Hope everyone was able to enjoy the beautiful weather on Saturday. We spent all of Saturday at the playground, not sure if our son was more excited or if we were. We are looking forward to the days staying brighter, longer.
We created a post on exploring DC, VA and MD indoors. You can find at the top of the homepage “Indoor Fun” as well as here. Whether it’s to escape the cold or beat the heat, we hope you find it useful. Have a great week and hopefully your kids will be back on a regular sleeping routine in no time!
Monday, March 10:
9:30am-11:00am- Rise and Rhyme at Busboys and Poets
(5531 Baltimore Ave., Hyattsville, Md. 20781)
Rise + Rhyme is a weekly Busboys and Poets series for local stay-at-home parents and early rising families of all kinds! Featuring performances and stories for children ages 5 and under. This week The Singing Lizard will be there to rock out.
10:00am-11:30am- Open Studio for Toddlers at Art Space
(614 S St NW, Washington, DC. 20001)
Toddlers and their accompanying adult are encouraged to come and create age-appropriate art projects. Rachel Dickerson Brunswick and her 2 year old daughter, Ona, will set up materials for safe, fun, and creative projects. Children will learn the art or cleaning up as well! Wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty in. Siblings are welcome. $5 drop in fee.
10:30am-11:30am- Young Portrait Explorers: Georgia O’Keeffe at National Portrait Gallery
(8th and F St Washington, DC.)
Become a Young Portrait Explorer and discover the National Portrait Gallery through history and art. Activities include looking at a portrait by American artist Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986), listening to a story about her, and participating in a hands-on activity. TOddlers up to age 5, registration is required.
Tuesday, March 11:
10:00am- Museum of Natural History’s Butterfly Pavilion (2nd floor)
(10th St. and Constitution Ave., NW)
Every Tuesday at 10:00am you can get into the magnificent butterfly pavilion for free! Make sure and get a free ticket by the entrance. We visited this last month and were amazed by how many butterflies were flying around, some even landing on a shoulder. Look closely and you could spot a frog under some trees.