Thursday, February 17, 2011

Giant Play Date, This Saturday, Port Discovery, You Should Come!!!

Let's have a giant play date at Port Discovery on Saturday morning, k??  I just got word that the new Tot Trails permanent exhibit had their grand opening earlier this month, and I wanna check it out.  There are a bunch of you locally who have children in the 0-36 months age range who I haven't seen in eons for one reason or another, so I think we should all get together and let Port Discovery be the host and that way nobody's house gets destroyed.

Here's a blurb from their website describing Tot Trails:

While exploring some very unique landmarks and landscapes of Maryland, children and their caregivers will engage in hands-on exploration in a space that sparks imagination and inspires curiosity...Infants will develop their gross motor skills and balance coordination as they can crawl, roll, and wiggle through cushioned, mirrored "tidal pools" and "dune walk." Young toddlers will test their problem-solving skills as they maneuver their way through the Mountain Trail and Paw Paw Tunnel, while exercising their imaginations by digging for fossils and playing with puppets.

How fun does that sound??? I'm so psyched that I'm even skipping yoga....That's big. I wish they'd get some Sunday morning hours so I didn't have to do that, but they don't open until noon on Sundays, so Saturday it is! We're planning on arriving when the doors open at 10:00 a.m. and will probably be there until around noon depending on when Hannah wakes up that morning.

More specifics:
Cost: Ages 2 and up is $12.95.  Your babies are free even though this exhibit is tailored to them!
TIP: if anybody else bought that Zoo Groupon back in December and is now a member, bring your membership card on Saturday because Zoo members get 1/2 off their ticket cost for the month of February (for up to 4 people).
Directions and parking, click here.
TIP: You might remember my previous post about our trip to Port Discovery in which I complained about having to pay $10 for parking at the Harbor Park Garage, wellllll, they offer discount parking on weekends so bring your ticket in with you and get it validated.

And now, as Jon Stewart would say, your moment of Zen:


See you on Saturday!!! (Hopefully!)

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