Kids in the Capital weekly playdates

Thank you to everyone who filled out our recent survey (it’s not too late to give us your feedback if you haven’t done so yet!)

We asked about what kind of get togethers people were interested in and the most popular answers was for weekday playdates.
36 : 365

A few of us have been having informal twitter playdates on Tuesday mornings and we’d like to formalize them into official Kids in the Capital playdates. (more information to be added for times as we closer, but timing should remain relatively the same)

15 : 365 The wanderer

Here is the schedule for the rest of the summer.  No need to officially rsvp but we’d love to know if you plan to come so we can look for you! We hope to see you there!

Tuesday July 20 – Children’s Garden, 9:30 am – noon

Tuesday July 27 – Brewer Park, 9:30 – noon

Tuesday August 3 –Brantwood Park LOCATION CHANGE DUE TO RAIN! Museum of Nature at 9:30am

Tuesday August 10 – Strathcona Park

Tuesday August 17 – NEW LOCATION St.Luke’s Park at Elgin and Frank from 9:30 to noon

Tuesday August 24 – Andrew Hayden Park

Rain date locations : Mini Port at Place d’Orleans, Kid Kaf, Cosmic (kind of expensive, but fun, and more central?), any other ideas? We will update this page if we decide to have a rain date location.  Following us on twitter is also a great way to know what’s going on. @kidsinthecapital @capitalmom @glidinglara

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8 responses to “Kids in the Capital weekly playdates

  1. I am excited to see everyone!

  2. I’m planning to come out tomorrow with the boys. Fun!

    Would you consider changing the week of Aug 24 to the Wednesday? I love Andrew Haydon, but Weds is my day off.

  3. krista

    Are you planning to continue into the fall? Would you consider other days of the week if you do?! (I work tues/wed)

  4. Vicky

    I think it would be really neat to check out some of the parks that people have been reviewing! How about a playdate at Big Bird Park (heh heh?)

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