Weekend Fun for Philly Kids: Music Festivals, Nature Exploration, July 14-15

Things to do with kids in the Philly area on weekends
Photo courtesy of Turks Head Music Festival

Mid-July marks the halfway point of summer. (Better get cracking on those summer assignments, kids.) But, don't be blue because there is still plenty of time to check off activities from your family's summertime bucket list.

Want to hit a festival? Check out Peddler's Village's Bluegrass and Blueberries Festival for some delightful sounds and delicious eats. Create colorful tie-dye t-shirts while listening to music at the Community Arts Center's Tie Dye Music Festival. Occupy kids with inflatables and ziplines at Turks Head Music Festival as local bands jam out to great tunes.

Or maybe you're looking for a peaceful escape in nature. Take a bike ride along along the Delaware Canal Towpath, canoe the Perkiomen Creek, or harvest wineberries to make scrumptious treats. Finish out the weekend by cooling off inside a museum, taking a trip to the shore, or finding a swim class to try.

By the way, be sure to save the date for the upcoming MommyCon Philly parenting event on July 28th. Discounted tickets are available for Mommy Poppins Philadelphia readers. Make it a great weekend!