Where to Play on the Weekdays: April 30 – May 4

Checking out an exhibit at the Potomac Overlook Park Nature Center

 

Monday – Go strawberry picking! Schlagel Farms in Waldorf, Md, always begins their pick-your-own season ahead of other area farms, and their berries are ripe and ready now. Fields are open daily 8am – 7pm.

Tuesday – Combine story and play time at the National Building Museum’s Building Zone. The Book of the Month program is back with readings of A House for Hermit Crab followed by an art activity at 10:30am & 11:30am. Admission is $3, and entry is timed, with guests admitted every hour.

Wednesday – Experience the Suprasensorial exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum before it closes in a couple of weeks.

Thursday – Explore and play at Potomac Overlook Park in Arlington. We went for the first time recently and had a blast on the playground, in the nature center, and visiting rescued birds.  Not-So-SAHM, who we ran into there, also has a nice review of the park.

Friday – See Adventure Theatre’s newest production Five Little Monkeys, recommended for children of all ages. As this post goes live, seats are still available for the 10:30am show. Tickets are $18.

 

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