What's On This Weekend: April 5-7
Spring break is almost over (insert sad/happy face)! Make the most of it with a weekend full of fun for the whole family. We've got the scoop on all the best happenings across Southwest Michigan, from special spring break activities to early Easter celebrations.
Scroll down to check them out and have a gorgeous weekend, friends!
Delight over dazzling edible book art at the Kalamazoo Book Arts Center before biting into them
Cuddle up with newborn chicks, bunnies, lambs and other baby animals born this spring at the Critter Barn (through Saturday)
Grab a seat for a kid-friendly ballet for the whole family, pre-show activities, dress-up, and arts and craft courtesy of the Grand Rapids Ballet
Enjoy hundreds of tropical butterflies fluttering around the lush observatory at the Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids (through April 30)
Watch a free movie -- and themed activity -- at Woodland Celebration theater as part of the Flicks Family Film Festival series
Splash down the slides and zoom through obstacle course of the Holland Aquatic Center during spring break
Explore the dinosaurs and toys, make special crafts, play jumbo games and catch a planetarium show during extended hours at the Grand Rapids Public Museum (through Saturday)
Borrow a backpack, grab a list of questions and hit the trails of Wolf Lake State Fish Hatchery for a family scavenger hunt (through Saturday)
Try out special spring break activities at the Forever Curious Children's Museum in Fennville (through Saturday)
Celebrate Easter early with free photos with the Easter bunny, face painting and more at the Holland Town Center
Join the Spring Mini Pow Wow, with singing, dancing and a scrumptious feast courtesy of the the Pokagon Band Native Nations Youth Council
Sign the kids up for mile-long fun run along Sarett Nature Center's trails during the annual Spring Stampede
Go on a fairy garden adventure and solve a series of garden fairy riddles to collect prizes hidden throughout the Wenke Greenhouses
Hop aboard the Easter-themed Coopersville & Marne Railway train and meet the Easter Bunny, sing songs and score a special treat (through Sunday)
Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments.