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Sharing summer activities from your childhood

by Stacie Gaetz  

Keeping your kiddos entertained and avoiding hearing “Mom! I’m bored!” 1000 times a day doesn’t have to be difficult. In fact, you need look no further than the activities that kept you outdoors until the streetlights came on during your youth.



What's Up This Weekend?

Looking for fun things to do around town this weekend?

We've got tons of options for the whole family in all quadrants of the city. 


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Back to School Event at Country Hills Village Shopping Centre

What better way to wrap up an amazing summer and prepare for the new school year than at the Back to School Event at Country Hills Village Shopping Centre!

On Sunday, August 21st from 11am to 2pm, visit for a fun family event including food samples, free kids activities, and more amazing offers from their retailers. They'll also have giveaways, coupons and gift cards up for grabs! The Back to School Event is free of charge, and a perfect way to enjoy the last days of summer!



Asylum for Art

From the rhythm of our mother’s heartbeat, music is our first social interaction. All cultures have an oral tradition of song to teach our past and impart our values. The connections and mnemonic impressions for children in joining their voices and passions to the group are imperative to the development of their being.

At Asylum for Art, we feel that this journey first begins with you and your child together so they can enjoy the social dynamic of a group environment from the emotional safety of their caregivers' arms. As they grow and develop into the persons that they will become, we gradually move to independent classes and then eventually to the beginnings of formal music education. With a focus on the needs of the child, our musical play class has been created to enhance learning in a holistic approach.

 Visit for more information about the program!

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