Let’s face it: A lot of Tuscaloosa residents have skipped town during spring break. For those of you who haven’t – how can you find fun activities that will entertain the kiddos? A trip to the Children’s Hands-On Museum in downtown Tuscaloosa on St. Patrick’s Day might be just what’s needed.
C.H.O.M. is holding a St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Hunt on Tuesday, March 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Those of you who are familiar with the Children’s Hands-On Museum know what to expect: Tons of fun activities for children, and all of them related in some way to St. Patrick’s Day.
The day-long activities include Irish river lore by “Riverboat John Ferguson,” a singer, storyteller and musician. In addition, kids will have the chance to find hidden leprechauns for prizes, and they’ll be able to make Over-The-Rainbow crafts.
For more information about St. Patty’s day activities at C.H.O.M., visit www.chomonline.org!