Have you recovered from Halloween yet? Are you ready for the time change Sunday? It’s likely going to be a quiet weekend for everyone with all the recent excitement, but if you’re looking for an outing, we have a few great ideas for you!
Skip making breakfast on Saturday morning and head to the Riverview Lions Club for pancakes, eggs, sausages, and more. Cost is $20 for a family of four; kids five and under are free, children are $5 and adults $7. Net proceeds will be donated to the Rebecca Schofield All World Super Play Park. Breakfast is served 8-11am.
Start your holiday shopping with Hillcrest School’s annual Handmade Holiday Bazaar. Dozens of awesome vendors will be set up in the gym from 9am until 2pm – and the jolly old man himself might make an early appearance!
Now’s the time to plan ahead for snowy weather; Poley Mountain’s annual Kids Rental Program lets you rent gear for children ages 12 and under for just $129.99 plus tax for the season. You can get fitted this weekend, or the next four Saturdays.
Woven Cultures is holding a workshop for children ages eight to 17 on Saturday afternoon at the Musée acadien. The goal of the event is to help young people embrace diversity and inclusion. This French/English event is free and no registration is required.
Saturday afternoon you can enjoy a few laughs as some of the region’s best high school improv talents take the stage at Bernice MacNaughton.
This week’s Cineplex Family Favourites feature is Puppy Star Christmas; just $2.99 a ticket!
Saturday morning at Resurgo Place you can take part in a Water Bottle Rocket Launcher workshop; cost is $5 and you get to bring home a launcher, along with the skills to make one. On Sunday, you can register for Sew Sew Sunday and learn to hem or shorten clothing.
The first Sunday of the month means it’s time for Minecraft at the Moncton library. Open to children ages six to 10; register in advance with the library.
Did you know that the first Sunday morning of the month is also family day at USVA Spa? A great chance to check out this local Nordic spa that’s usually adults-only! The cost is $15 per child, $35 per adult; there is a ratio of one child ages five to ten per adult or two children ages 10 and over per adult.
Love pugs? There’s a gathering at Riverview’s dog park on Sunday afternoon – including a costume contest!
Do you know someone expecting twins, triplets, or more? Be sure to let them know about the upcoming New & Expecting Parent Information Session hosted by Moncton Multiples. Chat with recent multiple parents to get insider tips on what to expect with more than one baby arriving at once.
Don’t forget: you can find many more ideas on our MEGA list of things to do with the kids, as well as our round up of indoor skating times available for families and preschoolers (many are free, others are very low cost!).