What to do in Edmonton this Weekend (With Kids) | November 8-10

WHAT TO DO ON FRIDAY Family Movie Night in the Community Hall: SING  Come on out to Inglewood Hall (12525 116 Ave NW, Edmonton) and join us for FREE Family Movie Night! We will be playing Sing! Watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m37yG_7UXRM Remember to bring your own cushions and blankets to cuddle up on. All […]

WHAT TO DO ON FRIDAY

Family Movie Night in the Community Hall: SING 

Come on out to Inglewood Hall (12525 116 Ave NW, Edmonton) and join us for FREE Family Movie Night! We will be playing Sing! Watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m37yG_7UXRM Remember to bring your own cushions and blankets to cuddle up on. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Refreshment such as popcorn, juice and candy will be for sale on location. PJs are optional!

See Beauty and the Beast – LIVE (Until November 16) 

Be our Guest! Celebrate the 25th anniversary of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast with Foote in the Door Productions. We are proud to present as part of our 6th season, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, based on the Academy Award Winning film and nominated for nine Tony Awards.
The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed into his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity.

WHAT TO DO ON SATURDAY

Home Depot Kids Workshop 

FREE Hands-on Workshops designed for children ages 5 – 12. Held on the 2nd Saturday of each month at all The Home Depot stores. Each child can bring home a newly constructed project, an achievement pin and certificate.

Try the Hottest Toys of the Season 

Play, test and demo these super cool toys from our carefully selected Top 40 Toys of the season at your local Toys R Us store on Saturday and Sunday. Some of the toys kids can play with include: Myla the Magical Unicorn, Hot Wheels Super 6-Lane Raceway, Orb Slimy Unicorn Icecreamz, Cool Maker Go Glam Nail Stamper,  Might Twins 2-in-1 Power Split Vehicle*Exclusive to Toys”R”Us, L.O.L. 2-in-1 Glamper,  Wonder Builders Around Town Starter Kit, Barbie Dreamtopia Magical Lights Unicorn and Doll, Big Bow Surprise Rainbowcorn, Boppi the Booty Shakin’ Llama.

Decorate a Miniature Tree at Michaels 

On Saturday, November 9 you can drop into Michaels for some Crafty FUN! The miniature tree and the supplies to decorate it will be provided. These make break activities are a fun drop in during the afternoon, and come without the expensive costs of crafts – because the supplies are included!

Cheap Movie: See Dora and the Lost City of Gold for $2.99

Cineplex Family Favourites are knocking it out of the park this season with movies that our kids want to see! Movies are weekly, on Saturday, at your local theatre and are $2.99/ticket. It’s an inexpensive way to bring the kids to the movies and see family favourites!

WHAT TO DO ON SUNDAY

Landmark Cinemas Kids Day Out 

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

Upcycle Build Party at Telus World of Science 

This event is FREE for members or included with your daily science centre admission. At the Upcycle Build Party you can connect conservation and creativity, making art or decor from recycled and reused materials to decorate The Science Garage. The Science Garage will close temporarily following the long weekend in order to be re-imagined, so you’re invited to help send this gallery off in style!

WHAT TO DO ON MONDAY

Attend a Local Remembrance Day Ceremony

Attend a local Remembrance Day ceremony with the kids. There are ceremonies all around the city to attend. It’s the chance to open the conversation about what Remembrance Day means to children. There are ceremonies all around the city for families to take part in.

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