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January 2018: Fun things to do with kids in Thunder Bay

January 12, 2018

There’s more family fun to be had in Thunder Bay this January, both indoors and out! Here’s what’s going on for families on the weekends and the PD Day.

 

January 14

 

Winter FunDay: Snowshoeing, Marina Park

Stomp, stomp, stomp! Take the kids to give snowshoeing a try at Prince Arthur’s Landing—you can strap on a traditional wooden pair or ones with a modern aluminum frame. Free, 2-4pm. Inside at the Baggage Building Arts Centre, you can help make pom poms and other yarn-y fun for an upcoming “Yarnbomb” public art project. Free, 12-3pm.

More info www.thunderbay.ca

 

January 21

 

An Afternoon in the Tropics, Centennial Conservatory

Groove to live music, do kids’ activities and snack on refreshments in our own little tropical paradise at the Conservatory. Free, 2-4pm.

More info Friends of the Thunder Bay Conservatory on Facebook

 

Winter FunDay: FIS World Snow Day, Marina Park

Celebrate World Snow Day (yes, that’s a day) with fun indoor and outdoor kids’ activities. Free, 2-4pm.

More info www.thunderbay.ca

 

January 26

 

PD Day Activities, Thunder Bay Public Library

The library has got you covered if you’re looking for PD Day ideas: a Clifford puppet show at Brodie (10:30-11:15), Beach Party at County Park (2:30-3:30, registration suggested), The Spinning Fairy puppet show at MJLB (2:30-3:30) and a showing of The Princess Bride at Brodie (2:30-4:45).

More info www.tbpl.ca

 

January 27

 

Family Ski Day, Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park

If your family is into cross country skiing, join other parents and kids at the Kakabeka Falls trails for some group skiing on 15km of trails that range from easy to expert, and gather around the campfire too. BYO marshmallows. 10am-2pm. Trailhead access at Luckens Road.

More info www.ontarioparks.com

 

 

January 28

 

Winter FunDay: Dogsledding, Marina Park

Meet the pooches of Boreal Journeys Sled Dog Kennel and go for a real dogsled ride! Free, Noon-4pm (note extended hours). 

More info www.thunderbay.ca 

 

Don’t miss out on the fun! Follow www.tbaywithkids.ca on Facebook to get regular updates on what’s going on for families in Thunder Bay.

 

 

 

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