5 Fun Things to Do with Kids for Valentine’s Day Weekend
From craft boxes to drive-in films, we’ve got you covered
Valentine Craft Time at Lake Lynn
Lake Lynn Park 7921 Ray Road, Raleigh
For $7, join in on a craft party at Lake Lynn Community Center. Only one parent can accompany each kid, and there will be a take-home option available for pick-up. The fun runs Feb. 10 through Feb. 11, 10 a.m.-11 a.m. More info here.
Daddy Daughter Valentine’s Dance Party at The Playhouse Children’s Museum
1520 Broad St., Fuquay-Varina
This daddy-daughter dance party has limited attendance for social distancing, with tickets running $15 combined for both the kid and parent. A DJ will be playing tunes live, and each kid also receives a present at the end of the night. More info here.
Click Clack Moo, I Love You at Holly Springs Cultural Center
300 W Ballentine St., Holly Springs
“We will be reading the book “Click Clack Moo – I Love You” and making two stuffed animals from the story. Each child should bring someone they love so that you can build the animals as a pair (parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, or any other beloved adult).” No sewing required. It costs $30-$45 per pair, from 1 p.m.-4 p.m. More info here.
Food Truck Flix Drive-In Movies: Valentine’s Day Edition
Frontier RTP, 800 Park Offices, Durham
This Valentine’s Day weekend has two drive-in films with accompanying food trucks available. It runs $25 per car, with Beauty and the Beast (2017) on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. and When Harry Met Sally on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. (Gates at 5 p.m. for both.) More info here.
Valentine’s Day at Flour Power Cary
1128 Parkside Main St., Cary
At this event, attendees will bake a heart-shaped pizza, stir up some punch, and more. It runs $29 for one caregiver and one kid, with $15 per additional attendee. The event arrives on Sunday at 1 p.m. More info on the event can be found here.