This week in the Metroparent newsletter May 26, 2016
Family fun events in the Milwaukee area this Memorial Day Weekend
Check out one or more of these events and activities this Memorial Day Weekend.
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Win tickets to see Thomas the Tank Engine in Green Bay
Thomas the Tank Engine will visit the National Railroad Museum in June, and we are giving away tickets to see him and Sir Topham Hatt on Father's Day, June 19.
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New bug exhibit at the Milwaukee County Zoo is larger than life
This year, the Milwaukee County Zoo is changing things up with Bugs! Larger than Life. The exhibit features 13 giant animatronic bugs, including the Madagascan Sunset Moth, an Orb Web Spider with a web and a blue-eyed Darner Dragonfly. Each of the bugs have parts that move, and noises are piped in that make the forested area feel even more authentic.
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Three family aquatic centers set to open Saturday in Milwaukee County
Each location is a different mix of fountains, spray jets, slides and pools. All centers offer membership passes in addition to daily rates.
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Sky Zone debuts Glow Zone Fridays
For $25, jumpers receive 120 minutes of jump time, a glow shirt and a glow wristband.
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Farmers markets in and around Milwaukee 2016
Find a farmers market near you! Some start in May and many open in June. For a map of all local markets, scroll to the bottom of the page.
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