Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | March 5, 2018

Kids Club March Fun!

March is a busy month for Palomar Mountain Kids Club! We have children aged infant to teen joining us every week, and have activities appropriate for all ages! Upcoming events:

3/6: Dress-up / Cosplay Day! Wear your favorite costumes: princess, pirate, knight, video game characters, super hero outfits, etc. Bring your septers, light sabers, tea party sets, swords, etc and come play! Melanie’s house, 9a-12p.

3/13: Observatory Tour!  Check out the new displays at the Museum, and then join us for a kid-friendly tour of the 200″ Hale Telescope. Play afterwards in the Gus Weber picnic area by the parking lot.

3/20: Storytime! Clap your hands, stomp your feet, and wiggle around as Storytime Stacy reads stories and leads the little ones in songs and dance. 9:30-10 at the Observatory Outreach Center.

3/20: Art Show! Bring your favorite works of art that you have created to display. Drawings, paintings, collages, sculptures, mosaics, quilts, sewn items — they’re all art and all welcome to display! Hands-on art activities will also be available for all ages to get creative with! (Paint will be involved, so a smock / big old t-shirt to throw on is recommended!) Immediately following storytime (10am) at the Observatory Outreach Center.

3/27: CCPM’s Egg Hunt! The Community Center of Palomar Mountain is sponsoring an Egg Hunt! 11am at the County Park on Crestline. Yay!!

For more information about Kids Club, or any of our March events, please contact Stacy at 0214 or at The Palomar Mountain Kids Club meets every Tuesday at various locations around the mountain. All mountain kids are invited to join us. Hope to see you soon!

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