Located in St. Albert at Lacombe Lake Park on McKenney Avenue. The event starts at 12:00pm and runs until 4:00pm. You can take the free park and ride from Bellerose High school, buses run every 10 minutes. The event is hosted by the St. Albert Firefighters Local 2130. There will be a kid’s firefighter obstacle course, petting zoo, pond hockey (bring your own stick), fire artist performance from 1:30pm-2:30pm, sleigh rides, an ice carver, fire trucks, food, and hot beverages, with more actives for your family to enjoy.
Located in Edmonton at 9810 103a Avenue enjoy free admission from 10:00am-5:00pm.
Check out 13 exhibits that are on right now from archaeology, indigenous studies, cultural communities, military, political history, western Canadian history, earth and life studies. There something for everyone to explore.
Located at Edmonton Garrison Fitness Center at the corner of Mons Ave & Rdg Rd 244, Lancaster Park. The event is free with a donation to the Edmonton Garrison Chapels Food Bank. There are fun attractions for the whole family. The festival is from 11:00am- 3:00pm.
Located at the Alberta Legislature Grounds from 11:00am – 4:00pm. Start off with the Lost in the Legislature History Hunt. Look for all kinds of entertainment including a sing along with Rattle and Strum, to Magic with Ron Pearson, Dan the One-Man Band, Storytime with Rocky the Ram, and A Lego Zone for the kids to enjoy. There are carnival games, crafts and snacks for sale at the Grandin Station/Government Center if you are taking the LRT.
Head to Laser City for some laser tag fun!! Located at 5104 67 Ave NW from 11:00am-7:00pm. It will cost you $5.00 a game per player ages 6 and up. If staying inside for your Family Day Laser City is the place.
Head to Hawrelak Park for a winter wonderland day of fun. From ice skating, sleigh rides, winter sports, live music, theatrical performances with more events to enjoy. Make sure to check out their website for times of each event running throughout the day.
Make sure to dress warm before heading out to the park. There is skating and snowshoeing, tobogganing, listen to live music and stay warm around the campfire. Enjoy a sleigh ride throughout the park. The end is from 12:00pm-4:00pm. Bring your own snacks or grab a treat at the Elk Island National Park Golf Course.
Enjoy, any one of these events to create a great day for your loved ones.
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