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Kids for Sun., March 21
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    Barnyard Buddies

    Meet animal friends at a special hands-on farm tour where a handler will introduce youngsters to chickens, horses, and donkeys.
    Saturdays, 10am  
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    Camacho Activity Center Virtual Programs

    Visit the Camacho Activity Center virtually for bike tutorials, a Blunn Creek Nature Preserve hiking guide, and activity guides for homemade ice cream, nature bingo, leaf art, and more.
     
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    Carnival of Games

    Pinballz will place golden cards in select ticketed games, and all you have to do is find them! With every Gold Card captured, you get the opportunity to redeem for specialty prizes.
    Through March 28  
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    Connect2Texas

    The Bullock Museum has an excellent selection of educational programming that can be incorporated into distance learning or experienced just for fun. There are recordings and worksheets on a range of topics as wide as Texas: blues music, extreme mammals, cattle drives, and more. Plus, check out the very cool interactive tools like the Texas history timeline and "Campfire Stories," an interactive version of Amarillo artist Robert T. Ritter's mosaic that leads you to discover the people who wrote the stories of Texas.
     
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    Jump Into Spring Break

    Altitude Trampoline Park offers expanded hours of fun and is introducing mini golf starting this spring break. They follow the Certified Clean program to ensure a clean and safe environment for the family, and social distancing and current COVID-19 restrictions will be followed.
    March 15-21, 10am-9pm. $9-20.  
    Altitude Trampoline Park, 2800 S. I-35, Round Rock
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    Just for Teens: APL Fantasy Club

    Join other teens virtually to discuss fantasy and sci-fi books. This month's theme is "Wonderland and Strange Fantasies."
    Sun., March 21, 2pm  

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