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Birds, Blooms and Moms This Weekend at the North Carolina Zoo

Birds, Blooms and Moms This Weekend at the North Carolina Zoo

Spread your wings and soar to the North Carolina Zoo to celebrate Mother's Day weekend May 7th and 8th. The annual Birds and Blooms special event is set for Saturday, while the yearly plant sale goes on all weekend.

Youth Program to Explore the Lives of 18th-Century Children

Youth Program to Explore the Lives of 18th-Century Children

Children ages 6-10 can explore the Governor's Palace and what life was like for children in the 18th century during "Tryon's Explorers: A Kid's Life," Thursday, May 12, at 10 a.m.

Experience Naturalist Weekend at Grandfather Mountain

Experience Naturalist Weekend at Grandfather Mountain

With flowers a bloom and wildlife galore, springtime have arrived at Grandfather Mountain. Visitors have a prime opportunity to experience this natural paradise at the annual Naturalist Weekend, returning May 13 to 15.

Second Annual Event - Longleaf Film Festival

Second Annual Event - Longleaf Film Festival

The second annual Longleaf Film Festival, a program of the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh, announces the films selected for its juried festival Friday, May 13, to Saturday, May 14.

K-9's In Flight Frisbee® Dogs Jump into Action at Tweetsie Railroad

K-9's In Flight Frisbee® Dogs Jump into Action at Tweetsie Railroad

For nine straight days, Tweetsie Railroad visitors will experience the real dog days of summer, in a fun and exciting way!

NATIONAL PET WEEK AT HANDS ON!

NATIONAL PET WEEK AT HANDS ON!

Join Hands On!, the Children's Museum in downtown Hendersonville, as they celebrate National Pet Week. Challenge yourself to our special animal scavenger hunt and register to win a basket filled with pet goodies from our sponsors at the Etowah Valley Veterinary Hospital.

Final Weeks to See BODY WORLDS at Discovery Place

Final Weeks to See BODY WORLDS at Discovery Place

Only two weekends are left to see Gunther von Hagens' BODY WORLDS & The Cycle of Life before it leaves Charlotte on Sunday, May 1. Presented by Novant Health, this fascinating exhibit takes guests on a journey of self-discovery to witness the body living through time—as it changes, grows, matures, peaks and finally wanes.

 Recycled Critter Craft at Hands On!

Recycled Critter Craft at Hands On!

Join Hands On!, the Children's Museum in downtown Hendersonville, as they prepare to celebrate National Pet Week and Earth Day by making recycled critters!

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