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Searching for Things to do in Orange County That Are Kid-Friendly? Here Are Some Suggestions



Searching for Things to do in Orange County That Are Kid-Friendly? Here Are Some Suggestions

If you’re looking ahead to February and you need to come up with some things to do in Orange County that will grab the attention of some hyperactive youngsters, look no further. These events are suitable for little ones, and they’re not super-expensive, either.


Family Festival


The Family Festival at the Bowers Museum on February 3rd is a celebration of the Lunar New Year. It’s going to be an extravaganza with food, art, music, and dance.


This Asian-themed event will welcome in the Year of the Pig, an animal of the zodiac which is supposed to be brave, lucky, and sincere. There will be art projects like paper lantern decorating. You can check out some of the traditional dances that ensure the new year will be a fortuitous one, and you can chow down on some egg rolls. What better way to have fun and learn about a different culture?


Mini Model Build


Does your kid love those wonderful little Lego blocks? Most of them do, and of all the things to do in Orange County, this is probably the one on which all kids will agree.


Taking place at the Lego Store in Costa Mesa on the evening of February 5th, your kids can have a chance to build a mini-model and take it home, and best of all, it’s free! There will be a special creation area set aside, where store associates will help your kids with a new model each month. Supplies are limited, so be sure you’re there for the start of the event since the models tend to go fast. While you’re there, your kids will probably want to check out some of the other offerings, since there are hundreds of different building kits for sale in the store.


Wetland Tour


You owe it to your child to teach them about California’s natural resources, and that’s precisely the aim of this Wetland Tour, happening on Saturday, February 9th at the Bolsa Chica Interpretive Center in Huntington Beach.


Representatives of the Bolsa Chica Conservancy will take you and your kids out into the wetlands and teach you about this fragile ecosystem and the many creatures that call it home. You should be sure to bring a camera, a bottle of water, binoculars if you have them, and some sun protection.


That’s it for February, so have fun and stay safe. This article was brought to you by Toyota of Orange, the place for used cars Orange County.


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