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ULTIMATE Guide to Edmonton and Area Summer Camps

Posted on: May 17, 2021

Whether you’re looking for day camps that offer fun, creativity, or education – the Edmonton area has plenty of great options for kids looking for an awesome way to spend their summer vacation. Here are our favourites in this Family Fun Edmonton Ultimate Guide to Summer Camps! Featured – TELUS
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Dance Hard, Play Hard at Shumka Summer Dance Camps

Posted on: May 17, 2021

Shumka Summer Dance Camps are unlike any other experience. For a week this summer, your child will be immersed in a Ukrainian cultural experience full of unparalleled dance instruction, traditional summer camp activities, and the opportunity to make new friends. Whether your child is just beginning their Ukrainian dance experience
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Edmonton and Area Farmers Markets (Year Round)

Posted on: May 16, 2021

Not every market closes once the cold sets in! Visit these Edmonton and Area Farmers Markets year round to keep eating fresh and local all year long! (or click HERE to see our list of Seasonal Farmers’ Markets). Plus, many of the markets now offer curbside pick-up so you can
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RedTail Landing Putting Course & Driving Range

Posted on: May 14, 2021

Introduce your family to golf or get some extra practice swings in with your junior golfers at RedTail Landing Putting Course. You’ll enjoy putting practice on this challenging natural grass putting course that’s designed like a golf course with fairways, bunkers and water features but on a smaller scale. Unique
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Live the Dinosaur Dream at Jurassic Forest

Posted on: May 14, 2021

Jurassic Forest has life-sized and realistic dinosaurs models set in an old growth forest with 2 kms of discovery trails. Visitors can see their favorite dinos like Stegosaurus, Triceratops and of course Tyrannosaurus Rex set in the woods much like they may have been seen 65 million years ago. You
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Hi-Yah! Calling all Code Ninjas for Summer Camp

Posted on: May 14, 2021

Hi-Yah! Calling all ninjas. It’s time to sign up for summer training in the dojo. This ninja training isn’t a secret. No, this is Code Ninjas Summer Camp and kids ages 5-14 with all levels of coding experience are invited to join! Summer camps at Code Ninjas dojos stretch your
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Awesome Kid Friendly Activities To Do in Edmonton This Weekend! (May 14 – 16)

Posted on: May 14, 2021

Spring has FINALLY sprung! There are only a small amount of official events happening this weekend, but you can still head outside to enjoy all the green to be found! Check out our guide for things to do in Edmonton this weekend, May 14 – 16, 2021. (When you’re out
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Discover Hidden Gems at Whitemud Creek Mining Company

Posted on: May 13, 2021

A new attraction is company to Edmonton: Whitemud Creek Mining Company! Kids of all ages will love using the mining sluice to sift through bags of sand and discover gems, fossils, and other treasures! What’s a “sluice”? It’s the trough of water you use to wash the rough away to
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Wholly Handmade Summer Shopping

Posted on: May 11, 2021

Shopping for unique items and supporting local artisans and crafters isn’t just for Christmastime. Grab your wallet and head on out to the Strathcona County Community Centre to peruse items from 60 vendors at the Wholly Handmade Market on June 5 & 6, 2021. You’ll find beautiful wreaths, hand-carved candlesticks,
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An Excellent Day-Trip: Play & Learn at Granary Road Park

Posted on: May 8, 2021

Fun for toddlers and teens alike, Granary Road boasts 36 acres of fun and adventure at their Play & Learn Park. It is a 3.5 hour drive from Edmonton, but totally worth it! There are 11 different interactive exhibits to explore, which gives you plenty to do for a full
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