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What to do with the kids this weekend in Moncton (Oct 4-6)

Who’s ready for another action packed weekend? We’ve got all the information you need to make the most of your time with your family this weekend! Read on!

Want to head to a corn maze or apple u-pick? Check out out round up with all those details here. And don’t forget out MEGA LIST with all the local attractions listed!

Children in Grades 1 through 3 are invited to Tinker Time at the Riverview Public Library on Friday afternoons.

Interested in a new sport for your child? Check out the registration night for the East Coast Futsal League on Friday night!

The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada invites everyone to a free observation event at the Moncton High School observatory to examine the moon, Jupiter, and Saturn. (Event is weather permitting.)

Dieppe is offering extra activities to mark Wellness Week, including a chance to try the climbing wall at the Boys and Girls Club, introduction to scooter at Dieppe Youth House, free public skating, swimming, and more!

The $2.99 Family Favourites feature this week is The Muppets.

Breastfeeding mothers and supporters are invited to take part in the Breastfeeding Quintessence Challenge Saturday morning at CF Champlain. We see some great prizes up for grabs, along with an awesome list of folks taking part!

Saturday looks like a great day to spend downtown, groovin to some great tunes! Pickle Planet is proud to be supporting Mud City Fest’s Downtown Block Party! Head to Downtown Place (in front of Avenir Centre) for a free afternoon filled with live music, games, and activities. You can hear Jedi of Funk, Roxy & The Underground Soul Sound, Nebullama, Tampa, Julie Aubé, Mike Trask, Amy Stone & The Veneers and a very special performance from Greater Moncton Girls+ Rock Inc. The fun goes from 1-6pm, rain or shine. Come on out and enjoy!

Another great show for the family happening on Saturday is Fusion JAHA, an all ages show at the Moncton Wesleyan Centre that is sure to inspire and amaze everyone!

The New Brunswick African Association is holding its fourth NB AFRO FEST this weekend, with an opening gala, workshops, and a free family event on Sunday afternoon!

Saturday is the annual Fire Prevention Week Open House at Riverview Fire and Rescue. Enjoy a pancake breakfast, children’s activities (including bouncy castles and rides on Little Albert), and a BBQ.

Physiotherapist Eryn Matheson is leading a workshop at Close to the Heart on Saturday focusing on Postpartum: Pelvic Floor + Core Basics.

You can support a great cause on Saturday with the annual Ride for Refuge hosted by Youth Impact Jeunesse.

Don’t forget the opportunity to enjoy breakfast with the tigers at the Magnetic Hill Zoo!

Frozen fans might want to be sure to head to Chapters on Saturday at 11am for a fun event in the kids’ department with some special guest princesses!

The second annual Downtown Moncton ArtWalk takes place Saturday, with nearly two dozen downtown businesses displaying local artists’ work.

This Saturday is Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day at Kouchibouguac National Park, with fun challenges, prizes, and more. Register at 1pm at Pijeboogwek.

Looking for an activity for yourself? The School of Atlantic Ballet Atlantique Canada is holding a free trial Dance Fit Class to mark Wellness Week.

It’s the annual Halloween of Horrors III at Shediac’s Neptune Drive In Theatre, supporting the Greater Moncton SPCA on Saturday night. The movies are Monster House and The Shining.

Sunday at the Moncton Coliseum parking lot is the 8th annual Rhys’ Run, an event to honour William “Rhys” Perry, who died as an infant. There will be hot rods, custom cars, antique vehicles, a silent auction, and more, with all proceeds to The Moncton Hospital’s NNICU.

Sunday is also the CIBC Run for the Cure at Riverfront Park!

And if you have a little one who will be five by December 31, 2020, don’t forget about kindergarten registration coming up!

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