Things to do in Edmonton with Kids this Weekend
Family Movie Night: The Incredibles 2
Doors at 6:30PM Movie begins at 7:00PM $1 per person Put on the PJs and grab your comfiest pillow and/or blanket to sit on while you enjoy the movie *chairs will be available if preferred* Popcorn, candy, chocolate bars, pop and water will be available for purchase!
Make a Melting Snowman
Oh no, where did that snowman go? He melted into a glittery pool. Buy the jar, and the supplies to decorate it will be provided.
Make a DIY Christmas Ornament
Time for some merry ornament making! Buy the ornament, and the supplies to decorate it will be provided.
All is Bright on 124th
The businesses of 124 Street invite you to our annual light up festival on Saturday, November 10 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. This unique event celebrates the winter season by bringing light to our community. This year we’re moving from 124 Street’s South Pole to the North Pole at 108 Avenue! The festival is free to attend and everyone is welcome! We’ll share updates on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram through our @shop124street handles, which we’ll be marking with the hashtag #AllisBright.
Build and Watch a 16′ Volcano Erupt | Saturday
Brace yourselves, Edmontonians! Things at the TELUS World of Science – Edmonton are about to get ‘explosive’ in celebration of the 3rd International Science Centre & Science Museum Day! It all happens November 10, 2018. TELUS World of Science will conduct the biggest, craziest, baking soda and vinegar volcano ever performed by the science centre to-date, but we need your help contructing it.
Farmfair International Family Days
4-H Family Day promises to be jam-packed with activities that will provide 4-Hers and their families with opportunities to learn new skills, meet new people, and check out all of the other great programs offered at Farmfair International.
Hit up the Toboggan Hill
Get out on the hill and enjoy the small bit of snow that’s been accumulating. You’ll find some of our favourite places to toboggan with kids in Edmonton, here.
Coffee Life Cafe
It’s cozy, rustic, and quiet in the front of the coffee shop, and has an enclosed, amazing toddler play area in the back. The play area is fully equipped with tables and chairs for parents to sit and enjoy a (really good) cup of coffee or have a bite to eat, while they watch their kids play. Best part – they have a great locally sourced menu, and serve individual portions, or you can order a “picnic” for your family – perfect for young kids that are too busy playing to be bothered to sit and eat an entire meal at once. There’s even Gluten Free ad Vegan options!