Junior Naturalist Day Camp
April 1, 9 a.m.
Spring has arrived and the Junior Naturalist Day Camp is an all-day event where children will have the chance to learn about exploring the nature of the park. // Potomac Overlook Regional Park: 2845 N. Marcey Road, Arlington; $85
Prehistoric Park Rangers
April 5, 5 p.m.
An event for dinosaur lovers where children (5-10 years old) will learn about the past creatures who inhabited our planet millions of years ago. // Potomac Overlook Regional Park: 2845 N. Marcey Road, Arlington; $10
Farm Tour: Feathered Friends
April 7, 1 p.m.
Bring a picnic lunch and spend a lovely Sunday with family while learning about the variety of chicken breeds. // Temple Hall Farm Regional Park: 15789 Temple Hall Lane, Leesburg; Free
Spring Garage Sale & Kids’ Corner
April 13, 9 a.m.
McLean’s biggest garage sale of the season will include areas set up for children (under 15) to sell their toys, games, clothes and other items. // McLean Community Center: 1420 Beverly Road, McLean; Free
Comic Logic Kids’ Art Class
April 13, 9-10:30 a.m.
Young artists of all skill levels will learn how to draw Captain marvel at this event, hosted and taught by comic book artist Jenna Ayoub. // Comic Logic Books & Artwork: 44031 Ashburn Shopping Plaza, Suite 281, Ashburn; $21
Kids Fashion Week PlayShop Fair
April 13, Noon-4 p.m.
Kids will learn about fashion, health, entertainment and STEM through play at this event focused on helping local nonprofits and organizations. // Patrick Henry Recreation Center: 4653 Taney Ave., Alexandria; $0-$200
Kids Spring Academy 2019 at Topgolf Loudoun
April 15-16, 9 a.m.-noon
The Topgolf Kids Spring Academy features three days of fun for the little golfer in your life. Children will focus on chipping, putting and taking full swings, as well as learning the rules and etiquette of the sport. // Topgolf Loudoun: 20356 Commonwealth Center Drive, Ashburn; $119
Festival of Colors
April 28, Noon-8 p.m.
Celebrate spring by transforming yourself into a rainbow. The annual Festival of Colors at Bull Run Regional Park features a full day of live music, dining, dancing, family-friendly activities—and an open invitation to dip yourself in bright (but washable) paint. Finger painting never felt so fun. // Bull Run Regional Park: 7700 Bull Run Drive, Centreville; $7 in advance, $10 at the door, children under 3, free
Steal Away Home
Through May 4, 1 p.m.
This play tells the story of two young slaves who escaped a South Carolina plantation. With the help of many good people, the youngsters were able to travel north to reunite with their freed father in Pennsylvania. // Riverside Center for the Performing Arts: 95 Riverside Parkway, Fredericksburg; $14