Tearless Discipline. Four-week class taught by Vivian Brault, M.A., provides understanding of child behavior and misbehavior, practi- cal parenting skills that get positive results, and much more. 7–9:30pm, 3308 N. Gawaine Pl., parentingpath.com
, 376-4249. Registration required.
9 • FRIDAY Gnat Man! Fun family theater. 7:15pm,
Prairie Dog Playhouse, pdplayhouse.com
, 336-7383. Also showing March 10.
Child Find. Screenings available for 3–5 year olds who demonstrate developmental delays in one or more of the developmental areas. If you live in the Meridian School District’s attendance zone and have concerns about your child, no matter where they attend school, contact the District Service Center, 855-4400.
MOPS Mothers of Preschoolers. Join other moms for a time to share, enjoy a guest speaker, and crafts. 9:30–11:30am, Calvary Chapel in Boise, ccboise.org
Family Fun Night. Enjoy snacks, play video games, and watch a new release feature film. 6:30pm, Lake Hazel Branch, Ada Community Library, adalib.org
10 • SATURDAY It’s the End of the World As We Know It! And
we feel fine! Hands-on activities showing the causes and effects of geologic hazards such as earthquakes, landslides, tsunamis, and more. It will be fun for all ages to explore the tremendous power of earth’s unstoppable forces. 10am–2pm, Foothills Learning Center, boiseenvironmental education.org
What Is That? Tips for Talking About Art with Children. For adults accompanied by a child ages 4–12. 10am–noon, Boise Art Museum, boiseartmuseum.org
, 345-8330. Registration deadline is March 2. Kids in the Kitchen. A fun health and fitness event hosted by the Junior League of Boise with the West Boise YMCA. Chefs, health care providers, community organizations, and businesses will encourage participants to make healthy eating and physical activ- ity a lifetime habit. 10am–2pm, West Boise YMCA, jlboise.com
Junior Duck Stamp Art Days. Drop in to learn about Idaho waterfowl and create your own Junior Duck Stamp art contest entry. Art supplies will be provided. 10am–4pm, Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge, fws.gov/
Hearts of Hope Gala. A benefit for the Nampa Family Justice Center. 7pm, Nampa Civic Center, nampaciviccenter.com
. For informa- tion call Donna at 899-1418.
Chess, Fuddruckers, and Movie Day. 11:30am– 3pm, Vellotti’s Chess Kids, information and registration at successinchess.com
Treasure Valley Chess Championship for Kids. Fun for all levels. 5:30–8:30pm, Smoky Mountain Pizza on ParkCenter Blvd. Vellotti’s
Chess Kids, information and registration at successinchess.com
An Evening of One Acts. A Candle on the Table, Lost, and The Traveling Sisters. For all audi- ences. 2 & 8pm, Boise Little Theater, boiselittletheater.org
Re-Art. Giving kids ages 5–10 the opportu- nity to experience and engage with art in a variety of fun and exciting ways. 1–2pm, Library! at Collister & 3–4pm, Library! at Cole & Ustick, boisepubliclibrary.org
, 562-4995 or 576-6900.
Family Country Western Dance. Dance fun for the whole family, learn a line dance, partici- pate in mixers, dance with children to Cha Cha Slide, Cupid Shuffle , and more. Smoke and alcohol free, donations appreciated but not required. 6:30–11pm, Boise Square Dance Hall, 6534 W. Diamond St. in Boise, treasurevalleycwda.org
Neighborhood Open Gyms. Supervised gym time for kids in grades K–6, 10am–2pm at Whitney, Liberty, and Koelsch Elementary Schools. For grades 7–12, 9am–noon at Les Bois, South, West, East, and Hillside Jr. High Schools. cityofboise.org/parks
Family Game Day. All ages are welcome to play kid-friendly board games, card games and Wii video games. 10am–noon, Nampa Public Library, nampalibrary.org
Saturday Storytime. Celebrate the Seasons, an event for children of all ages. 11am, Barnes & Noble, 375-4454.
11 • SUNDAY Daylight Savings Time Begins.
Children’s Reading Series. Moby Dick pre- sented by Boise Contemporary Theater. The best of contemporary children’s theater in a creative environment that is accessible to audience members of all ages. Moby Dick is a rollicking tale of adventure and obsession, told with extraordinary joy and theatricality. 2pm, Boise Contemporary Theater, bcthe- ater.org
Gnat Man! Fun family theater. 2pm, Prairie Dog Playhouse, pdplayhouse.com
JumpTime Idaho Family Day. Jump on huge mats that stretch side by side across the room. A family of 4 can jump for 2 hours for $25. JumpTime Idaho, 1375 E. Fairview Ave. in Meridian, jumptimeidaho.com
Sunday Powerplay. Bring a friend and enjoy 2-for-1 public skating. 12:30–3:30pm, Idaho IceWorld, idahoiceworld.com
Re-Art. Giving kids ages 5–10 the opportunity to experience and engage with art in a vari- ety of fun and exciting ways. 1–2pm, Boise Public Library & 3–4pm, Library! at Hillcrest, boisepubliclibrary.org
, 384-2400 or 562-4996.
Neighborhood Open Gyms. Supervised gym time for kids in grades K–6, 1–4pm at Whitney, Liberty, and Valley View Elementary Schools & 10am–2pm at Koelsch. For grades 7–12, 1–4pm at Les Bois and Hillside Jr. High Schools. cityofboise. org/parks, 608-7652.
LET’S MOVE BOISE OPEN GYM DAY
Saturday, March 17th 9 a.m.–noon
Les Bois, Hillside and South Junior High School gymnasiums
Join the fun and get movin’ in activities like basketball, hula hoop, jump rope and indoor tennis provided by the Idaho Tennis Association.
Children in grades 5 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Sponsored by Let’s Move Boise with Boise Parks & Recreation and the Boise School District.
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