Trilliums, Open House at Murray Scholls Expansion, & Food for Fines!
A few techno snafus so this is a short one!
Don't forget Food For Fines at either Beaverton Library - running April 12-20th!
|29th Annual Woodburn Tulip Fest @ Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm (33814 S. Meridian Road, Woodburn) from 9AM-6PM daily through May 3rd.Tip toe through the tulips! Check out the gorgeous flowers and bring your camera. Go to www.woodenshoe.com for info on family activities, directions, and flower conditions. $20 parking per car includes admission for all occupants!|
Preschool Storytime@ Beaverton City Library. There are 2 (30 minute) sessions starting at 10:15AM & 1PM.
All Ages Storytime@ Garden Home Library from 11:45AM-12:15PM. Go to www.gardenhome.plinkit.org for more info.
Think Fun Thursdays@ Beaverton City Library from 4-5PM. Drop in for Builders this week for kids from 3 to 8 years! Go to www.beavertonlibrary.org for more info.
|Create Poetry with Word Clouds@ Tigard Library Technology Room from 4- 5:30PM.April is National Poetry Month! Use free software to create cool visual poetry! Phone the library for more details at 503/684-6537.|
Family StoryTime (ages 0-6 years)@ Tigard Library from 10:15-11:00AM AND 11:15AM-12:00PM. Bring the whole gang for stories and songs Limited to first 20 kids for each session. Phone the library for more info at 503/684-6537.
Mini-Masters Class@ My Masterpiece Art Studio (7905 SW Cirrus Drive-Parkside Business Center) from 10:30AM-11:10AM. New project each week inspired by a famous artist.$10 per kid -ages 2 to 5 years, you must phone ahead to reserve a spot at 503/453-3700. Go to www.mymasterpieceartstudio.com for calendar and more info!
|Open House@ Murray Scholls Branch at Noon!Join Mayor Denny Doyle, Beaverton City Library staff, and the Beaverton community for a celebration of the newly expanded and renovated Murray Scholls Branch Library.The library invites adults, children, and families to enjoy cake and fun activities for kids, along with a few words by Mayor Doyle. Also, don't forget about Food For Fines starting Today! In celebration of National Library Week, both Beaverton Library branches will be doing a Food for Fines drive. For every non-perishable food item you bring to the desk, the library will waive $2 in fines from your library account up to $20. Bills for lost or damaged items are not eligible for fine amnesty. You can contact the library at (503)644-2197 for more information. |
Free Junior Chef Class@ Williams-Sonoma (Wash. Sq.) at 10AM. Kids will learn how to make tasty lunchbox lunches in this fun, hands-on class!! This class is geared for 5-13 years. FREE! Phone the store to register at 503/684-2784.
35th Annual Trillium Festival and Native&Hardy Plant Sale@ Tryon Creek (11321 SW Terwilliger Blvd., Portland) from 10AM-4PM. See Sunday for details.
Family Day: Celebrate Earth Day@ Hillsboro Civic Center Plaza Location (120 E Main Street, Hillsboro) from 10AM-1PM. FREE! Fun DIY crafts! Go to www.washingtoncountymuseum.org for more info.
The League of Extraordinary Writers@ Powell's at Cedar Hills at 2PM. In "Create Your Own Character," fantasy and sci-fi author Anne Osterlund (Salvation, Exile, and Aurelia) leads a hands-on workshop in which young writers (8 to 18) create their own fictional character from fabric scraps, yarn, and imagination. Go to www.powells.com and click on "stores" and "events" for more info.
Parent's Night Out@ My Masterpiece Art Studio from 5PM-9PM. Kids (from 4-12) can enjoy a creative night in the studio while parents enjoy a date night. $38 per child, $18 for each additional sibling. Go to www.mymasterpieceartstudio.com for more info. Phone the Studio to reserve a spot at 503/453-3700.
|35th Annual Trillium Festival and Native&Hardy Plant Sale@ Tryon Creek (11321 SW Terwilliger Blvd., Portland) from 10AM-4PM.Welcome spring with nature hikes, kids' nature activities, music, local vendors, and native plant sale. FREE. Go to www.tryonfriends.org for more info.|
Free "Spring Farmers Market" Technique Class@ Williams-Sonoma (Wash. Sq.) at 10AM. Learn how to showcase fresh produce in a seasonal soup, pasta, and stir-fry! Phone the store to register at 503/684-2784. Demo class so arrive early to snag a seat!