Photo by Jack Redgate.

8. Gimme S’More, Riverview Park: March 14

Kids can work up an appetite for a sweet treat during this family hike. Guides from Venture Outdoors will lead the way along three miles of winding trails through Riverview Park. The payoff at the end is building a melted marshmallow s’more. Registration is $5 for kids, $8 for their grownups or $20 for the whole family. Expect Covid safety precautions.

Image courtesy of the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium.

9. Meet the Easter Bunny, Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium: March 20-21 and 26-28

It’s time to go hippity, hoppity down the bunny trail to meet spring’s most popular celebrity. The Pittsburgh Zoo’s Easter Bunny meet-and-greet event promises socially distanced safety, along with treats from The Milkshake Factory. A team member will be happy to take group shots with your camera or phone. Timed tickets are $25 per family. Zoo admission is extra.

Photo courtesy of Assemble Pittsburgh.

10. Adventures of an Architect Day Camp, Assemble: March 24

Kids from grades 3-5 will be challenged to consider how their neighborhood houses and buildings were planned and structured during the Adventures of an Architect Day Camp. Part of the fun will be coming up with a design for their own dream home. The virtual workshop includes a material kit to be picked up on March 19. Registration is $20. Some $10 scholarships are available and registration is free for Garfield residents.

Bonus events:

Phipps Fairies and Flora Virtual Dance Class

Carnegie Science Center FabLab Workshops

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art’s Virtual Children’s Saturday Studio

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School Dance Workshops

August Wilson African American Cultural Center Youth Writers Camp

Let’s Move at the Parks with the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy

For more events, go here.