Polar Express Movie Night
*Cancelled due to Covid-19* Polar Express Movie Night at Boot Scootin’ Boogie Dancehall

***Due to Covid-19, this event has been cancelled. Do you believe? Can you still hear the Christmas bells? Come on out for a viewing of a classic Christmas movie: The Polar Express. Boot Scootin’ Boogie Dancehall invites you to join them in your favorite Christmas pjs for their 2nd annual
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Ripley's Believe it or Not
*Closed due to Covid-19* The Science of Ripley’s Believe It or Not at TELUS World of Science Edmonton

***Closed due to Covid-19. Believe it or not, the next feature gallery to take up residence at the TELUS World of Science Edmonton is going to stretch the limits of what you think is really possible. Visit the Science of Ripley’s Believe It or Not at the Science Centre from
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Indoor Playgrounds in Edmonton
Family Fun Edmonton Ultimate Guide to Indoor Playgrounds

Too cold? Too windy? Too wet? Too hot? (no really, it happens!) for spending an extended time on the playground? Fear not, weary parents – it’s the Family Fun Edmonton ULTIMATE Guide to Indoor Playgrounds! Keep this guide handy for when you need to get away from the great outdoors!
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Clip N Climb Edmonton
A New Twist on Climbing at Clip N Climb Edmonton

It’s a new twist on climbing in our city – quite literally! Clip ‘n Climb Edmonton offers a unique and family-friendly climbing facility unlike any other! The popular chain offers locations in a number of other Canadian cities and around the world and they’ve brought their bright, colourful climbers to
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Live the Dinosaur Dream at Jurassic Forest

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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The Ickabog
Read (and Help Illustrate) J.K. Rowling’s New Book “The Ickabog”

Author J.K. Rowling, best known for the “Harry Potter” series, is releasing her first children’s book in several years – and best of all, readers all over the world can access “The Ickabog” for FREE online. The book will be released a chapter or two at a time starting May
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Royal Alberta museum open again
Royal Alberta Museum is Open Again! What You Need To Know

The Royal Alberta Museum is open again after being closed by the COVID-19 pandemic – But before you visit, there are a few things you need to know! The Children’s Gallery remains closed to visitors. Other interactive, hands-on exhibits are also closed throughout the museum. Visitors are being limited to
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Online DIY Science Experiments With TWOSE

The TELUS World of Science in Edmonton (TWOSE) is temporarily closed while taking precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. However, they haven’t forgotten about their loyal community and have worked hard to bring you some awesome online content! Every day you can head to their social media channels or
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covid rock creatures mill creek ravine
Find the Covid Rock Creatures in Mill Creek Ravine

Here’s an Edmonton River Valley adventure your kids will love! Anonymous artists have been stashing colourful, painted rocks throughout Mill Creek Ravine South! Take the kids for a stroll through this lovely part of the River Valley and see how many Covid Rock Creatures you can spot! Or, make your
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Mothers Day Printables mastermind
Mother’s Day Printables from Mastermind Toys

Mother’s Day will be here before you know it, and since you can’t just run last minute to the card shop this year, Mastermind Toys is helping you stay ahead of the game! Their website has a series of printable pictures kids can fill out and colour to give to
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