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Spring 2019 Family-Friendly Activities Around Seattle

Mt. Rainier Guided Snowshoe Walk

Older children and their parents can enjoy a guided snowshoe walk through Paradise with the Mt. Rainier Guided Snowshoe Walk. Held from March 2-31, 2019, these guided two-hour walks allow visitors to learn about how living creatures endure the challenging elements on Mount Rainier. With a $25 entrance fee per car and $5 suggested donation per person, the snowshoe walk is an affordable adventure for the entire family to embark on. Snowshoes are provided but walkers are advised to bring their warm-weather gear for safety.

I Can Fly Twice As High: From Reading To Dancing In A Beat

Embrace the art of dance two Saturdays each month with a literary dance class at Third Place Books in Seward Park. Led by talented instructor, Neve Mazique-Bianco, dancers will learn various routines based on beloved books, such as “Icarus Girl” by Helen Oyeyemi. The books change each month, with two Saturday sessions focusing on one book. This unique experience can only be enjoyed from March 2-July 20, 2019 so don’t miss out on your chance to combine your love of books and dance.

Family Treasure Cruise

If you’ve ever wondered what it’d be like to be a pirate, now’s your chance to find out with the Family Treasure Cruise on Queen Anne’s Revenge. Wee Pirates (ages 0-18 months), Scallywags (ages 18 months-14 years), Salty Dogs (ages 14-64 years), and Senior Salts (ages 65 and up) will embark on an adventure across Lake Union where you’ll search for treasure, deploy water cannons, and play interactive games. Participants will learn to talk like a pirate while wearing their pirate gear. It’s a quest even Captain Jack Sparrow would envy!

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