Spring Break is coming and there are lots of things to do with your newly liberated youngsters nearby. Let us know what you're doing in the comments section below.
- Saturday morning, take the kids to Barnes and Noble for "Dragon and Princess Storytime." Boys and girls will both be captivated by the tales of pretty princesses and fire-breathing dragons.
Legacy Academy plays host to children ages 5-12 during spring break. This year's theme is "iCamp: We Have a Camp for That." Included in the camp are The Wild West, Technology, Science, a talent show and field trips. For more information, ask for Ami Bombardieri at 770-573-1700.
- Spend a day during Spring Break at learning about farm life in the 1930s. Included in the $6 entrance fee are hands-on activities, games and crafts. For more information, call 770-814-4920.
- Every week on Wednesday, 45 South hosts a storytime for the little ones at 10 a.m. Grab a latte and a biscuit and watch as their imaginations wander.
- Every Thursday, Duluth Public Library's Preschool Story Time invites children from the ages of 3 to 5 years to come and be entertained by stories, new and old alike.