Arts and Crafts

Camp IndigoKids (Family Fun Calgary)
Camp IndigoKids

Camp IndigoKids is online for summer 2021, with four weeks of games and activities and a special theme each week. Inspired by the best books and toys, the passionate camp counsellors at IndigoKids have put their brains together to craft four themed experiences, perfect for preschool and elementary school kids
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We Did It! Art Class (Family Fun Calgary)
We Did It! Andrea and Desiree’s Wild, Wacky, Western Art Class

Dust off the cowboy hats, boots, and crayons and mosey down to Andrea & Desiree’s stampede-themed art showdown! Using some basic art supplies, children will learn how to draw everyday objects that are commonly associated with the Calgary Stampede. This class on June 28, 2021, is perfect for kids between
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Easter Crafts (Family Fun Calgary)
The Ultimate Round-Up Of Kid-Friendly Easter Crafts and Activities

We might not get to do family dinners and special services for Easter this year, but there are still Easter egg hunts and chocolate and coloured Easter grass! Our Family Fun Edmonton site has this great article on alternative egg decorating, simple crafts, and fun games. Keep reading and celebrate
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Michaels (Family Fun Calgary)
Boredom Busters for Crafty Kids from Michaels!

“Mooooooooom, I’m boooooooored!” Stop right there! Do not pass go, do not collect $200 – head straight to Michaels.com and find inspiration for cool (and easy!) kids’ crafts! The Michaels “Projects” tab has how-to tips for crafters of all ages, but check out the section called Kids’ Crafts. There you’ll find
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Nature Kids Alberta (Family Fun Calgary)
Be a Nature Hero with Nature Kids Alberta

Help your kid become a nature hero! Kristi McGowan, the editor of Family Fun Edmonton, has discovered this cool Nature Kids program that guides kids ages 4 – 12 through 10 different nature activities. Take a look at how even Kristi’s 2-year-old twins got involved! From mountains to prairies, grasshoppers
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Christmas in the Country Art Sale Leighton (Family Fun Calgary)
Christmas in the Country Art Sale at Leighton Art Centre

Enjoy a whole lot of Christmas cheer in Alberta’s beautiful Foothills region! The Leighton Art Centre is featuring fine crafts and artwork by local artists in the galleries of the historic Leighton home and on the online shopping site (shop.leightoncentre.org) this November and December. This annual community-favourite sale comes in
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WP Puppet Pop Up (Family Fun Calgary)
Find Your Inner Puppeteer at WP Puppet Theatre’s Puppet Pop-Up Studio-NOW ON YOUTUBE!

WP Puppet Theatre’s Puppet Pop-Up Studio is a monthly puppet making and performing workshop offered on the third Saturday of each month (usually) at different locations in Calgary. The workshops actively promote all family members, youngsters and elders, in creating art and drama together and accommodate all skills and ages, with
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Michaels (Family Fun Calgary)
POSTPONED Craft Something Amazing with Michaels Make Break

MARCH 14 CANCELLED Michaels frequently has fun and inexpensive crafting projects for the whole family (3+)! You can read more about their Kids’ Club here, which takes place for kids on a Saturday morning while you shop. Similar to the Kids’ Club, Michaels also runs Make Break, for kids of
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Michaels Kids' Club (Family Fun Calgary)
POSTPONED Michaels Kids’ Club: Your Kids Can Craft for Only a Few Bucks on Saturday Mornings!

  MARCH 14 CANCELLED Let your kids explore their creativity while you shop for fun crafty stuff to take home! Kids 3 and up can enjoy a quick project and take home a finished masterpiece. Sign up in-store or online, or just drop in. Only $3 per child reserves 30
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Contemporary Calgary (Family Fun Calgary)
Contemporary Calgary

Contemporary Calgary is an art gallery and contemporary art museum that has transformed an iconic Calgary landmark into a world-class destination for modern art. Calgarians can engage with the art of our times through exhibitions, speakers, and outreach and education programs. Kids under 12 years old are free. See featured
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