What to do in Edmonton This Weekend (With Kids) | April 7-9

Homesteader Family Event | Reidbuilt Homes
Kick off some Easter themed fun while you explore the new Verte Homesteader showhome. There are free treats for parents and kids, free photos with the Easter Bunny, Petting Zoo, Face Painter and Balloon Artist.

Free Sport and Recreation Day | Edmonton
The City of Edmonton is opening their recreation facilities to Edmonton Residents to participate in sport, active recreation and active living opportunities for FREE.  We are also looking for other activities in community leagues, schools and other facilities.

Build a Bunny Basket | Home Depot
Join us as kids learn how to build a Bunny Basket with easy to follow step-by-step instructions. Kids’ projects can be painted in-store. Please dress appropriately for painting. This free hands-on Workshops is designed for children ages 5 – 12

Easter Eggstravaganza | Rutherford House 
Spring and Easter go hand in hand at Rutherford House. Celebrate the season as your explore this magnificent home and learn about a variety of natural dyes and how they were used to colour eggs. Enjoy freshly baked cookies and a spring-themed craft. Be sure to keep a watchful eye for the Easter Bunny as you do your Easter egg hunt!

Free Bunny Storytime | Chapters Indigo
Chapters-Indigo invites you to enjoy a special story time and activity (contact your local store for all the details), this weekend. It’sa time to come out and join a free story and activity for local kids.

Kids Paint Day | Tutti Frutti Windermere
Kids Paint Day at Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt @ Currents of Windermere. Check out the event for fun-filled professional instructor-led paint class for kids! Includes a kids size 12oz Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt, Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt goodies, Use of all paint materials and supplies and Take home art canvas of your child’s painting. Limited Spots Available for $26.

Watch the Land Before Time | Cineplex
This weekend, as part of Cineplex Family Favourites, you can catch ‘the Land Before Time’ on the big screen. It’s only $2.99/ticket, so it’s a great chance to get the family out to the movies, without breaking the bank.

Photo: Kim Stoegbauer

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