Have Fun This Week With Storytime, Crafts, Tech, Ninja Moves, Karaoke and More
Fun things to do with your kids this week
Monday is Memorial Day, and lots of natural and cultural sites around North Carolina will be open.
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This week in the Triangle there is a lot to do. Spend Memorial Day at natural and cultural sites across North Carolina, enjoy storytime and a fun craft at Read With Me in Raleigh, experience an Open Maker Day at the MakerLab@Northgate in Durham, and join in a fun dance and karaoke party for teens at Cameron Village Regional Library in Raleigh.
Lots of North Carolina's natural and cultural sites will be open and have special deals running for Memorial Day. Check out a selection here.
Join local educator Deanna Hicks at Read With Me in downtown Raleigh for this fun activity. All ages are welcome to hear an engaging story and create art based on the story. Storytime alone is free, and if you stay for the craft, a $5 materials fee will be charged. Meet on May 29 from 10:30-11:15 a.m. No preregistration is necessary.
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Open Maker Day FREE
Explore technologies including 3D printing, robotics and virtual reality as the MakerLab@Northgate in Durham opens up to the whole family. Hours are from 3-4 p.m. on May 30. No appointment or preregistration is necessary to participate.
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Warrior Tech OCR in Morrisville celebrates its one-year anniversary with a “Techiversary” party. Enjoy food trucks, live music and professional ninja athletes, including Jessie Graff, who will be at the event from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Purchase event tickets online.
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Kids in grades 6-10 can meet at the Cameron Village Regional Library on May 31 from 4-5 p.m. to show off their skills at Dance Dance Revolution and Wii Karaoke. Snack and soft drinks will be provided to refuel attendees. Preregister here.
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