Weekend Family Fun: Downtown and Northwest Philly

    Downtown Family Events

    Family-time YogaStrike a pose, stretch, read, all about his ancient art form… with the kids.Mama’s Wellness Joint1100 Pine StreetSaturday February 23, 3:30p.m.$15 per child

    Snow-tubing at Camelback Mountain ResortPack your stuff and catch the bus for “circular snow motion”. A winter activity you won’t want to miss!Sponsored by: Let’s Go OutdoorsSaturday February 23, 11-7:30p.m.$50 (covers roundtrip, bag dinner and snowtubing)

    Project TrioEnjoy old rhythms with new twists, symphony sounds and beatbox flute. Music for the whole family!World Café Live3025 Walnut StreetSunday February 24th$6-20

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    Local Weekend Fun

    Fairy Tales & Magic: A Family Fun WorkshopEnjoy this classic book, The Reluctant Dragon and design your own!Woodmere Art Museum9201 Germantown AvenueSaturday Feb. 23rd, 12:30-2:30p.m.$10 non-members, $5 members


    Maple Sugar Day: Friends of the WissahickonMaple syrup, pancakes, candy & demonstrationsSaturday February 25, 2012 (11:00am-3pm)The Wissahickon Environmental Center (WEC) at Andorra Natural Area (Forbidden Drive and Northwestern Ave.)


    Just in case you missed it, Saturdays @ the SCEE is going again!Stories, play, nature walkSchuylkill Center for Environmental Education8480 Hagys Mill RoadSaturday February 23, 10:30-11:30 a.m.Free!

    Winter is a Wonderland @ Wagner’sLearn about animals, explore the gallery, craft your ideas, join in the scavenger hunt and listen to stories.Wagner Free Institute of Science1700 W. Montgomery Ave.Saturday February 23, 12-4p.m.Free!

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