Here we are, school starts tomorrow but there definitely isn’t a lack of things to do around Edmonton with the kids.
During the summer I started a weekly roundup of things to do with the kids, and I figured that with back to school I would try something new!
25 things to do around Edmonton with the kids in September
Tot Time at Mill Woods Town Centre – September 5th
Create a Pet Rock Monster, explore the various Monster themed sensory bins and activities, and more.
Cornfest – September 9th
Join the Marketplace at Callingwood for their 19th annual Cornfest. Enjoy hot buttered Taber corn, hay rides, petting zoo, fire truck tours and more.
Shop Outgrown it Sales – Various
A perfect way for you to find the items you need for your little ones for prices that won’t break the bank.
All you can eat cereal Party – September 9th
Enjoy classic cartoons that span from the 40’s-80’s all while enjoying an all you can eat sugary cereal. Oh, the memories!
Grandparents Day at Happy Acres – September 10th
Spend some quality time with your grandparents visiting with farm animals, enjoying the gardens and having fun.
Fitness at the Farmers’ Market – September 6th, 13th, & 20th
Join the free fitness classes offered every Wednesday until Sept 20th. All ages are welcome!
September 6 & 20 – Bootcamp / Circuit Training
September 13 – Zumba
Pasta in the Park – September 15th
Bring your picnic blankets and enjoy a free pasta dinner, as well as fun games and activities.
Call 780-471-3737 to register
EPCOR Riverfest – September 15th-17th
Check out the petting zoo, games & activities, explore the nature & science of the river valley, and many other family friendly activities in Edmonton, Devon, and Fort Saskatchewan.
Explore more Spray Parks around Edmonton – Until September 18th
Fingers crossed there will be a few more days where it is warm enough to run through the spray parks. (Isn’t it crazy to believe that in just over 2 weeks they will be off until next year?! Slow down life!)
FISE – September 15th-17th
Bring the family down to Hawrelak Park to watch BMX, skateboard, mountain bike, amateur competitions and more. There are over
Movie Under the Stars – September 15th
Watch Cars 3 at the Ellerslie Baptist Church. Activities scheduled to start at 6 pm and movie to start at sundown. Check out the many other movies taking place in September here.
Potter Pop-Up Shop – September 16th
Potter Yoga (by donation to the Edmonton Food Bank), grab a butter beer float, shop for wands and potions and more.
Movies for Mommies – Every second Wednesday
Back from summer break, Mom’s & Dad’s can watch the newest movies in a kid-friendly environment at West Edmonton Mall.
Take in an Edmonton Eskimos Game – Sept 9th & 30th
Grab your Family Huddle game tickets for $28.50-$29.50/ticket through your local Save On Foods.
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Summer time brought you many parks and other fun things to explore, and as we go into the Fall and Winter, there will be just as much and more!
KidZone at the Marketplace at Callingwood – September 20th
The Edmonton Valley Zoo will be visiting KidZone with some special animals and answering questions.
Free & cheap drop in activities – Various dates
A variety of fun activities that are offered throughout Edmonton. Activites include programs at the Edmonton Public Library, drop-in gymnastics, indoor play places, and many other places for kids to make new friends and have fun.
Join the Edmonton Rocks Group
Grab some markers or paint and decorate your own rocks to hide around Edmonton! When you do share it in the group.
Open Cockpit Day – September 23rd
Visit the Alberta Aviation Museum experience the museum’s iconic collection of historic aircraft from the pilot’s seat.
Red Fish Blue Fish Family Fling – September 23rd
Meet princess Belle and Spiderman, hop from local and handmade vendors
Super Kids at St.Albert Centre – September 28th
Kids are invited to bring their favourite stuffie for a Teddy Bear check-up and will receive a certificate of health after the check-up from AHS staff.
The Harlem Globetrotters – September 29th & 20th
A great event to attend with the family to watch amazing basketball skills and wizardry. This years tour debuts basketball’s first-ever 4-point line, a move that comes six years after the team unveiled the first 4-point shot in the history of the sport. Ticket prices start at $24/each.
Bannock & Borscht – September 30-Oct 1st
Enjoy Alberta Culture Days and celebrate Aboriginal & Ukrainian cultures at the Shumka Dance Centre.
Are there other family friendly events that are taking place in Edmonton that I missed or an event that you want to be added to my events calendar? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to have it added.