It’s about the middle of the week when we start to imagine the adventures that we’re going to get up to that weekend. Here are some of the things you can find, if you’re searching for fun things to do with the kids this weekend in Edmonton –
Enroll in a PD Day Camp | Mudpie Parties
Start the weekend off right and enroll in a PD Day Camp. It’s a fun way to entertain the kids while they’re out of school and they can enjoy the many, many fun things that Mudpie Parties offers. Use this link to check out the PD Day camps.
Family Movie Pajama Party | Telus World of Science
Pre-film activities start at 8 am. Film will start at 9:00 a.m. This movie brings to the screen the endlessly appetizing delights of Roald Dahl’s cherished book. Coated with flavorful tunes and production designs that are a visual treat for the eyes, this effervescent musical never fails to enchant young and old.
The Patch off Whyte | Wilburt McIntre Park
EEDC and Curling Canada are celebrating the Ford World Curling Championships, coming to Edmonton April 1-9, 2017, by hosting The Patch Off Whyte, a family-friendly event, on March 18, 2017. Patch, an entertainment hub of big curling events, is being brought to the street as “The Patch Off Whyte,” filled with live music, beer gardens, free wagon rides, and street curling. Dr. Wilbert McIntyre Park near the Strathcona Farmer’s Market will be lit up from 11am-4pm, so bring your friends and family, and get an early taste of what it’s like to party at the Curling Championships. Check out this event and introduce your friends and family to a great Canadian sport!
Pre-Teen Night | 3SB Creative Youth Centre
Spend Friday Night at dinner while the kids are entertained at this parents night out. Unparented. Time out – Hang out with friends and play some glow in the dark Nerf, foosball, air hockey, music. Food and drinks available for purchase at the CYC Cafe.
Make a Fingerprint Canvas | Michaels Stores
They make; you shop! Kids 3 and up can enjoy making floral art using their fingerprints. Sign up in-store or just drop in. $2 per project, supplies included. Parent or guardian must remain on premises during the event.