Weekend Wrap Up – February 9-10, 2019

Weekend Wrap Up – February 9-10, 2019
February 8, 2019 Amber Rohal

Winter is a fantastic time to try a new activity! This weekend offers so many ways to keep the kids entertained – both in the warm indoors and outside in the fresh air!

 

Saturday

 

Popping up in City of Burlington parks, tobogganing hills, and neighbourhood rinks through the winter. Pop Up n’ Play is a play experience where children can explore, create, imagine and play in their own way. Staff will provide materials to foster unstructured play that allows children to explore and use their imaginations.

 

Drop in and play at Duran Place for Kids – it’s a brand new spot, and your kids will love it! Mine did!

 

Ace Academy Flight Experience lets you pilot a First World War biplane using motion-sensing technology in this exciting interactive exhibit from the Canada Aviation and Space Museum.

 

Family Play Fit at Brant Hills – Drop into the gym to be active together as a family. Enjoy and enhance your child’s FUNdamental Movement skills by trying out our Physical Literacy stations at your own pace. Come back week after week to enhance your child’s skills.

 

STEAM starts with Science brings your kids some hands-on fun exploring science, technology, engineering, art, and math.

 

It’s Sat-art-day at the library! Grab your Friends and family and create some art using supplies from our loose parts table.

 

Visit the new Spiders Alive! exhibit at Royal Botanical Gardens! Explore amazing adaptations and behaviours of spiders and other many-legged creatures in two interactive exhibits and daily programs for all ages.

 

Home Depot has a great workshop for kids that will teach them about building. On Saturday, kids can learn how to build their very own Heart Candy Box.

 

The Michaels Kids Club is where your kids explore their creativity while you shop! Choose from two projects designed specifically for your little maker’s age range. Today the artists are making some Valentine-tastic photo frames.

 

Read more together! The library has multiple Story Time sessions happening today at a branch near you.

 

Don’t let winter keep you inside! Mountsberg Conservation Area invites you to join us on a horse-drawn sleigh ride through a winter wonderland.

 

What can you build at Library LEGO? Come create with our LEGO. Children 5 and under must bring an adult. Choose form a morning or afternoon session.

 

Cineplex’s $2.99 family favourite movies continue every Saturday at 11:00 a.m. It’s a fun and affordable way to enjoy time with your family and friends! This week the feature film is the family classic The Land Before Time.

 

Love to play basketball? Come practice your 3-pointer or work on your jump shot, youth can drop-in to shoot some hoops at Brant Hills Community Centre at 1 pm.

 

 

 

 

Sunday

 

Drop in and play at Duran Place for Kids – it’s a brand new spot, and your kids will love it! Mine did!

 

Visit the new Spiders Alive! exhibit at Royal Botanical Gardens! Explore amazing adaptations and behaviours of spiders and other many-legged creatures in two interactive exhibits and daily programs for all ages.

 

Don’t let winter keep you inside! Mountsberg Conservation Area invites you to join us on a horse-drawn sleigh ride through a winter wonderland.

 

Ace Academy Flight Experience lets you pilot a First World War biplane using motion-sensing technology in this exciting interactive exhibit from the Canada Aviation and Space Museum.

 

Open Family Gym – Drop into our open gym time for families. This is your opportunity to shoot some hoops, practice your shots, and get in a little active time with your family. Ages 5-12 with an adult.

 

Visit the Burlington Humane Society Bake Sale and select from a delicious array of cakes, cookies, tarts and sweets while supporting the animals at Burlington Humane.

 

Open Studio at the Art Gallery of Burlington – Drop into this family-friendly creative space where kids and parents are encouraged to tap into their artistic side!

 

Family Play Fit invites you to drop into the gym to be active together as a family. Enjoy and enhance your child’s FUNdamental Movement skills by trying out our Physical Literacy stations at your own pace.

 

Shiny Recreation Hockey – Supervised recreational hockey allows youth the opportunity to participate in a game of pick-up hockey.

 

 

Reminder: some activities require pre-registration, so be sure to avoid disappointment by calling ahead!

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