18 Things to Do This Weekend in the Triad (March 31-April 2)


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Friday, March 31

1. Kids Konstruction | Greensboro
STEM Challenge for elementary students. Each student gets a cup of LEGOs and then they vote whether to build in teams or individually.

2. Teen Cooking Class: Challah Bread | Greensboro
For ages 12-15. Learn to make this delicious and festive bread. We'll prepare the dough together, and each participant will braid and bake a mini loaf.

3. Glow Easter Egg Hunt | High Point
For ages 9-13. Registration required. Join us for some after-dark, egg collecting fun! 2,000 "glow eggs" to collect plus music, food, glow vendor, and more.

4. Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat | Winston-Salem
Presented by the Little Theatre of Winston-Salem.


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Saturday, April 1

5. Saturday Morning Cartoons | Winston-Salem
Enjoy animated shorts and kids’ art activity with SECCA.

6. Build a Bunny Basket | Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem
Hands-on workshop

7. Breakfast With the Bunny | High Point
For ages 2+. Join the Easter Bunny for breakfast and a morning of fun games and activities. The Easter Bunny will be available for photos as well.

8. Easter Egg Hunt | Jamestown
Crafts, snack and separate egg hunts for various age groups from toddlers through fifth grade.

9. Natural Egg Dying in the Historical Park | High Point
We’ll provide eggs you can dip in dyes made from plant material, like onionskins and blueberries.

10. Eggstravaganza at the North Carolina Zoo | Asheboro
Watch zoo animals hunt for treats inside decorative eggs.

11. Kid’s Klub in the Park | Greensboro
Children’s and family activities at LeBauer Park.

12. Earth Day Festival | Greensboro
Tour a tiny house, check out alternative vehicles, participate in nature and science activities, enjoy a hay ride and bounce house, and more.

13. Peppercorn Theatre at RiverRun | Winston-Salem
Peppercorn Theatre will present the short stage play, “What Goes Up …” before the screening of the animated short “Stick Man.”

14. Spencer Jaycees Easter Egg Hunt | Spencer
For ages 0-12. Candy, toys, prizes. Please bring your own basket.

15. ArtsRevolution | Greensboro
Fun, free arts festival featuring performances from a variety of local artists in dance, music, culinary arts, storytelling, theater and much more.

16. Outdoor Screening of Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory | Winston-Salem
Enjoy the beloved 1971 Gene Wilder film at Bailey Park.


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Sunday, April 2

17. Camp Hanes Summer Camp Open House | King
Come enjoy activities like zip-lines, archery and canoeing.

18. Family First Workshop at Reynolda House | Winston-Salem
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.


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