Cure Spring Fever with This Week's MacKID Event Picks

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April 23, 2024

We're wrapping up April with showers of family fun. Spring into action with five great events heading your way including a cybersecurity workshop, endangered animal encounter, and creative art activities. Another week of laughing and learning thanks to this edition of MacKID picks. 

1. Learn How to Help Protect Endangered Animals

Go behind the scenes at the National Zoo and get a sneak peek at some endangered animals. Kids will learn what they can do to help protect these special species. The perfect way to let them explore their wild side. Apr. 24

2. Jump Into Your Jammies and Join a Bedtime Story

Mix up the bedtime routine and join this virtual storytime to bring on the zzzs. The pros at PBS Kids will lull the littles into slumberland with some classic tales. And you get the night off. Sweet dreams. Apr. 25

3. Become a Cybersecurity Whiz

They're already better at navigating the phone and other tech than we are, give the kids even more cyberskills with this upcoming workshop. Learn all about cybersecurity, career options, and a lot more. Now if they can help you figure out your forgotten passwords, you'll really be in business. Apr. 27

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4. Make a Bookworm Buddy

Everything's more fun with friends, even reading. Join the fun at this virtual reading workshop where kids can practice with their favorite books while hanging with their pals. Now that's a win-win. April 29

5. Draw Together at the Ultimate Sketch Fest

Grab a pencil and start doodling. Kids can get tips and inspiration at this group art-fest while creating some masterpieces. Or at least some happy little accidents. Apr. 30