Five things to do with your family this weekend: April 5-6

Apr. 4—Looking for something to do with your family this weekend? Check out these activities around the Valley:

1. STEAM Innovation Labs is holding an out-of-this-world First Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the 363 Market St., Sunbury, facility. This month, there will be science experiments to amaze and educate children, plus a special moon cake to enjoy ahead of the eclipse, and lots of other fun activities to take part in. The maker space will also be selling eclipse glasses designed by local artists, so guests can purchase some wearable art to safely view Monday's astronomical event. Get more details at STEAM Innovation Labs' Facebook page.

2. Get out and enjoy nature with the Seven Mountains Audubon with the group's First Saturday Birdwalk at the Montour Preserve, 374 Preserve Road, Danville, starting at 8 a.m. Expert birder and bird photographer Lauri Shaffer will lead the group, starting from the Lower Goose Pond parking lot at the visitors center. Attendees should wear suitable walking shoes and bring binoculars if they have them, but there will be a few pairs available to borrow. Learn more at the Montour Preserve's Facebook page.

3. The Evangelical Community Hospital Children's Health Fair will be held 9 a.m. to noon at The Miller Center, 120 Hardwood Drive, on Saturday. The event is for parents and children under 12 with a focus on key factors of good health including eating right, exercising, taking part in health screenings, and making good decisions about healthy living. Children are encouraged to come ready for action and fun and should wear shoes appropriate for physical activity. For more information, check out The Miller Center for Recreation and Wellness's Facebook page.

4. Teach your kids about farming at the Agricultural Awareness Day at the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds' Industrial building, 620 W. 3rd St., on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event is a collaboration between local Future Farmer of America. There are more than 30 interactive and educational exhibits planned that are kid-friendly and fun. There is no admission, but food vendors will be on site and attendees are encouraged to bring a non-expired, nonperishable food item to donate. More details are available at organizer Rohrbach's Farm Market website,

5. There's an Easter egg hunt for adults and kids alike on Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Pleasant Valley Greenhouse & Gifts, 6452 Route 35, Freeburg. The event is to benefit Bearded Brothers Outreach, and there will be plenty of other activities to enjoy, including kids games, a craft station, a petting zoo and visits with the Easter Bunny. Kids hunt free at designated times, but adult tickets are $20 and guarantees one egg — prizes will vary, but include cash, home decor items, and more. Learn more about the event at Bearded Brothers Outreach's Facebook.

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