Finish Up February with Free Family Fun: Your MacKID Event Picks

All your family fun Feb 21 - 28

By Macaroni KID February 20, 2024

February's going out with a bang, thanks to this stellar lineup of free fun for the family. Read-alouds, rock climbing, and relaxation mean there's something for everyone in this edition of MacKID picks. Check out this winning lineup of can't-miss events happening February 21-28:

1. Join a Bedtime Storytime

When it's time to wind down for the day, let the pros over at PBS Kids do the reading when you tune in to this bedtime storytime event. Keep the kids entertained while you get a little nap in before the endless bedtime procrastination begins. Feb. 22

2. Meet a Rock Climber

Celebrate Black History Month and learn about rock climbing too. Join this multitasking virtual workshop with Brown Girls Climb CEO, Brittany Levitt and get the 411 on climbing and other outdoor fun. Come for the education, stay for the rock painting activity, it's a winner. Feb. 23

3. Relax! A Guided Meditation for Kids

It's been a long winter and if the kids are bouncing off the walls help them take a break and achieve some inner peace by joining this virtual meditation session. It's amazing what some music, games, and deep breathing can do. Actually, maybe we'll join too. Feb. 24

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4. Black History Month Author Read Aloud

It's a book festival in your living room, thanks to this virtual read-aloud event. Tune in to hear three stories about the amazing achievements of black trailblazers. Feb. 25

5. Storytime with the National Postal Museum

The best times of day? Storytime and mail time, of course. Combine their two loves at this interactive virtual read-aloud from the National Postal Museum. These postal pros will have your kids learning and exploring more about the USPS than you thought possible. Now if they could just keep the bills away. Feb. 26