May 3-5 Weekend Outlook | Spring has Sprung!
May 03, 2019 10:58AM
● By Rachel Belfield
Family Friday EventsStep into Willy Wonka's world of pure imagination with a play put on by Brookside Elementary, get a jump on your Cinco de Mayo weekend with food and trivia at the Loyal Heights Community Center, or make your own greeting cards (hint: Mother's Day is next weekend!) at the Lake City Community Center. Follow these links for all the details:
We invite you to step into the word of pure imagination as Willy Wonka leads you through his magical, quirky and splendid factory. Performed at the Shorewood HS Performing Arts Center. Read More »
Come out for night of delicious Mexican food as we celebrate Cinco de Mayo family style. Fun trivia will challenge your mind. There will be a piñata and other fun actives for the little ones at the Loyal Heights Community Center. Read More »
Ages 4 and older join us to make greeting cards at our family craft night. We will team with a specialist to teach you the basic skills and then turn you loose with the supplies at the Lake City Community Center. Read More »
Saturday in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park
Come by and pick out some brand new free comic books to keep. Plus, meet and have your picture taken with Star Wars characters from Seattle's Garrison Titan and heroes from Costumed Chara... Read More »
Make Mom’s day with a handmade blooming art piece. In this hands-on workshop you and your child can discuss the art of patience as you build a blooming work of art to gift or put on display. Most suitable for kids ages 5-12. Pre-registration is appreciated.Read More »
Enjoy family-friendly live music each Friday and Saturday evening at Third Place Commons. May 4 artist is the Northwest Jazz Big Band Admission is free, but keep in mind that surrou... Read More »
Make It an Edmonds Kind of SaturdayWith an outdoor market, an drop-in family art workshop honoring Frida Kahlo, and an opportunity to explore a salmon hatchery, consider making a day of your visit to our neighboring city of Edmonds.
The Edmonds Historical Museum’s Garden Market opens this Saturday, May 4 at 5th and Bell in downtown Edmonds. The garden market, a smaller version of the summer market that starts June... Read More »
Join Edmonds’ Cascadia Art Museum Saturday, May 4, to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a family drop-in workshop. The event will start at 11 a.m. and end around 1 pm. Children, teens, pare... Read More »
A fun family event chock full of exhibits, games, crafts, nature walks, and activities especially for kids. Take a tour of Edmonds' newest raingarden cluster, and dance and sing with local performers. All free at the Willow Creek Salmon Hatchery and Habitat Demonstration Garden.Read More »
Watery Exploration at UW on SaturdayA bit farther afield, but likely worth the trip for your budding oceanographer or marine biologist:
Explore "Our Watery World" through hands-on activities by UW students, staff, faculty, post-docs, and members from other organizations from around Puget Sound Read More »
Exercise Your Mind and Your Body on SundayPut a focus on your family's health and wellness on Sunday with opportunities to work your body and your brain in and around Shoreline.
Ages 6 and older; tweens and teens welcome. Join the club! Play chess, learn chess, or teach chess to others. Drop in to enjoy a casual and fun atmosphere with snacks provided. All skill ... Read More »
Join us on Sunday, May 5th at Edmonds-Woodway HS Stadium from 2:00pm to 3:00pm for a FREE introductory clinic to soccer. Ages Pre-K to 4th grade (born between 2010-2015) are welcome. Please pre-register. Read More »
Respect. Kindness. Harmony. Honesty. Gratitude. Peace. A series of one-hour classes hosted at our local Buddhist Monastery. Please sign up in advance. Read More »