Category: Entertainment

My Girls Got to Attend the Coolest Mermaid Swimming Party – Check Out the Details on AquaMermaid School!

My girls got to attend the coolest Mermaid swimming party this weekend. AquaMermaid School in Edmonton hosts parties for kids (and adults! Ladies, get your goggles ready) where skilled instructors teach the students how to swim in Mermaid tails (which they provide for their lessons!). My girls were looking forward to this for weeks, had […]

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Kylie Jenner’s Video to Her New Baby Girl is the Cutest Mom Video I’ve Ever Seen. Watch it Here

Whether you actively follow the Kardashians (or Jenners) or not, you probably hear things about the family here and there anyway. I am not an avid Kardashian watcher, but I of course heard about Kylie’s suspected secret pregnancy on the radio, etc. She welcomed a baby girl on February 1 and this video was released […]

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Every Woman and Man Needs to Listen to Oprah’s 2018 Golden Globe Speech

I wouldn’t have expected anything less from this timeless icon. Oprah is amazing. I’m sure by now, you’ve all heard about her acceptance speech for the 2018 Cecil B. de Mille award at the Golden Globes. She is known to empower women, but this brought me to tears. The #metoo movement will not be forgotten, […]

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Track Santa on Christmas Eve with the Kids Online

Christmas Eve is only a couple of days away! Maximize the Christmas magic by using the NORAD Santa tracker! Just login using THIS LINK At the moment, the site is preparing for the very busy night that it’s website is about to see, but they go live on Christmas Eve! Good luck tracking Santa, don’t […]

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The Little Gym of Edmonton, Serious Fun for the Kids, Affordable for Parents

If you haven’t heard of the Little Gym of Edmonton, you need to check it out. Classes available for kids aged 4 months to 12 years. They have parent/child classes, dance, and affordable gymnastics! (They also do birthday parties!) Check out the Little Gym of Edmonton’s Winter camps for December 27-29, for ages 3-12. Three […]

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Register Your Kids in Something for the Winter – Strathcona County Winter Guide & Skating with Santa

Strathcona County Recreation Guide is now available to view online! Visit their website HERE. Sherwood Park/Strathcona county is not only infamous for amazing children’s programs including swimming, skating, wellness programs, visual arts, preschool programs, art classes, and various sports for all ages that you can’t really find anywhere else. But they are also notorious for […]

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Calling all Mermaid Lovers, Big and Small! Mermaid Classes & Mermaid Gifts <3

The Mermaid frenzy is on! We found some adorable gift ideas for Mermaid lovers, for children and adults, and of course, have the info on the Mermaid classes being offered right here in Edmonton! Become a Mermaid Classes or memberships are open for registration on the Aqua Mermaid website. Available for adults or children, and […]

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YES! One More Harry Potter Event Before Halloween – Edmonton & Area Cannot Get Enough This Year!

This year has been a busy one for the Edmonton area with Harry Potter events popping up all over the city. Sherwood Park is squeezing in one more before Halloween, which we think is great! The Strathcona County Art Gallery is hosting some family friendly Halloween events the last weekend of October, including a Harry […]

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Contest // Win Four Tickets to See the Sound of Music

The Hills are alive – and they’re coming to the Jubilee. As a child, this was one of my mother’s favourite movies; and we’ve watched it probably hundreds of times. As an adult, I know all the words, the story, the journey. It’s a classic, and as always, the rendition from Rodger’s and Hammerstein is […]

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Cirque du Soleil KURIOS Edmonton

CONTEST // Win a Family Pack of Tickets to Cirque du Soleil

On opening night, we brought the kids to see Cirque du Soleil’s KURIOS and it was incredible. Even more incredible, was watching the performance through their eyes, from the time they were on the edge of their seats during a literal balancing act, or having them commentate that ‘they could probably try that on their […]

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