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March 25-28: Crafty Kids, Muddy Boots, Lemony Snicket Party and NerdCon

Here are some fun things to do this week with the kids.

Triangle Towns Host Easter Egg Hunts

Everyone loves the thrill of an Easter egg hunt, and Triangle towns from Apex to Zebulon are hosting lots of them!

March 22-24: Art in Bloom, From Sheep to Spindle, Sled into Spring and Performances of Two Grimm’s Fairy Tales

Here are some fun things to do with your kids around the Triangle this weekend.

North Carolina Zoo Becomes Certified Sensory Inclusive

New training with KultureCity creates more inclusive environment for people with sensory sensitivities

Flock to Sylvan Heights Bird Park

More than 55,000 visit the park each year

North Carolina Museum of Art Turns 17 Triangle Trash Cans Into Flower Bouquets

Bouquets celebrate NCMA's flower festival "Art in Bloom" through temporary public art installations in Chapel Hill, Durham and Raleigh.

Consignment Sales and Stores in the Triangle

Save some money on children's clothes and accessories at these sales and stores

Family Performances in the Triangle

Nothing beats theater and live shows for beauty, suspense, laughs and learning. Check out what's happening this month on local stages.

6 Nonstop Family-Friendly Destinations

Take the stress out of air travel by flying direct to one of these fun cities

Vacation Accommodations: House or Hotel?

Hotels and short-term rentals each offer pros and cons for family getaways. A mom and grandmother who travel with kids share their insights.

Enter to Win 4 Tickets to Marbles' Family Heart Hop Feb. 9

From the Foxtrot to the Floss, dance the night away in your festive best at this family Valentine's party.

Inside the Magic of Family Camps

Tune out the rest of the world and tune in to what really matters

How Summer Camp Helps Your Child Become a Leader

These regional camps offer examples

3 Days at Carolina Beach

Plan an off-season visit to this iconic North Carolina town

Fun Facts About Why We Celebrate Groundhog Day

Early spring or more winter ahead? And why do we ask a groundhog, anyway? Fun facts courtesy of the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.

Groundhog Day Events in Raleigh and Garner

Saturday, Feb. 2, is Groundhog Day, when our local weather prognosticators — Sir Walter Wally of Raleigh and Snerd of Garner — make their predictions.

Jan. 18-20: Squirrel Appreciation, Celebrating MLK Jr., Finally Friday, Nature Play Day and Renaissance Music

Here are some fun ideas for how to spend the weekend with your kids.

Triangle Places for Family Fun in Winter

The Triangle offers lots of play escapes where kids can create and learn — and many outings are free.

Jan. 14-17: Gross Animals, Winter Fun Through History, Geology Lab and Nature Explorers

Learn about gross animals, find out how about winter fun throughout history, discover the properties of different kinds of rocks and explore local nature.

Jan. 7-10: Confetti Bowls, Nature Exploration, Duck Tales and What’s in the Box?

Make confetti bowls, explore West Point on the Eno, learn all about ducks and investigate seasons and nature in art.

Jan. 4-6: Help to Reach Your 2019 Goals With Free Fitness Classes, a Reading Challenge, Teens IRL and a Winter Bird Search

Take free demo fitness classes, start a reading challenge, socialize with like-minded teens in and search for winter birds.

Take a Tour of Savannah

Bringing history to life

Where to Celebrate Kwanzaa in the Triangle

Performances, arts and crafts, drumming, candle lighting and more mark this year's festivities

13 Fun Things to Do in Raleigh-Durham and Chapel Hill Over Winter Break

Make the most of the winter break. Head out to these special events, shows and places with your family.