Family-Friendly Valentine’s Day Events Across the Triangle: 2020
From baby goats to skating with pizza
Kindergarten-2nd Grade Adventures: Valentine's Crafternoon
Kids, from kindergarten and second grade, are encouraged to come create valentines for Mom, Dad, a pet, or anyone else they wish. The library also hosts activities, reading time, and more to mark the holiday. Free, 4:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m., West Regional Library, Cary.
K-2nd Adventures: Valentine's Day
Kids, from kindergarten and second grade, are encouraged to come create valentines for Mom, Dad, a pet, or anyone else they wish. The library also hosts activities, reading time, and more to mark the holiday. Free, 4:30 p.m.-5:15 p.m., Cary Regional Library, Cary.
Frozen-Themed Valentine’s Celebration
Ice cream is exciting enough, but a meet-and-greet with Elsa and Anna is the marquee offering at this event at Maple View Farm Ice Cream. The business also promises a Frozen-themed menu. Free (though you have to pay for the ice cream), 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Maple View Farm Ice Cream, Hillsborough.
Parent's Night Out at United Skates of America
This Valentine's Day-themed night at the rink comes with a special deal for the kids. Admission gets you a skate rental, a slice of pizza, and a drink. $10, 6 p.m.-1 a.m. United Skates of America Raleigh, Raleigh.
Fit4Mom Valentine's Day Party at Cary Towne Center
FIT4MOM hosts this event, with cookie decorating and a card exchange for kids. "We just ask that you bring Valentine's cards addressed to 'my friend' for your child to pass out if you want them to participate in the card exchange," the group says. Free, 11 a.m.-noon. Cary Towne Center, Cary.
Valentine's Day with Goats at Spring Haven Farm
Why not spend Valentine's Day Weekend with baby goats? Spring Haven Farm has two new additions to the site: Orville and Wilbur. Also at the farm: photo set-ups, snacks, hot cocoa, and hayrides. $13.50 (3 and under is free), noon-4 p.m. Spring Haven Gallery, Chapel Hill.