The Weekend is Here and the Crazy Weather is Gone!
Let the Wild Rumpus Start
Where the Wild Things Are Puppet Show
Saturday, March 7
Arlington Public Library Southeast Branch
Show up in your version of a “wild rumpus” costume, then roar your terrible roars and gnash your terrible teeth at this WILD puppet event. Performed by Miss Bethany and her library friends and inspired by the beloved tale by Maurice Sendak, this event is part of Arlington Public Library’s Spring Break Puppet Bonanza.
Get out of the cold and under the sea!
The Little Mermaid Jr.
Through March 8
Journey “under the sea” with Ariel and her aquatic friends. In a magical underwater kingdom, the beautiful young mermaid longs to leave her ocean home – and her fins – behind and live in the world above.
Back to Nature
River Legacy Park Living Science Center
During Spring Break, River Legacy Park’s Living Science Center is offering science and nature activities including nature hikes, reptile encounters, bug detective activities, awesome opossums, and art projects.
Youth Art Month
Arlington Museum of Art
February 18 – March 29
Each Spring the AMA works collaboratively with the Arlington Independent School District to give students the opportunity to display their pieces done in a wide variety of mediums to the general public. Six weeks are dedicated to this exhibition and it is held in conjunction with National Youth Art Month and Youth Art Month work on display in Austin at the Capitol building.