Fun Things to Do in the Triangle March 12-15
Learn about camouflage in nature, practice origami, try out your improv skills and explore art
This week you and your child can learn about camouflage in nature at Harris Lake County Park in New Hill, practice the art of origami at the North Regional Library in Durham, try out improv skills at the Cameron Village Regional Library in Raleigh and explore art and movement at the North Carolina Art Museum in Raleigh.
Kids love to find things outdoors and nature is great at hiding. Your 1- to 7-year-old will hear a story about camouflage, observe some creatures that hide in nature and play a game to find things hidden in the woods. This nature hunt takes place on March 12, 11 a.m.-noon, at the Cypress Shelter at Harris Lake County Park in New Hill. The fee is $4 per child and advance registration is required.
photo courtesy of patricia tyndall
Origami Club FREE
This March 13 from 6-8 p.m. your middle- or high-schooler can learn or practice the fun and accessible art of origami at North Regional Library in Durham. The library will have paper for you, but you’re welcome to bring your own supplies as well. Meet in the tutoring/study room #1 for this free activity. No preregistration is necessary.
photo courtesy of carter shore
Teens of all acting levels are invited to join the staff at the Cameron Village Regional Library March 15, 4-5 p.m. Miss Emily will be leading kids in grades 6-10 for an improvisation workshop, practicing accents and comedy. Preregister in advance.
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Explore art and movement with your preschooler ages 2-5 at the North Carolina Museum of Art. Each session of this recurring activity introduces a work of art from the museum and includes relevant activities that stretch the imagination. The activity takes place March 15 at 10:15 a.m., 11:15 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. in the East Building at the museum, and costs $8 for members and $10 for nonmembers. Adult caretakers’ tickets are free. Purchase tickets in advance to ensure your space.
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