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Weekday Picks for Philly Kids: Seuss, Stories, Swim Night February 27-March 3

February comes to an end this week. But, this weather has made it seem like it ended weeks ago! Our events calendar is exploding with activities for everyone in the family.

Get ready to celebrate the beloved children's author Dr. Seuss with birthday celebrations featuring stories, crafts, and games at Katharine Drexel Library, Wynnefield Library, Queen Memorial Library, and Cobbs Creek Library. Load up the stroller for a Squeaky Wheels tour of Winterthur. Visit Smith in the playhouse for its Family Mornings or see what's hopping at the Academy of Natural Science's Frogs: A Chorus of Colors exhibit and grab a bite to eat nearby afterwards. Finish out the week with a dip in the pool at Fitness Works.

Be sure to browse through our recently released March GoList to plan family activities for the month ahead. And, don't forget to cast your vote in our Philadelphia Besties for your chance to win FREE admission to Diggerland USA and Sahara Sam's.

Weekday Fun: ARTech, Small Activists, Toddler Dance Party

Coming off the heels of the February winter break, the coming week in New York City provides a bit of a breather before the coming avalanche of spring celebrations in March including St. Patrick's Day, Purim, spring break, and Easter. But nifty events persist—many of them FREE.

Help kids get politicly active in Park Slope, investigate the origins of the $1 bill, create and learn at a brand-new (and FREE) STEM fest, ARTech: Adventures in Art + Technology, and more.

Our best weekday picks are below and more options are available in our Event Calendar. Party planning on the brain? Our NYC Party Guide can help. We have ideas for celebrating baby's first birthday in Brooklyn, or in Manhattan, a variety of party venues in the Bronx, 10 new NYC party places, and more. 

7 Mommy and Me Classes You Can Take on the Weekend

Whether you’re interested in music, dance or yoga, Westchester has no shortage of classes you can take with your child. But for working parents—or any parent who’s short on time during the week—it can be tough to find a class that fits your family’s schedule.

The good news: There are a number of classes that meet on the weekends. Here, we’ve rounded up seven of our favorite parent/child classes that take place on either Saturday or Sunday.

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12 Outdoor Camps for Your Houston Kid

Looking for a dynamic, hands-on nature encounter? Does your daughter want to learn how to sail? Is your son looking to step-up his tennis game? All these activities are available in the Houston area and the guide below will help you narrow your choices for outdoor spring and summer camps.  

In addition to these camps, Mommy Poppins has a comprehensive summer camp directory to help you plan the perfect camp experience for your children.  

March GoList: The Best Things To Do with NJ Kids This Month

There's a lot to love about March, including St. Patrick's Day, longer days, and other signs of spring. We've got a dozen more things to look forward to this month, from animal encounters and kid-friendly sporting events to live performances featuring Cinderella, Percy Jackson, and a grumpy dragon named Piff. You can make ooblek in honor of Dr. Seuss's birthday or build an entire New Jersey town out of Lego. For a complete list of March happenings, be sure to check out our Event Calendar

30 Best Things to Do in Queens with Preschoolers and Toddlers

Living in or visiting the borough of Queens is a nonstop international learning experience for little kids, filled with diverse sights, sounds and tastes—and it's super family-friendly.

It's famous for being the most ethnically diverse county in the United States where hundreds of languages are spoken daily. From eating dumplings in Flushing to feeding a goat on a farm, Queens can inspire, teach and feed the spirits of your little ones.

Children of all ages can enjoy Queens, but traveling around the city with a kid 4 or younger can be a challenge. We’ve compiled a list of the best things to do in seasonal order, so you can enjoy Queens like a king, including parks and playgrounds, museums and play spaces, the beach, and even amusement parks perfect for toddlers and preschool-age kids.

March GoList - Best Things to Do with Kids in Boston

March is a month of celebrations. From Purim to St. Patrick's Day to maple sugaring festivals, there are family-friendly festivities happening all around town this month. As winter gives way to spring, annual favorites like the Boston Flower and Garden Show and Revels Spring Sing pop up on the calendar. We also have something special to announce in our GoList this month: A giveaway of tickets to both PAW Patrol Live!: Race to the Rescue and Circus 1903, two nationally acclaimed, family-friendly shows playing at Boch Center's Wang Theatre this month. Read on for more about these exciting shows and contests, and to check out our other top picks for the month.

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