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PECO Family Jams: Modeling Real Life

Philadelphia's Magic Gardens

Apr 9, 2017

Artist Isaiah Zagar transformed the walls, floors, and ceilings of Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens by adding tiles and everyday objects. In our special exhibition Threshold, Jacintha Clark transforms porcelain to mimic common objects such as packing peanuts, sticky notes, and floor plans. Join us to create your own sculpture of an everyday object with Model Magic. Learn about where Zagar...

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EarthFest

Briar Bush Nature Center

Apr 9, 2017

Enjoy hikes, animal shows, crafts and other family fun. Bring an invasive plant from your yard and receive a native plant for free. 

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St. Anne's Episcopal School Open House

St. Anne's Episcopal School

Apr 9, 2017

Coed independent day school prepares students for honors coursework at the finest area high schools. Located on 125 scenic acres and founded by visionary educators from St. Andrew's School in 2002, it remains committed to intellectual growth, character development and the confidence to lead. Transportation available and extended care.

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Historic Odessa Easter Egg Hunt

Historic Houses of Odessa

Apr 9, 2017

Thousands of candy-filled Easter eggs will be hidden on the grounds of the Corbit-Sharp House, a National Historic Landmark and Underground Network to Freedom site. Three separate areas will be designated for toddlers, PreK to second grade and third to fifth grade children. Following the hunt, age-appropriate crafts will be held in the Wilson-Warner Barn and refreshments will be...

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Family Arts Academy: Razzle Dazzle

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Apr 9, 2017

The Recycled Art in Residence  group's special expertise in creating eco-conscience art projects will help families use paint and cardboard to create a Razzle Dazzle-inspired vessel, just like artists used pattern and color to disguise giant ships during WWI

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Eco-Egg Hunt

Norristown Farm Park

Apr 9, 2017

Kids ages 6-8 are challenged to find eggs by following a series of ecological clues hidden in eggs that are in the woods and fields.  Kids should dress for outdoor play. The treasure trove will be found at the end of the hunt. There will be a separate egg hunt for children ages 3-5, beginning promptly at 2pm. Those in this age range should bring a small basket for egg collecting. ...

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