Tag: Free activities

Science Saturday: Plant Power!

| May 27, 2018
Science Saturday: Plant Power!

Explore the power of plants through games, hands-on activities, crafts and more!

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Science Saturday: Plant Power!

| May 20, 2018
Science Saturday: Plant Power!

Explore the power of plants through games, hands-on activities, crafts and more!

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Flagstaff Train Day

| May 13, 2018
Flagstaff Train Day

Join the Visitor Center Staff and train aficionados for a day of train-related family activities including live music, games, displays of railroad items, a Kids Depot, local artists and raffles.

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Flagstaff Train Day

| May 6, 2018
Flagstaff Train Day

Join the Visitor Center Staff and train aficionados for a day of train-related family activities including live music, games, displays of railroad items, a Kids Depot, local artists and raffles.

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Flagstaff Train Day

| April 29, 2018
Flagstaff Train Day

Join the Visitor Center Staff and train aficionados for a day of train-related family activities including live music, games, displays of railroad items, a Kids Depot, local artists and raffles.

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Children’s Music & Arts Festival

| August 12, 2017
Children’s Music & Arts Festival

City of Flagstaff Recreation Services is proud to present the Tenth Annual Flagstaff Children’s Music and Arts Festival on Saturday, August, 19th from 10:00am – 2:00pm at the newly remodeled east side of Bushmaster Park (3150 N Alta Vista). Voted 2009’s Most Outstanding Cultural Event from Arizona Parks and Recreation Association, this family-friendly event includes an instrument petting zoo, dance performances, and tons of painting, coloring and crafts throughout the afternoon. ALL activities are FREE!

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Family Holiday Tips and Traditions from PBS

| December 10, 2015
Family Holiday Tips and Traditions from PBS

Parents often lose themselves amid the chaos of preparing for the holidays. All too often, the stress can stay with you long after the guests leave and the last new gift is put away. If you tend to equate the holidays with cursing traffic at the mall, why not take a new approach this year? Here are five things you can do to create meaningful traditions and ideas to mix quality time with learning that your children will appreciate more than any stocking stuffer.

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