Triangle Families Explore Weekend Roundup April 1-3

Friday – April 1st

Partee Shack is offering BOGO mini golf to celebrate their 1 year anniversary

Lazy Hound Farms in Wendell is kicking off their Friday Farm Club for kiddos ages 2-5 (10:30am-12pm)

Bands, Bites and Boats at Bond Park in Cary

One Friday a month, the Bond Park Boathouse hosts musicians, food trucks, and after-hours boat rentals. Spend your Friday evening floating on Bond Lake in the setting sun while you listen to great music and enjoy delicious food. Prefer to stay on land? Bring a lawn chair, friends and family and join us.

Aspiring Engineers at White Deer Park

Visit White Deer Park for an evening of engineering fun with hands-on learning through experiments, crafts, and other activities in the Nature Center classroom. Also, bring a blanket to enjoy outdoor activities and stargazing with Raleigh Astronomy Club on the lawn. This is a self-paced drop-in program.

Carolina Children’s Theater Presents Peter Pan Jr

Junnie B Jones is Not a Crook – Showtimes Fri, Sat, and Sun

Saturday – April 2nd

Easter Bunny Hay Ride Adventure at Millstone Creek Orchards

Storytime & Craft at Quail Ridge Books (10:30-11:30am)

Old Mill Farm Durham – Spring Fling (12-6pm)

Saturdays on Salem and Apex Farmers Market

Kinly Pregnancy Baby & Child Expo at Marbles (10am – 4pm)

Naylor Family Farm Easter Egg Hunt and Celebration (9am – 3pm)

Phillips Farms of Cary – Grand Opening and Food Truck Rodeo

Sensory Friendly Easter Egg Hunt at Soapstone Methodist Church (10am – 12pm)

Spring Fling at Ting Stadium (10am – 12pm)

Wetland Sensory Walk for Autism Day (10am – 11am)

Wild Beginnings Nature School Free Monthly Play Date (10am)

Easter Egg Hunt at Parkside Commons

The Market at NCMA

Community Easter Celebration for Kids with Special Needs (12-1:30pm)

Midtown Square Spring Festival – (dedicated Kid Zone 12-4pm)

Sunday – April 3rd

Historic House and Garden Tour – Isabelle Bowen Henderson House and Gardens (1-4pm)

Easter Bunny Hay Ride Adventure at Millstone Creek Orchards

Carrboro Open Streets (12-4pm)

The community is invited to dance, do yoga, ride their bikes, climb a rock wall, make smoothies on a bike blender, and participate in many other activities in a public space that not many ever thought of as a place to partake in recreation.

4th Annual Festival of Nations Hosted by Sister Cities of Durham (11am-5pm)

Art n Soul Market at Amberly Amphitheater in Cary (11am-3pm)

Wake Forest Veg Fest (10am-3pm)

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