Wishing Tree Play Cafe.

Located in White Bear Lake on Hwy 96 near 35 E, Wishing Tree Play Cafe is respite of delicious food and fun play!

Wishing Tree Play Cafe


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2017 Twin Cities Spring Break Guide

Sticking close to home with your crew this Spring Break? (Same here. Hence all this research.) Craft a fun staycation for your own family in the Twin Cities with the following ideas:


Thanks to our AMAZING March Sponsor Wishing Tree Play Cafe.

We can’t wait for our Pajama Party on March 16!

Pajama Party


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Twin Cities March Family Events & Activities Guide

Thanks to our AMAZING March Sponsor Wishing Tree Play Cafe.

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St. Patrick’s Day: Fun at Home or Around Town

It’s the luck of the Irish that makes St. Patrick’s Day fall on a Friday, so we can party all weekend.  There is a lot of fun happening around town including two parades and some celebrations.

Also, if you would rather stay in, we have included some ideas for you to use at home.
St. Patrick's Day

 


March 17St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations around theTwin Cities

St. Paul’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade (Friday, March 17.  Noon. Rice Park. FREE)

St. Patrick’s Day Irish Celebration (Friday, March 17. 10 am-5 pm. Landmark Center. $5-$7)

St. Patrick's Day at The Landmark Center

Image courtesy of the Landmark Center


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St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner. I don’t know about you, but I love this “holiday.” It’s a fun one for me because there are no expectations. If we forget it, it’s okay–nobody is worse for the wear. If we celebrate it, EVERYONE in the family has fun.


St. Patrick’s Day Fun at Home

 

Lucky Rainbow Chain for St. Patrick’s Day from Crafty Morning

Clover Sun Catcher from Pink Stripey Socks
St. Patricks DayShamrock Shake Copycat Recipe from Babble

One suggestion I would make for the shake is start with 1/8 tsp of peppermint extract and then add to taste!


 

Read Across America Day: Seuss-tastic Events Around the Twin Cities – That You Can Attend With All of Your Kiddies

March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s birthday and the NEA (National Education Association) is celebrating the 20th Annual Read Across America Day.

Visit Seussville on Read Across America Day

Play games and learn more about Dr. Seuss at Seussville.com.

 The Twin Cities is joining the fun with celebrations at these locations:

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Free Twin Cities March Family Events & Activities

We’ve pulled together a fun list of Free Twin Cities March Family Events & Activities.

TWIN CITIES SPECIAL EVENTS – FREE

3/1: Let’s Get Crafty | American Girl Store, Mall of America • Ongoing first Wed/month, 4-6pm

3/3: Forever Wild Family Friday: Nature Bingo | Lebanon Hills Visitor Center, Eagan, 7-8:30pm


Thanks to our March Sponsor, Wishing Tree Play Cafe.

Located in White Bear Lake on Hwy 96 near 35 E, Wishing Tree Play Cafe is respite of delicious food and fun play!

Wishing Tree Play Cafe


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FFTC’s 2017 Guide to Twin Cities Summer Camps

Twin Cities Summer Camps

Classic outdoor adventures, tech-y enrichment, performing arts opportunities and cultural explorations are just a sampling of what you’ll find in our 2017 Guide to Twin Cities Summer Camps. From day camps for your preschoolers to sleepaways for the teens, these local camps offer something for everyone.


Thank you to the Title Sponsor–The Kids Cooking School.

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New MELSA smARTpass Program – An Arts Access Program for Metro Public Library Users

Last year the MELSA Libraries (Anoka County, Carver County, Dakota County, Hennepin County,Ramsey County, Saint Paul, Scott County, Washington County), rolled out the smARTpass Program. Library patrons now have another option for free or reduced-price tickets to arts activities and museums with this program.

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The Sneetches Musical at Children’s Theatre Company

The Sneetches by Dr. Seuss is now a musical at Children’s Theatre Company. It was a bit more mature than I was expecting. Based on the “All Ages” recommendation and the target age of the book, I took my five-year-old son.

Five may have been young for The Sneetches musical, but we had a fun day and made good memories.

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