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February 19-21
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Todd's Weekend Adventures: Feb. 19-21
Posted at 10:42 AM, Feb 19, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-19 10:42:00-05

Grand Rapids Amateur Hockey Association- Learn to Play

Have your kids been getting into hockey? They can try it out for free on Saturday! The Grand Rapids Amateur Hockey Association is hosting a Try Hockey For Free event starting at noon at Patterson Ice Arena. The event is designed to provide kids ages 4-9 a completely free experience to try youth hockey.

A limited amount of equipment is even available to borrow. Coaches will be on the ice to teach kids the basics, so no experience is necessary. Check out graha.org for more.

Kalamazoo Parks Winter Family Scavenger Hunt

Kalamazoo Parks is offering up some free family fun. Their winter family scavenger hunt is running now until March 1.

30 items will be hidden in 15 participating parks throughout the city for residents to find and take a photo with, all for a chance to win prizes like a week of summer camp for one child or a family season pass to Kik Pool. T

he first 50 participants also receive a free scavenger hunt t-shirt for each family member. Learn more at discoverkalamazoo.com.

Muskegon Winter Outdoor Family Adventure

If you’re closer to the Muskegon area, there’s a weekend event for the family as well. The Winter Outdoor Family Adventure is open to families with kids ages 5 to 19. It’s a free, self-paced experience to enjoy the outdoors, do some fun activities, and learn about Michigan.

There are themed missions to accomplish as a family, like snowshoeing, outdoor cooking, snowman building, and more. It’s free and runs all weekend long.

Get more info at visitmuskegon.org.

Fish Fries in West Michigan

The season of Lent is upon us, which means there are fish fries all over West Michigan. Too many of them for us to list, but if you are looking for that traditional perch, walleye, or even shrimp dinner, you should have no trouble finding them at local schools, parishes, and churches.

Many are even offering drive-thrus to keep with social distancing guidelines.