What to do in Edmonton May Long Weekend with Kids | May 17-19

Things to do in Edmonton this weekend with Kids Friday Maydaze Carnival at Mill Woods Town Centre | All weekend Set your May Long weekend destination to Mill Woods Town Centre MayDaze Carnival. more details to come, stay tuned! More Details Saturday Kids Try Tennis Workshop Kids, ages 4-10, try tennis! Top tennis players from […]

Things to do in Edmonton this weekend with Kids

Friday

Maydaze Carnival at Mill Woods Town Centre | All weekend
Set your May Long weekend destination to Mill Woods Town Centre MayDaze Carnival. more details to come, stay tuned!
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Saturday

Kids Try Tennis Workshop
Kids, ages 4-10, try tennis! Top tennis players from across Canada will introduce kids to the tennis in a fun, FREE one-hour workshop. Participants will learn the basics and volley with a player. Space is limited. Tennis racquets and balls will be available for use.
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Alberta Railway Museum Opening Weekend
​Located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, the Alberta Railway Museum (ARM) is a rustic outdoor display of railway equipment and buildings. The museum replicates a small terminal with station, water tank and shops. Don’t forget to take a train ride while you’re there!
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Compost S’cool
This all ages event is a great opportunity to check out Compost ‘S cool learn some basics of composting and enjoy some fresh air with the family. Bring your kitchen scraps or dried leaves (veggies, fruits, coffee grounds, no meat or dairy) along to add to the compost on-site. Outside event, please dress to weather conditions.
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Aerial Park Opening Day 
Tackle different themed elements including a ski bridge, snowboard balance bridge, bicycle, plus many more. The games are graded like runs on a ski hill: green, blue and black. Ask one of our guides to snap a picture of you with friends and family as you take on one of #yeg’s hottest attractions.
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Chapters Indigo Craft & Storytime
On Saturday May 18 at 11am | Unwind with us as we create colourful DIY stress balls with Squoosh-O’s. This fun and free craft time is perfect for kids on a Saturday morning! Check your local store.
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Harry Potter Coding Event at the Microsoft Store
This free, autism-friendly workshop introduces participants age 8 and up to foundational coding concepts using the Harry Potter Kano Coding Kit.
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Pokemon Detective Pikachu Playdate at Toys R Us
Just like Detective Pikachu chasing clues through the streets, participants can search the store for hidden clues to solve a mystery and receive FREE Psyduck and Bulbasaur promo cards. PLUS: Trade & Play Station! Pokémon collector? New to Pokémon? Bring your card collection to trade and play with “Us” at your local store. Trade with other Pokémon collectors OR get your collection started TODAY!
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Sunday

Landmark Kids Day
Every Sunday, kids can get out of the house and score a movie ticket and Snack Pack (popcorn, drink, choice of candy treat) for one great, low price. Every movie, every Sunday. Landmark Cinemas’ Kid’s Day – turn the average Sunday into a movie-filled Funday. Check your favourite Landmark Cinemas for showtimes.
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Movie Under the Stars
Bring your friends and family to watch E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, a movie night under the stars in support of Spark! Youth Camp! It’s going to be out of this world!
Seating will be set up on La Cite Francophone’s beautiful outdoor bowl on a first come first serve basis. Please feel free to bring a blanket to view the film from the hill! – come early as these spots go fast.
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Monday

Dinner (or Lunch) BOGO Free at Pasta Pantry 
FREE PASTA MAY LONG WEEKEND MONDAY! Join us at both Pasta Pantry locations (Manning Town Centre & Sherwood Park) on Victoria Day – Monday May 20, 2019 – for BOGO FREE PASTA. Purchase any regular or large order of pasta with a drink and get a second order of pasta FREE!
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Celebration of Spring: Ukranian Cultural Heritage Village
The first event of the season brings together numerous dance groups of all ages from across Alberta as they perform a variety of new and traditional dances on our Bandshell Stage. In the historical village, families can visit with costumed role players and enjoy traditional authentic spring time activities on the farm. This event also opens the second and final season of the Peter Shostak: Painting to Remember art exhibit in the Visitor Centre.
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