Grab and Go Kids Planner

From library learning and outdoor nature adventure to nearby swimming and recreation, there's plenty of activities for the kids in our neighborhood this week.

Hot and steamy with a side of long and sunny: Summer days are the stuff memories are made of. There's plenty of fun to get into this week with the kids; so to take the word "boring" out of their vocabulary.

Choo Choo Blue at the Parkville Library
A story time about trains, presented by the B&O Railroad and for children ages 2 to 5 with an adult. Beginning at 9:30 a.m., preschoolers will enjoy this interactive activity on Thursday, July 14. View the  website for more information.

Nature's Night Light Hike & Campfire Oregon Ridge
Kids will explore the trails on this wooded nature center in Cockeysville from 8-9:30 p.m.. Reserve your spot for children 8-years old and up by calling 410-887-1815, or visit the website.

Itsy Bitsy Spider Program at From 1–2:30 p.m., this program for you and your young child will promote learning about spiders through a nature walk, and a hands-on craft activity, followed by a spider snack. This event is for ages 3-6. Reservations are required. Contact through email: info@cromwellvalleypark.org, or call 410-887-2503.  The cost is $2 for members, and $4 for non-members. 

Legos in the Library
The  hosts a lego event for children age 6 to 12 on Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. Registration is required; call 410-887-5195 to sign up.

Hieroglyphs in Rosedale
Fun with Hieroglyphs at the BCPL in Rosedale, 4 p.m. School-aged kids will explore the history, art, and composition, and purpose of hieroglyphs. Reservations are required. Call 410-887-0512, or visit www.bcplonline.org.

Swim and Gym at Baltimore County Gymnastics
Beginning on Monday Baltimore County Gymnastics begins its swimming and open gym program running from July 18-29 from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Visit the website for more information on cost and availability, or call 410-335-4646.



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