Things to do in Edmonton with Kids | October 19-21

Things to do in Edmonton this Weekend with Kids

Monster Making Workshop at the Reuse Centre 
We’ll go on a spooky trick-or-treat scavenger hunt for reuse supplies to make petrifying pill-bottle monsters, a Frankenstein candy collector and scary spiderwebs.Course fee includes all craft materials and light refreshments (juice, halloween candy) for participants. An adult must register and attend with child(ren) registered in this course.
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Make a Halloween T-Shirt | Saturday
Make cute T-shirts featuring ghosts and bats and gravestones, oh my! Buy the T-shirt, and the supplies to decorate it will be provided.
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Halloween Slime Party | Saturday
Slime flies when you’re having fun! Bring the kids for an afternoon customizing slime together. We’ll provide the supplies, including several colors of premade slime and a variety of mix-ins. Parent or guardian must remain on premises.
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Dinos After Dark 
Join us for Dinos After Dark on Saturday, October 20 and find out!
First, you’ll watch Night at the Museum on Alberta’s largest screen! Follow Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) on an epic adventure as he tries to contain the chaos that ensues when all the museum animals and artifacts spring to life!
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Haunted Pumpkin Festival at Prairie Gardens
The Haunted Pumpkin Festival at Prairie Gardens Adventure Farm, attracts families from across the nation to Edmonton’s countryside every fall! An autumn outing to the pumpkin patch and this charming month-long Halloween festival at a family pumpkin farm is an annual tradition. There’s been over 1 million guests to the farm have enjoyed the farm since 1956!
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Family Fun at 501 
Gallery @501 offers learning adventures and discoveries in art! This is a great way to get creative with your children, while focusing on fun and art. Price is per person, and all children must be registered with an adult (who also registers, attends and participates with the child). All supplies included. Every week is a new theme, and pre registration is required. It’s five dollars per person.
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Meet a Live Owl and Falcon
Dr. Gordon Court, Provincial Wildlife Status Biologist with Vinnie the Peregrine falcon & Colonel Slade the Barred owl Beaverhill Bird Observatory – BBO with Ray the Northern Saw-whet owl
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