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Family Datebook

by Suburban Family-- Editorial Staff
family datebook

Perfect Little Planet
Rowan University’s planetarium presents their monthly family show. Join a martian family as they travel the galaxy to learn more about planets and the solar system during an intergalactic vacation.
2 p.m. at the Edelman Planetarium, Glassboro,, $2

Peter Pan Jr.
The Moorestown Theater Company’s winter stage presents Peter Pan Jr., a family friendly trip to Neverland with Peter Pan and friends. The show sets guests up for a true adventure, thanks to an award-winning cast and imaginative story.
March 11-13 at William Allen Middle School, Moorestown,, $12

JCC Community Purim Carnival
Get into the spirit of Purim—celebrated on March 24 this year—with fun, games and costumes. Kids are encouraged to dress up as their favorite Purim characters and dive into a moon bounce. There will also be games and food—including hamentashen.
1-4 p.m. at the Katz JCC, Cherry Hill,, $7 for child members, $10 for child non-members, free for adults and children under 2

Date Night with Your Dog
Sometimes, your dog just needs a bit of extra love, which is why the Animal Welfare Association set up their monthly date night. There will be games and free treats for your furry friend, as well as an opportunity for your dog to socialize and have fun.
4-7 p.m. at PetSmart Marlton, Marlton,, free

Special Needs Night
The Funplex’s special evening provides an inclusionary experience for family members in need. One ticket gets guests a night of unlimited rides, plus 10 game credits, two slices of pizza and a medium drink.
4-9 p.m. at the Funplex, Mount Laurel,, $20 per person

Easter Egg Hunt | 3/19/16
Medford’s annual Easter Egg Hunt returns to get kids ready for the holiday. Join your neighbors (ages preschool through fourth grade) on a hunt for prize-filled Easter eggs with the hopes of finding a magic egg and winning something special.
11 a.m. at Freedom Park, Medford,

Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 6, Issue 12 (February, 2016).
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