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Old 04-16-2009, 05:50 PM
 
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We are coming down to Port A for the weekend with family, and it looks like we won't be hanginig out on the beach on Sat due to the rain. What are some fun activities to entertain a 3 yr old boy? We were thinking of going to the aquarium......any other ideas?
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Old 04-17-2009, 09:51 AM
 
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We are coming down to Port A for the weekend with family, and it looks like we won't be hanginig out on the beach on Sat due to the rain. What are some fun activities to entertain a 3 yr old boy? We were thinking of going to the aquarium......any other ideas?
The odds are way in your favor that you won't see that rain. Predictions are 40% scattered and that usually means "scattered" somewhere else.

The Aquarium is wonderful for kids (and adults) - my grandchildren 2,3,5 have a great time there. We take them every single time we are in Corpus.

There are a few events going on in the area - some will at least be in tents that a 3 year old would enjoy.

Windfest Festival - Portland (http://www.windfest.org/festivalevents.htm - broken link)

Sandfest at Port Aransas This is amazing - some of the best sand artists in the country. IF you are facing a drizzle and they are still doing the art, wear a hat and clothes to be wet in - you don't want to miss the sand art. Consider that you were probably going to get "wet" at the beach without rain, what's the difference as long as it's not a thunderstorm?

http://texassandfest.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/images/sandfest_1.336180406.jpg (broken link)

Keep positive thoughts - odds are that you won't have that rain.
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Old 04-17-2009, 12:21 PM
 
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The Museum of Science and History can be fun for a 3-year-old also. They have a children's area with some hands-on things to do. It's not huge, but we used to spend hours there.
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