There is a certain four-letter word entering the forecast for Sunday. But given the recent run of temps, chances are it won't amount to much.

It should not at all interfere with a weekend of activities throughout Montgomery County.

Leave the shovel in the shed and banish the blower. Get out and enjoy!

Elizabeth Pitcairn in Concert - Glencairn Museum

Elizabeth Pitcairn brings her music to the Glencairn Museum this Sunday afternoon.

The impressive stone interior of Glencairn Museum will echo with the sweet violin music of a celebrated violinist, Elizabeth Pitcairn. The 3 p.m. March 20 program highlights the musical genius of the great-granddaughter of John Pitcairn, one of Bryn Athyn's most famous residents. Read more about Elizabeth, her deep talents and her amazing instrument in our blog.

Storybook Egg-stravaganza - Upper Dublin Township

The guest of honor at Upper Dublin Township's Easter celebration on March 18 is Bugsy O'Hare, who hosts the evening of fun from 6-7:30 p.m. There's a whole memory-card full of picture opportunities, and treasure-hunters will need a basket to take home all their swag and candy.

The Foreigner - Methacton Community Theater

The Foreigner is a comedy involving mistaken identity and a series of secrets that are comedically shared under that false pretense. In the hands of the talented cast of the Methacton Community Theater, the March 18, 19 and 20 performances are sure to entertain. The show is presented in the Empress Room in Blue Bell, coupled with a dinner for a complete outing.

Making History Greater Series - Norristown Historical Society

The Norristown Historical Society is the site of a March 19 presentation on "The Aftermath of Loyalism in Pennsylvania." This free session examines the effects of the American Revolution from the perspective of the 1,800 suspected Pennsylvanians who wanted to keep ties with the British Empire. The information begins with a social at 12:30 p.m., and the lecture begins at 1 p.m.

Easter Bunny Brunches - Elmwood Park Zoo

The Easter Bunny arrives at Elmwood Park Zoo this Saturday and Sunday.

The Easter Bunny brunches at Elmwood Park Zoo continue this weekend, March 19-20, bringing a cross-generational array of animal fans. The tickets - which sell quickly - include entry to the zoo, a hot brunch buffet, an Easter egg hunt, a photo opportunity with the Easter Bunny, music and crafts.

Easter Egg Hunt - Upper Providence Township

It's going to take an eagle-eye and plenty of energy to find the eggs that have been nestled in the spring grass of Black Rock Park on March 19. The Spring Bunny will oversee all the searching and pose for pictures as treasures are located and scooped up.

Nature's Easter Egg Colors - Green Lane Park

Show your kids some real kitchen magic, the secret of using natural materials to produce stunning colors in your basket. The experts at Green Lane Park on March 19 will lead the step-by-step instructions. Attendees should bring a dozen hard-boiled eggs and be prepared to experiment with colors from nature's palette.

St. Patrick's Day Hike - Lock 60 at Schuylkill Canal Park

Spring is a great time to re-launch your outdoor walking program. Get off on the right foot with a March 20 hike at Lock 60 at Schuylkill Canal Park. Meet in the parking lot behind the Pickering Creek Inn at 1 p.m. for a walk across the bridge over the Schuylkill River and down the towpath to Lock 60. Upon reaching the picnic grove, gold coins will be scattered throughout the field for children to turn in for prizes.

Bliss Bridal Show - Valley Forge Casino Resort

The Valley Forge Casino Resort hosts the Bliss Bridal show this Sunday.

Attention brides and grooms to-be. March 20 at the Valley Forge Casino Resort is your chance to get some serious one-stop-shopping done for your big day. Experience the latest bridal trends; meet local wedding vendors; sample delicious cuisine; enjoy live entertainment; preview bride and groom fashions; enter to win prizes! Tickets are $5 in advance.

Live Blacksmithing - Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles

See blacksmithing demonstrations at the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles during Hoods Up Saturday.

The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles will shimmer with heat once the bellows start to blow during the blacksmithing demonstration, March 19 at 10 a.m. The fire and smoke are preceded at 9:30 a.m. by Hoods Up Saturday, a glimpse into the engineering and machinery of the several dozen historic cars and trucks.

A prediction of snow this late in the season might lead to just a twinge of cabin fever. The perfect anecdote is a new setting to relax and unwind in, such as the flurry of recommended accommodations on our website. Pick one, nestle in and have a springtime weekend, regardless of what precipitation may fall from the sky.