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7:00 PM at the Cardinal Heights Upper middle School of Sun Prairie. $3 for students and seniors, $5 for adults – you can get tickets in advance at Sentry Foods Sun Prairie.
This incorporates a number of Dr Seuss Books, such as Horton hears a Who, Horton Hatches the Egg and Miss Gertrude McFuzz. I don’t know about you – we LOVE shows put on by kids! They bring such a fun, fresh take to it all.
The Dane County Farmer’s Market on the Square!!!!Squeeky Cheese Curds, Baked goods, spring produce AND the beautiful downtown Madison – what more could you ask for?
Come join the YMCA for our Healthy Kids Day. If your family could benefit from a little togetherness, the Y is the place to be. FREE for everyone!
Camp Fair is a FREE event for families interested in the Y’s summer programming for children ages 2-14 years. Kids can participate in fun activities, while staff answer all your questions. Bring your child’s immunization records to register at the fair! Enter our drawing to win a free week of camp! See Detailed information HERE
Kids in the Rotunda ***LAST WEEK of the Season
Every Saturday October thru May – Overture Center for the Arts
Overture Center offers free arts programs designed for children and families at 9:30 AM, 11 AM and 1 PM. The popular performing arts series for children and families offers a relaxed, kid-friendly environment in which to enjoy a diverse lineup of local and regional musicians, storytellers, jugglers, theater troupes, magicians and dancers.
The 1 PM performances are sign language interpreted. Kids in the Rotunda takes place on the Rotunda Stage. This week the Geoff Akins’ Bubble Wonders (inspirational bubble show)
Visit the UW Geology Museum
1215 W. Dayton St., 262-2399, http://www.geologymuseum.org/ (Mon-Fri 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free.) —Besides its extensive mineral, rock and fossil collections behind glass, kids can touch rocks from a time when there were volcanoes in Wisconsin, see rocks and minerals that glow, and stand under huge mastodon tusks. Great for those like my daughter who want to be a Paleontologist!
Sunday, April 29th
2:00 PM at the Cardinal Heights Upper middle School of Sun Prairie. $3 for students and seniors, $5 for adults – you can get tickets in advance at Sentry Foods Sun Prairie.
This incorporates a number of Dr Seuss Books, such as Horton hears a Who, Horton Hatches the Egg and Miss Gertrude McFuzz.
Visit the McKay Center!
Spring is EARLY this year and that means the flowering trees are too!
It’s the PERFECT weekend to hit the McKay center and check out everything from apple trees to lilacs. You can’t take a picnic lunch in there but it is worth checking out – it’s also a FAB backdrop for great photos of your children!
You will be dazzled by the sweet smells of nature! See more HERE
Waisman Center Children’s Theatre- The Reluctant Dragon
Sundays per schedule…NOT an event every weekend!
Shows take place in the Friends of the Waisman Center Auditorium at 1500 Highland Ave, off of University Ave near the UW Hospital. Admission to these short, family-friendly performances are usually just $2 for adults and $1 for children, thanks to sponsorship from American Girl Fund for Children.
Playtime Productions: The Reluctant Dragon
1:00 PM only – just one show! ***Babcock Hall isn’t far away and they have AMAZING ice cream!