Coding, Cooking and Clothing: Fun Stuff April 24-27
Kids can learn about robots and coding at Marbles Kids Museum’s Science Solvers, taking place April 25.
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This week, April 24-27, your kids can explore coding, cooking and clothing — and wear their PJs to an evening storytime.
Program robots to play basketball, model fashions you design, or make it through a maze. Build binary code bracelets, tinker with tech and get started using kid-friendly coding apps. This event takes place 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Tuesday, April 25, at Marbles Kids Museum in downtown Raleigh. Free with admission ($5 per person).
Children ages 5-12 can learn about healthy foods and kitchen and food safety, plus enjoy a healthy snack with Whole Foods cooking coach Sherry Thrasher. This event takes place 4-5:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 25 (and weekly), at the Whole Foods store in North Raleigh. Email registration is required (include the child's name, age and any food allergies). Meet in the bakery side of the cafe. Free, but seats are limited.
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Children put on their pajamas, grab a favorite stuffed friend, and enjoy stories about going to bed. This event takes place 7-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 26 (and the last Wednesday of each month) in the Program Room at the Chapel Hill Public Library. Families with children ages 2 and older are welcome. Free.
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Though milling processes haven’t changed that much since the mill at Historic Yates Mill County Park was built in the 1760s, the way people dress sure has. Stop by Historic Yates Mill County Park to make your own fashion timeline, try on some Colonial clothes, explore the park’s historic costume collection, and play a round or two of “They Wore What?!” as part of the park’s “A Side of History” series. The program is suitable for ages 8 years and older and takes place 6-7 p.m., Thursday, April 27, at Historic Yates Mill County Park in Raleigh. Registration ($1 per person) is required.
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