Friday, February 5, 2010

got weekend plans?

BabiesRUs Safety Expo. See local stores for details. Sat 12-3pm (free)

ParentMap: Got kids? Get to CampFair 2010! There you'll find info on more than 85 summer programs for kids. It's one of the largest camp fairs in Washington! Come and say 'hi' to your ParentMap pals at St. Thomas School’s new campus in Medina. Free. All ages. 8300 N.E. 12th St., Medina. Saturday, Feb. 6, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Ridge Romp: Valentine's Performing Pigs. Those talented pot-bellied pigs are back at Ridge Romp at the Phinney Neighborhood Association with silly stunts and amazing feats of physical skill. Sat @ 10am ($3)

Baby Wearing with Karen Shelver @ PlayMatters, Sat 10 - 11:30. Come and learn the art of baby wearing during this interactive workshop! ($15)

Storytime at Ravenna Third Place Books always have a groovy lineup of storytellers and performers at its popular Saturday 11am story time (free)

Red Tricycle: Molly Moon's Breakfast Bash. Did ya hear what Saturday is? It's International Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, and Molly Moon's is celebrating big time with hot bowls of Washington-grown, steel-cut oats, served with a scoop of ice cream (try Moon's newest flave: Maple Bacon) and a trip to the fab toppings bar. And while you're enjoying all that goodness, you're doing good too, as all proceeds go to Partners in Health, which supports Haiti healthcare relief. Sat. and Sun. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Capitol Hill and Wallingford ($6)

Red Tricycle: Better Than TV. Concerts For Kids with Debbie Dimitre. Watch actress/storyteller extraordinaire Debbie Dimitre bring to life (in costume and character) The World of Beatrix Potter, author and illustrator of the Peter Rabbit tales. Sat., 11 a.m., Northgate Community Center (free)

Red Tricycle: Music To Our Ears. Pied Piper Concert Series in Mount Baker. Spend the morning bopping along to the tunes of Eric Ode, who blends clever lyrics with gentle wit and superb musicality, making every show a treat for Little Ones and parents alike. Sat. 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. (free)

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