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Things to Do in Lancaster in March

Tulip Flower Garden - Things to do in Lancaster in March

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, always has something fun going on, there’s something new for you to do every day in March! We’ve put together some of the things we’re most excited to do in Lancaster in March 2018, but you can check out the events calendar for even more great ideas!

One thing that’s going on all month is the Murder at Mount Hope Mystery Dinner Theater. There you can play a character in the story and investigate the fictional murder at Mount Hope while eating a delicious four-course dinner. Dutch Apple Dinner Theater will also host a few shows throughout March, including a tribute to Johnny Cash and a performance of Cat in the Hat.

You also won’t want to miss the local events happening every Friday, like First Friday in Lancaster and Mt. Gretna, Music Friday in Lancaster City on March 16, and Fourth Friday in Mount Joy. These events let you enjoy local artisans and shops through special events.

If you have kids, you won’t want to miss kid-friendly events like special jumps at Sky Zone, the Easter Bunny Breakfast at Kitchen Kettle Village the last weekend of the month, and much more. The Lancaster area is one of the most family-friendly places around!

St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Kids

St. Patrick's Day Crafts for Kids - Lancaster, PA

St. Patrick’s Day is fast approaching, and if you have kids or spend a lot of time with them, this is the perfect holiday for fun, family-friendly crafts! Check out some of our favorite St. Patrick’s Day Crafts your kids will love, or find more at Woman’s Day.

Rainbow Paper Plate

Since St. Patrick’s Day and leprechauns go hand in hand, there are lots of fun leprechaun-themed crafts to have your kids do. One is a rainbow paper plate craft, where you glue cotton and strips of colored paper to a paper plate to look like a rainbow. This one is great for younger tots!

Shamrock T-Shirt

If your munchkins are a little older, they’ll enjoy a shamrock stamped t-shirt, where you cut a shamrock shape and tape it to the front of the shirt, then use an eraser to stamp fabric paint around it. You can also make St. Patrick’s Day garlands to hang up around the house with sparkly shamrocks.

Homemade Play Dough

Some of the cool craft ideas include projects you can make for your kids to play with even after the holiday is over. For example, St. Patrick’s Day play dough uses a regular play dough recipe plus green food coloring and sparkles. Or, if they prefer candy, decorate a pot of gold and fill it with candies covered with gold foil like chocolate coins.

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