10 Things to Do This Weekend in the Triad (Feb. 3-5)
Make inspired valentines for the ones you love at the Family First: Valentine Workshop.
Photo courtesy of Reynolda House Museum of American Art
1. Family Flick Friday | Kernersville
Join us for a free, family-friendly, recently released movie with free popcorn and drinks while supplies last.
2. Mother and Son Fun | Winston-Salem
Enjoy a pizza dinner, craft, cookie decorating, story time, and a little dancing, too.
3. ‘The Miracle Worker’ | Winston-Salem
The story of Helen Keller, who lost her sight and hearing at 19 months, and the extraordinary teacher who taught her to communicate with the world, Annie Sullivan.
4. Brothers’ and Sisters’ Amazing Quest | Winston-Salem
In celebration of Black History month, St. Philips Heritage Center will host a fun daily quest for kids to learn about enslaved and free African Americans who worked and lived in Salem.
5. Waterfowl, Coffee and Croissant | High Point
Enjoy morning refreshments and the opportunity to learn about resident and migratory waterfowl that visit the area in winter.
6. Family Cooking Class: Little Valentine Lunch | Greensboro
Work with your little one to prepare a valentine-inspired meal to enjoy together.
7. Short Tales | Greensboro
The Drama Center Children’s Theatre presents “Short Tales,” a series of one-act plays that will be directed by UNCG theater education students who are interested in pursuing a career in children’s theater.
8. 2017 Kernersville Father Daughter Dance
Every Sunday in February, each adult that turns in their phone to the front desk staff while visiting will receive one free adult admission.
9. Family First: Valentine Workshop | Winston-Salem
Make inspired valentines for the ones you love! These two-hour workshops begin at 2 p.m. the first Sunday of each month for children in 1st through 6th grades, accompanied by an adult.
10. Sundays Unplugged | Greensboro
Every Sunday in February, each adult that turns in their phone to the front desk staff while visiting will receive one free adult admission to the Greensboro Children’s Museum
For even more weekend events, visit our comprehensive online calendar.