Greensboro Downtown Parks are great places for all ages, and kids especially love all that our parks have to offer. From free Kids' Klub programs to family celebrations, there's plenty to do for our youngest community members!
Join us for one of our favorite family events - the annual Downtown Campout! Come out and sleep under the pink glow of Janet Echelman's sculpture, "Where We Met" in LeBauer Park.
Come out, dressed in green, to LeBauer Park in celebration of St.Patrick's Day! This family friendly event offers plenty to do, with food, a vendor market, children's activities, and live music and dance performances.
Children from birth to 5-years, along with their parents or care givers, are invited for simple books, songs, hand rhymes, felt-board stories and fun-filled learning with the Greensboro Public Library in park.
Does your little one love to twirl, tap their toes, and leap for joy? If so, bring them down to LeBauer Park for a storybook dance and yoga class with Bella Ballerina! Pre-K movement workshops are themed around a short story read at the beginning of each session, every third Wednesday of the month.
Lettuce celebrate healthy food! Lets encourage pre-school and young elementary school aged children to be curious about food that grows in our community. Think Eat Grow offers hands-on activities to learn about seasonal fruits and vegetables!
Kids are sure to love the hands-on fun that the Greensboro Children's Museum brings to the park every third Monday of the month! With new crafts, experiments, and explorations each time, GCM brings the joy of learning through play to our park community every month of the year.
Monthly, every Third Monday, March - May & Oct. - Nov. 2019
Every third Saturday of the month, little ones - age 0 to 5 years - and their parents, can join instructor Velmy Liz Trinidad for Zumbini in the Lincoln Financial Children's Garden. Lets get those little hands and feet moving!
Get crafty with DUCK Lab! Kids, ages three to twelve-years, will get hands-on fun and learning through developmentally appropriate activities presented by trained research assistants from UNCG's child development research center in the Department of Psychology.
March - June 2019: 3/2, 3/30, 4/13, 4/27, 5/4, 5/25, 6/15