10 Things to Do This Weekend in the Triad (Jan. 27-29)
Watch "Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children" while you do photo-based crafts inspired by the movie or build with Legos at Glenn McNairy Branch Library.
Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox
1. Fitness Fridays for Moms | High Point
Enjoy a variety of fitness activities that will help get your blood pumping and calories burning. Parents are encouraged to bring their kids with them to enjoy the fun
2. Blacksmith Demonstration | High Point
Come watch our costumed blacksmith in action as he crafts various iron pieces. All ages welcome. Free. Drop-in.
3. Bird Bash | Greensboro
Learn to identify common backyard birds with the Piedmont Bird Club, color your own bird guide, make a bird feeder and find out about the Great Backyard Bird Count in February.
4. Frozen Science Fun Day | Winston-Salem
Explore the “Frozen” world of ice and snow as you create a snowstorm in a test tube, make instant snow, experiment with dry ice, and visit with special guests Elsa and Anna!
5. Tinkerbell and the Legend of the Neverbeast | Greensboro
Enjoy family-friendly films in the children's programming room at Central Library.
6. Chinese New Year Story Time | Greensboro
Celebrate the Year of the Rooster with stories, activities, and crafts about Chinese New Year.
7. Curious Nature Club | Greensboro
Parents and youth leaders enjoy some snacks and discover how to start your own Curious Nature Club with your children or youth group and then enjoy a trail activities walk in Price Park
8. Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Afternoon | Greensboro
Watch the movie while you do photo-based crafts inspired by the movie or build with Legos.
9. Teen STEM Event | Greensboro
In this LEGO Challenge each student gets one cup of LEGOs to build with, participants decide whether to build as a team or alone. Winning team or individual takes home the prize and bragging rights. This is a teen event for students ages 11-17.
10. American Girl Doll Tea | Burlington
Meet Maryellen Larkin a 1950s American Girl.