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Five Things to Do During School Vacation

With Arlington Public School's spring break upon us, Patch found five things to keep your family active during this week.

If you're worried about what to do with your children during their spring break, Patch has your back with a list of five fun endeavors that will keep the kids amused and out of trouble all week long.

  1. – The is a great source of fun and free events going on all break long. Kicking off the week will be a Teen Book Making seminar on April 18 at 3 p.m., where kids will learn the basics about how to craft three different styles of handmade books. For more events at the Robbins during Spring Break, head over to its website.

  2. Taking place every Tuesday and Saturday, why not send the kids to learn a little bit about Arlington's history at the Tours, a free look into Arlington's past. Open 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  3. Another week-long event taking place over Spring break will be the Regent Theatre's Grease Sing-a-long. Join Danny Zuko and the rest of the T-Birds in this highly participatory showing of the classic musical. Check out the Regent's website for pricing and dates.

  4. You'll have to swing down Mass. Ave. into Lexington for this one. The , 1580 Massachusetts Ave., on Satuday, April 23 at 10 a.m., will be hosting their annual Easter Egg Hunt. A great, fun and free adventure for the kids on Saturday morning.

  5. TV Turnoff Week, Tune In to Local Happenings - Last, but most surely not least, Arlington is preparing for this year's Spring vacation and has set up a plethora of local events to keep the family busy all week long. Sports and science clinics, a food festival, and even more events at the Robbins Library. For a full list of town events, click here.

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