The Providence Mom 2020 SPRING Bucket List (with Printable PDF)

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It’s been another long New England winter, and we’re just as eager as you are to shake off the chill of winter and dive headfirst into springtime.  So we’ve pulled together a list of some of our favorite things to do when the weather gets warm and compiled Providence Mom’s Spring Bucket List. Scroll to the bottom for the PDF version that you can download, print, pin or otherwise post to your heart’s content. Did your favorite springtime activity make our list? Reach out and let us know!

  • Plant an herb garden
  • Visit Wicked Tulips
  • Explore the Audubon Society
  • Build  a fairy garden
  • Visit Botanical Gardens at RWP 
  • Read about a spring holiday 
  • Take a trip to RWP Zoo
  • Dye some eggs 
  • (Make your own egg dye!)
  • Have a holiday egg hunt
  • Visit Wright’s Dairy Farm 
  • Celebrate May Day
  • Eat Johnnycakes
  • Grow flowers
  • Bake hot crossed buns, or make another springtime recipe
  • Make a bird feeder
  • Fly a kite (Try making your own!)
  • Marie Kondo something 
  • Throw a tea party 
  • Have a picnic 
  • Go hiking
  • Play in the rain 
  • Make mud-pies 
  • Visit a new playground
  • Press flowers or try one of these other super simple spring activities 
  • Walk the PVD Pedestrian Bridge 
  • Have your own storytime outside
  • Lie in the grass and watch the clouds
  • Blow bubbles
  • Feed the ducks
  • Paint rocks and hide them in public places for other people to find
  • Visit Blithewold mansion
  • See the Green Animals Topiary Garden in Newport 
  • Road trip to the PEZ museum 
  • Learn about bees
  • Cumberland library trails
  • Go mini-golfing 
  • Ride bikes 

And if you’re a new or expectant mom make sure you add Bloom 2020 to your own personal bucket list!  More details coming soon!


Download the printable PDF here: Providence Mom Spring Bucket List

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Although originally from New York, Niki has lived in RI for over a decade. She is the very tired mom of three little hobbit boys and one baby shield-maiden of Rohan. As a JWU grad she loves all things related to food, except when it involves cooking every single meal for her family during a never-ending global pandemic. She also has a strong affinety for old books, sugar-skulls, skeletons in general and cats.