Weekend Planner: March 6, 2020
Family-fun events and activities in Philadelphia, the suburbs, South Jersey and Delaware for March 6-8, 2020
Top Picks for This Weekend
Got dino fans in the family? Don’t miss Paleopalooza at Philly’s Academy of Natural Sciences Saturday and Sunday. You’ll dig into fossil-prep demos, auditorium shows, interactive displays and discussions, a fossil hunt and a meet-and-greet with a T.rex named Crunchy.
Get the kids a sitter! Philly’s Navy Yard plays host to the Philly Craft Beer Festival Saturday. Ranked among the Top 10 events of its kind in the country by Forbes Traveler, the fest features more than 50 of the top local and national craft breweries, serving 150 different beers.
Did you know that kids involved in the arts are four times more likely to be recognized for academic achievements? Whether your kid’s a drama queen, pint-sized Picasso, aspiring sculptor or young author, the Delaware Valley offers classes, workshops and events to nurture his or her passion. On Sunday, get them acquainted with drawing and painting during Family Second Sunday at Wilmington’s Delaware Art Museum, or the FREE Family Arts Academy at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philly.
More Events in Philly and the Main Line
Philadelphia Orchestra: Carnival of the Animals Performance at Philly’s Verizon Hall, Saturday
Sweet Art Cupcake-Decorating Workshop at Wayne’s Wayne Art Center, Saturday
FREE Bucks County Wedding Show at Doylestown’s Delaware Valley University, Sunday
PECO Family Jams: Light-Up Sculptures at Philly’s Philadelphia's Magic Gardens, Sunday
More Events in Delaware
Science Saturday: Chemistry for the Curious at Wilmington’s Hagley Museum and Library, Saturday
Dude and Buddy's Best Friend Bonanza at Wilmington's Delaware Museum of Natural History, Saturday
More Events in South Jersey
Gritty Character Clay Workshop at Collingswood’s All Fired Up!, Friday
Family Purim and Shabbat Event at Cherry Hill’s Garden State Discovery Museum, Saturday
FREE Family Workshop: Paper-Tube Koi Fish at Millville’s WheatonArts, Sunday