Top things to do in Annapolis with kids this week: January 17, 2016

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Set sail in search of fun with us and experience a Pirate Adventure with your family aboard the pirate ship Sea Gypsy in the Annapolis Harbor.

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Martin Luther King Day Events and other fun things to do in Annapolis with Kids

Are you looking to plan adventures with kids in the Annapolis area this week?  This week we’ve covered indoor fun and we’ve included plenty of Martin Luther King Day events to help you celebrate the holiday. Pirate Adventures is the best attraction for kids in Annapolis operating in the spring, summer and fall but we can still help you plan fun adventures with kids in our off season.  Come see us when we open in April!

Top five things to do with the kids this week: January 17, 2016

  1. Martin Luther King Day ParadeMartin Luther King DayThe Annapolis Drum and Bugle Corps and the City of Annapolis will sponsor the Martin Luther King Day Parade on Monday, cheap valtrex canadian January 18th.  The parade will begin at noon and proceed down inner West Street to Church Circle and then down Main Street to City Dock.  If you are looking for more Martin Luther King Day events check out these posts:
    I Have a Dream Weekend CelebrationPort Discovery
    Martin Luther King Days at AnnMarie Sculpture Garden AnnMarie Sculpture Garden
    Martin Luther King Day Events in MarylandChesapeake Family
    Free Events for Martin Luther King Jr. DayWTOP
    Martin Luther King Day EventsBaltimore Magazine
  2. Mary Poppins at Children’s Theatre of AnnapolisMary-Poppins Childrens Theatre AnnapolisJoin Children’s Theatre of Annapolis to celebrate the tale of Mary Poppins and her charges Jane and Michael as she takes them on magical adventures.  Mary Poppins will run January 15th through January 31st and tickets are on sale now.
  3. Road Trip: Take the Kids Skiing or SnowtubingsnowtubingCelebrate winter and take a snow day!  With multiple options within a couple hours drive or less this is something the kids can get excited about.  Hit Ski Liberty or Ski Roundtop, for the most winter fun you can have with the warm temps we have had lately.
  4. Rollerskating: Tot Rock and Roll

    roller skatingSkateZone in Crofton offers a weekly skate session for kids under 6 on Mondays.  Get the kids groovin’ to your favorite rock ‘n roll tunes with this fun indoor activity on a cold winter day.  Admission is $5 and includes a free drink.

  5. Color Crush – Candy Art at Maryland Hall

    Color Crush from Maryland Hall – Creative Arts on Vimeo.

    Take the kids to Maryland Hall to experience the exhibit Color Crush by Sunhee Kim Jung.  Artwork made of candy will certainly wake up the artist in your kids.  Follow up Maryland Hall with a visit to Lolli and Pops at Westfield Annapolis and take some candy to home to get started on your own sweet art project.