Now that it’s officially Spring – surprise snow aside – we’re ready to shrug off our Winter hibernation and get the whole crew out and about this weekend. It might be cloudy, but there’s plenty of fun things to do!
Do you like baby animals? We got those. Just need an Egg hunt? Of course! Looking for some exercise? Done. Want to get out of town? We found that too!
Check out our list of Weekend Fun for March 24th + 25th:
Fox Hollow Farm
This one is for the whole family – I mean… who doesn’t like baby animals?! Kids can hunt for eggs (they provide baskets), ride ATVs, play in the farm house village and, of course, interact with all the adorable farm animals all while admiring the blooming spring flowers. Time slots fill up fast so be sure to buy tickets online before you go!
When: March 24–25 and March 31–April 1; 2 hour time slots available from 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Where: Fox Hollow Farm, Issaquah
Cost: Friday pricing, $10 per person. Saturday–Sunday, $50 per car (up to 7 people)
More Info: Fox Hollow website
Not Just An Egg Hunt! This one combines the traditional egg search with bouncy houses, face painting, and more!
When: Saturday, March 24, 10 a.m.–noon
Where: Northwest Community Church, Bothell
Cost: Free; preregister
More Info: Northwest Community Church website
Beat the Bunny 5k + Kids Dash
This might be last minute – but if you’re ready to hop into some exercise here’s one for you!
When: Saturday, March 24, 10 a.m.
Where: Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village
Cost: Adults and teens ages 15 and up, $30; youth ages 12–15, $15; ages 11 and under free
More Info: Beat the Bunny website
La Conner Daffodil Festival
The Tulip Festival isn’t the only display of spring blooms in Skagit Valley; the month of March also brings fields of daffodils to La Conner. They’ll have events and activities like wine tastings, a daffodil photo contest, gardening classes, and more.
When: Now through March 31st
Where: La Conner, WA
More Info: Festival Website
Now you’re out of excuses to not have fun this weekend – unless the snow comes back!
If you end up making one of these events – send us a photo on our Facebook page. We would love to see them!