May 10-12 Weekend Outlook | Mother's Day, Sunshine, and Activities Galore
May 08, 2019 11:41PM
● By Rachel Belfield
A free moms' night out, Hawaiian dance and music, strawberry shortcake, chance to try stand-up paddle boarding, and two school plays top our lengthy list of things to do May 10-12. What piques your interest?
Mother Nature's in Full Bloom
Find a blooming gift for Mom (or for yourself) at the Kruckeberg Botanic Garden's annual Mother's Day sale. Read More »
This annual event is sure to please children and grown-ups alike, with a kiddie parade, strawberry shortcake, and live music at the Richmond Beach Community Park! Read More »
Local produce, food, and crafts debut for the year this Sunday at the Town Center.
Out, About, and Active
Take a morning stroll in the woods. Hamlin is one of the oldest parks in Shoreline and a wonderful place to take a forested trail walk without having to drive to the mountains. Read More »
Building and Making
Free rose for Mom, at Math 'n' Stuff in the Roosevelt neighborhood of north Seattle. Read More »
Family program, all ages welcome with adult. Build all kinds of creation with Duplos. We'll take a picture of your creation for you to bring home from the Kenmore Library. Read More »
Visit to pick up super-cute treats and merchandise at Alderwood Mall across from the AMC Theater. Read More »
Making Music and Memories
Friday's performers Voices 4 Jazz carry on the tradition of the swing era, and Saturday's Northwest Jazz Band perform big band classics and contemporary arrangements of jazz standards.Read More »
Shorecrest Drama presents Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at the Shorecrest Performing Arts Center. Read More »
Home Education Exchange 3rd through 8th graders will present L. Frank Baum's The Wizard of Oz. Read More »
Learn more about Hawaiian culture through drama and dance at the Shoreline Library. Read More »
Need a Little "Me Time"?
This popular, once-a-month event is packed with fun, laughter, and snacks for 5th and 6th graders. Read More »
Indoor playgrounds aren't just for weekdays! So your kids might not be old enough yet for the "drop and dash" events, but you can still get your little ones out and about and get a change of scenery. The Mountlake Terrace Recreation Pavilion offers Saturday and Sunday morning playtimes. And the Ravenna-Eckstein Community Center is open for kids ages 1-5 for a large portion of the day Saturdays.
The coming week and next weekend promise to be just as busy and fun-filled as this one! Keep coming back to Shoreline Families' complete listing of things to do with children in and around Shoreline.
If you haven't yet, make sure to add events to your chosen digital calendar of choice like this: