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Family Friendly Weekend Fun – This Weekend’s Round Up!

Yes it’s hot out but it shouldn’t keep you from getting out of the house for some weekend fun! Here are my picks and highlights you shouldn’t miss out on.

Saturday, July 23rd

Smurf Mania Hits Philadelphia at Comcast Center. From 11:30a – 1:30p Philadelphia families can celebrate Smurf Fever at Smurf-Tastic Saturday at the Market and Shops at Comcast Center. This free children’s party features face painting, and free samples of Smurf inspired food including blue smoothies and blue cheese tastings. Attendees can enter the Smurf Coloring Contest to win free passes to the Smurf Movie.

Fairy Tale Fun at Garden State Discovery Museum. Throughout the day, there will be crafts, stories and songs with a fairy tale theme. Free admission to any child dressed up as their favorite fairy tale character.

SMITH’s 112th Birthday Party. From 10a – 1p children ages 10 and under along with parents and caregivers will enjoy the Playground, play party games, crafts, raffle to win a SMITH birthday party and help celebrate SMITH’s birthday!

All Weekend Saturday – Sunday

Family Date Night at Little Treehouse: Parents Eat FREE. To celebrate winning Best Children’s Restaurant from Main Line Today, The Little Treehouse is offering “Parents Eat Free” running through August 15th. This special promotion allows parents one free entrée for each children’s meal purchased. This offer is good throughout the weekend. It cannot be combined with any other promotion or special event.



XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru. Join friends, family and the XPN community at the XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru at Wiggins Waterfront Park. Experience Kids Corner with the whole family on Saturday or Sunday. For more info visit http://www.xpn.org/concerts-events/festival11

Storybook Celebration Family Festival at Camden Children’s Garden. The Storybook Gardens come alive inside the many fairytale-themed exhibits at the Camden Children’s Garden. Join Camden Children’s Garden for book crafts and of course a reading of children’s classics. Visit the Giant’s Garden and plant your own magic beans to take home. Cool off at the concession stand. Tickets: $6. Children 2 and younger: Free.

For these events and more please visit my Events Calendar.

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