What to do in Edmonton This Weekend (With Kids) | March 3-5

Do you have a kid interested in LEGO? This weekend, you can see the LEGO Batman movie, experience the LEGO Dimensions event – and check out the many free drop in LEGO building sessions at the Library. Want to experience something else? Don’t worry, there’s plenty of things to do in Edmonton this weekend, with kids – and you can find those, as always, right here:

LEGO Dimensions Live | Cineplex Theatres
For the first time in a LEGO videogame, BATTLE ARENAS allow players to take their favourite characters into battle and compete with up to 3 friends head-to-head. Play four different battle modes in competitive split-screen games in over 21 individual arenas. Each arena is unique and contains power up abilities for all characters.

See a $2.99 Movie | Cineplex Theatres
Going to the movies can be expensive, especially when you’re taking the entire family. Cineplex Family Favourites changes all that with the $2.99 movies, every Saturday morning at 11 am. Visit your local theatre to take part. This weekend, it’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows.

Puppet Show at the Library | Castle Downs Library
Visit the local library, where puppeteers bring the puppets to life on stage with plenty of action and lively antics. The half-hour long puppet show begins at 1:30.

Get Popsicle | City Market Downtown
Visit the City Market in Edmonton on Saturday morning to get a popsicle from Famous for Pops. These delicious pops come in new flavours all the time – as well as some of their classic picks. My favourite choice? The salted chocolate. It’s delicious.

Michaels Kids Club | Make a Triorama
Visit your local store on Saturday morning to make a craft for only two bucks. Parents have to stay within the store, but it’s a great time to browse with a coffee in hand, kid-free while the kids

Toys R Us Giveaway | Toys R Us Locations
Stop by your local Toys R Us location to take home a Shopkins or a Grossery gang giveaway, starting at 11 am in the morning. Supplies are limited, so make sure you get there early. It’s a fun take-home for the kids, that won’t cost you a thing!

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