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Nov 8, 2012
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Family Jams & fun

Family Jams & fun

Family Jams at the Magic Gardens

Philly & the 'burbs

The famous Magic Gardens in Philadelphia hosts Family Jams on Sunday, where kids can make "blob" ornaments using tiles, mirror pieces, and other objects.

At the Tyler Arboretum in Media, PA, the Digital Photo Hunt Family Program on Saturday will send you on a scavenger hunt around the arboretum, and you'll document as you go!

Splash in the pool while watching Star Wars on a big screen at the the Greater Plymouth Community Center's Flick & Float on Friday night in Plymouth Meeting, PA.

The National Constitution Center in Philadelphia hosts the Veterans Day Celebration on Sunday, with flag ceremonies, crafts, activities and veterans sharing their stories. Veterans get in free!

South Jersey

The Train Festival at Camden Children's Garden in Camden, NJ on Saturday & Sunday will have train displays, a train ride, crafts, games and a reading of The Polar Express.

Delaware

Introduce your kids to Beatles tunes at Premier Center for the Arts in Middletown, DE at the Beatles Cafe on Friday & Saturday, when students and teachers perform hit songs.

A special night for special needs

The Garden State Discovery Museum in Cherry Hill, NJ hosts Open Arms - For Families with Children on the Autism Spectrum on Sunday, a free night of fun for kids on the spectrum and their families.

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