Triangle Easter Weekend: Fun Things to Do With Kids
Time for egg hunts and spring fun across the Triangle
It’s a big weekend for the Easter celebrations! Triangle towns are hosting egg hunts and bunny visits.
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You can also see the Easter Bunny at local malls.
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In Durham, don’t miss the Museum of Life and Sciences Dino Egg Hunt March 25-27 when kids ages 6 and younger are invited to unearth colorful eggs, take a photo with a dino and dig up real fossils to take home. The price is $7 per egg hunter, and preregistration is recommended.
Extreme Mammals — the exhibit of the biggest, smallest and most amazing mammals of all time — will be gone from the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh after March 27. Take your children to see fossils and life-like models — including a 15-foot-high touchable model of the largest known land mammals.
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This is also the final weekend to catch Raleigh Little Theatre’s “Miss Nelson is Missing!” a youth series musical. Based on Harry Allard’s acclaimed series of children’s books “Miss Nelson is Missing!” the musical teaches children everywhere to be kind to their teachers. Tickets are $17/adult, $11 ages 12 and younger, and you can buy them calling the box office 919-821-3111, Monday-Friday, noon p.m., or by visiting the theatre’s website at raleighlittletheatre.org.
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Do your kids (ages 7-17) believe in magic? They can take part in Magic Youth Raleigh, a hands-on workshop 6-8 p.m. Saturday, March 26, at The Magic Corner Magic Shop in Raleigh. Local masters of magic will be teaching the performance art of theatrical magic. The cost is $10 per person.
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