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What Cha Doing For Spring Break?

What Cha Doing For Spring Break?

 

Kids are out of school for a week....you need to find something to do with them that doesn't cost a lot of money...

 

Here are some ideas from our friends at TBO.com

Art class: at the Childs Park YMCA in St. Petersburg. (Details: http://tbo.ly/yCVEl5)

Spring Frenzy: The program is free in Polk county but registration is required. (Details: http://tbo.ly/wJiZeO)

Crafts at Ikea: You can choose from several time slots. Includes a free meal and T-shirt. (Details: http://tbo.ly/AjVnC7)

Dino world: Every day in March teachers with valid ID are admitted free to Dinosaur World. (Details: http://tbo.ly/yDqsfc)

River O'Green Fest: Tampa's mayor will be transforming the Hillsborough River to a vibrant green to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. The event takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 17 in downtown Tampa at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park and is free. (Details: http://tbo.ly/yIM5uS)

Irish Music Fest and Lucky Dog Parade: Bring your dog along to enjoy some traditional Celtic tunes. Saturday, March 17 from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Details: ttp://tbo.ly/xnO1PR )

 

How about some time at Bay area parks, which are free and a great way to enjoy this nice weather.

Vinoy Park:  (Details: http://tbo.ly/zPGAiR )

Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park: A  Located on the banks of the Hillsborough River, it offers a playground (kids line up for a turn on the interactive NEOS 360 Ring), dog run and water play area, so don't forget bathing suits.  (Details:http://tbo.ly/AtMDZF )

Al Lopez Park:  Dogs are welcome, too and have their own shaded park. (Details: http://tbo.ly/wjBwFX)

Lettuce Lake Park:  There is a nominal fee per car to enter the park. (Details: http://tbo.ly/zBWdqB)

 

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