Discover the Dinosaurs Unleashed

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Looking to have a roaring good time with your little dinosaurs, then be sure to check out Discover the Dinosaurs Unleashed coming to Southern California this April. Enjoy everything Dino when this event comes to Costa Mesa at the OC Fair and Event Center on April 1st and 2nd. There is plenty of Dino themed activities to keep your children busy for the day, from Dino digs, a scavenger hunt, photo opportunities, Dino rides,a Dino raceway and more!

When
April 1 -April 2, 2017

Where
OC Fair and Event Center
88 Fair Dr
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Tickets
General Admission (Adults and Children) $15.00 (Seniors are $12)
T-rex Ticket Package (Ages 2-12) $39.00 -This package includes general admission plus face paint, fossil find bag, green screen photo, drawstring backpack and a speedy-saurus fast pass.
Children under 2 years are free with paid adult.
Visit discoverthedinosaurs.com to purchase your tickets ahead of time

Enjoy the prehistoric fun and check out this event before it goes extinct.

Cruzin Mama

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Promenade Temecula Summer Kids Club

Promenade Temecula Summer Kids Club

Promenade Pals Free Kids Events

Promenade Pals is starting again, this is free kids workshops that can be a craft, games, and more. Promenade Pals is held on Wednesdays during the summer break at 11am. The kick off event is tomorrow June 17th at 11am in the Picnic Plaza. The free summer kick off will feature a build you own kite craft, games and kona ice!

Also back this year is the Hello Kitty search and find, where you search for the Hello Kitty hidden around the mall and once found you will receive a prize. This year the prize is a button series, so remember to find her each week to collect the whole series (7 buttons in all).

Sign up now at PromenadeTemecula.com/info/KidsClub

Promenade Pals 2015 Schedule

  • June 17thSummer Kick Off :Build your own Kite, Games and Kona Ice 11am to 1pm
  • June 24thBuild a Birdhouse 11am to 1pm
  • July 8thMatching Bandanas for you and your four legged friend 11am to 1pm
  • July 15thMake and bake Pretzel from Wetzels 11am to 1pm
  • July 22ndPaint and take a mini Sail Boat 11am to 1pm
  • July 29thMask Making :Show off your Alter Ego 11am to 1pm
  • August 5thGlow in the Dark Slime Make and Take 11am to 1pm

*Be sure to check out your local mall to see what events they have going on this summer!*

Have a fun trip to the mall!

Cruzin Mama

Disney Store Summer Play Days

Images courtesy of Disney

Images courtesy of Disney

Summer Play Days are back at the Disney Store!

Be sure to stop by the Disney Store and check out their free Summer Play Days events this summer. The fun starts this Saturday June 6th with a very special Inside Out event! Come and show your emotions with the gang from Inside Out (this event will continue on Saturdays throughout June). Summer Play Days are fun free events put on by the Disney Store, kids can learn to draw, answer trivia, take part in an interactive story time, and much more. During Summer Play days your child is given a lanyard to wear and to collect the Summer Play Days weekly pin. *Lanyard and pins only available for a limited time and quantities are limited*

2015 Summer Pin Schedule

Summer Play Days weekly pins

My kid's lanyard so far!

My kid’s lanyard during last years Summer Play Days!

Bonus Pins!

Make sure to also go to the Mike’s Trivia Challenge events. After completing the trivia challenge your child receives an extra pin! There are different pins to collect at each trivia challenge so you will want to try to attend a few of these as well.

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Play Day Events

  • Inside Out– *Details coming soon*
  • Showtime – Interactive play with a Disney character on the stores big screen
  • Mike’s Trivia Challenge Learn Disney Trivia, then test your knowledge
  • Star Wars Jedi training Academy, learn to use a light saber and help the Rebels
  • Marvel – Avengers Assemble, learn different Avenger’s moves and become an honorary member, design your own Captain America shield, these are just a few of the Marvel events
  •  The Art of Animation – Learn to draw a character just like a Disney Animator

 

Swimming and chatting with Crush during a Showtime event. Very similar to Turtle Talk featured at Disney California Adventure.

Swimming and chatting with Crush during a Showtime event. Very similar to Turtle Talk featured at Disney California Adventure.

Nemo snorkel masks and lanyards on for Showtime Summer Play Day event.

Nemo snorkel masks and lanyards on for Showtime Summer Play Day event.

Learning how to draw frog version of Prince Naveen.

Learning how to draw the frog version of Prince Naveen.

We absolutely loved the Play Day events at Disney Store last year, I highly recommend attending a few this summer. Click here to find a store nearest you. 

Have a blast!

Cruzin Mama

Earth Day Events April 22nd-26th

Earth Day

Happy Earth Day!

Today we celebrate one of the greatest gifts, our planet! We must all do our part to keep out planet in good shape. The little things can make a big impact and they can be as simple as picking up after yourself at parks, beaches, or just anywhere. Recycling items in designated recepticales and reuse scrapes and materials when crafting. Turning off electronics when not in use and lights when you leave a room. One of the easiest ways to save water is to turn off the faucet when brushing your teeth! All of these examples can make a positive impact on our environment.

My family is a very outdoors family so we always try to do our part and not leave waste/trash behind. My kids are able to enjoy so much here in Southern California whether it’s the beach, a nature center, a park or the mountains. In helping to keep these areas clean we are helping to preseve them for others to enjoy. Along with the tips above there are some great events going on in celebration of Earth Day!

San Diego

  • UCSD Earth Week
    Daily events at UC San Diego to celebrate Earth Day.
    April 20th-24th
    Cost: Free
    sustainability.ucsd.edu
  • San Diego Museum of Art in Full Bloom
    Art Alive is the museum’s annual floral exhibition. The exhibition features more than 100 floral interpretations of famous art works. The event features some fun family-friendly Garden Activites such as a Museum-wide flower hunt, children’s reading area and a variety of art crafts.
    April 24-26th
    Cost: Free for members, $20 for non-members
    sdmart.org
  • San Diego Natural History Museum Forest Fun Family Day
    An in depth look at forests and animals and plants that inhabit them. Family-friendly crafts and activities that celebrate the forest. Also be sure to stop by the exhibit Water: A California Story and learn about water conservation and ways to help during this drought.
    April 25th 11am to 3pm
    Cost: Included with Museum admission
    sdnhm.org
  • Spring Garden Festival in El Cajon
    The Spring Garden Festival at Cuyamaca College is a family-friendly spring festival that features fun progress, exhibitors, demonstrations and resources for gardening.
    April 25th 9am-3pm
    Cost: Free
    cuyamaca.edu
  • Maritime Museum Earth Day on the Bay
    The first annual Earth Day on the Bay will be this Sunday in the Port of San Diego near the Maritime Museum. This event includes FREE admission to the Maritime Museum as well. The event features interactive displays, photo ops, food vendors, interaction with Marine Wildlife, and $5 bay cruises.
    April 26th 10am-4pm
    Cost: Free
    sdmaritime.org

Orange County

  • Pretend City Childrens Museum Celebrate Arbor Day!
    A fun day celebrating trees! Complete with storytimes,arts and crafts and fun little science experiments.
    April 24th 10am-4pm
    Cost: Included with Museum admission
    pretendcity.org
  • Tustin Earth Day Celebration
    Celebrate Earth Day at the District at Tustin Legacy. Earth Day inspired food sampling, music, giveaways, contests, and more!
    April 25th 12pm-3pm
    Cost: Free
    thedistricttl.com
  • Newport Bay Conservancy Earth Day at the Bay
    25th Annual Earth Day at the Bay. Live music, scavenger hunts, arts and crafts, presentations, environmental movies and more.
    April 25th 10am-3pm
    Cost: Free
    newportbay.org
  • Aquarium of the Pacific Earth Day Festival
    Going on both Saturday and Sunday is the Earth Day Festival. Learn how to help protect our oceans and the rest of the planet. Hands-on learning demonstrations perfect for all ages.
    April 25th & 26th
    Cost: Included with General Admission
    aquariumofpacific.org
  • Land of Nod Spring Garden Show
    The Land of Nod located at South Coast Plaza will be hosting a fun spring event on both Saturday and Sunday. There will be arts and crafts, storytimes, Jurrasic Parties(Saturday only), balloon sculptures, and the Santa Ana Zoo Mobile(Sunday only).
    April 25th & 26th
    Cost: Free
    springgardenshow.com

Let’s all do our part and keep our home beautiful!

Cruzin Mama

Beach Fun

Dr. Seuss Birthday Events!

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

March 2nd is the beloved children’s authors birthday. And there are so many events and ways to help celebrate! So I thought I should share them.

Dr. Seuss Birthday Events

Events

    • Lakeshore LearningSaturday February 28th, 11am to 3pm come craft, enjoy storytime, and play! Click here to see more info.
    • White Park/Dales Senior Center(Riverside)Hats Off to Dr Seuss is a special event happening Monday March 2nd from 11am to 1pm. Celebrate the day with a special brunch and donate a new or gently used book to children in need.
    • Barnes and Noble – Come to a very fun storytime on March 7th at 7pm (make to verify event details with your local store). There will also be activities featuring The Cat in the Hat, Oh,The Places You’ll Go!, and Green Eggs and Ham.
    • San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum – The Children’s Discovery Museum located in Escondido will be hosting a Read Across America Event on March 2nd from 10am to Noon. This program is apart of the museums KPBS Kids Workshops that are offered at the museum. The event features a Dr Seuss themed storytime with a special Character guest, who will also be giving away Dr. Seuss books.
    • UCSD Library – not only does the library hold many original works of Theodor Seuss Geisel(Dr. Seuss) there is as well as sketches and drawings for his unpublished projects now there. The library is closed March 2nd in observance of his birthday but will be hosting a party on March 3rd at Noon.

Ingenious! The World of Dr. Seuss

Places to Visit

  • Local Library – stop by your local library and read the classic stories. Also check to see of the library is hosting any special events. My local library is all decorated with Dr Seuss’ famous characters and quotes.
  • UCSD Library – as mentioned above the UCSD library is home to many of Seuss’ original works as well as sketches and drawings of his unpublished works.
  • Ingenious! The World of Dr. Seuss – this is a special exhibit on display at the San Diego History Center until December 31, 2015. Step into the world of Dr. Seuss and enjoy some fun family activities.

Cat in the Hat paper plate mask

At Home Fun!

Here are some fun ideas to celebrate in your own way at home.

      • Dress up! – why not make the day a Storybook Character dress up day. It’s a great way to see who your child’s favorite storybook character is and to encourage learning in a fun way.
      • Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast – have a very fun and creative breakfast inspired by the Seuss classic. There are plenty of recipes on Pinterest if help is needed.
      • Read-A-Thon – read as many Seuss classics as you can or just as many books as you can. Make it a fun game with a little prize/reward. This will encourage your child to read more and makes learning fun.
      • Go to Seussville – this is a great place to find Dr Seuss inspired activities, games, videos, and printables. Visit Seussville by going to seussville.com

Have a great time celebrating!

Cruzin Mama

*Also be sure to check out the never-before-seen new picture book by Dr. Seuss What Pet Should I Get.*

The New Book from Dr. Seuss

Weekend Events: October 25-26th

Since this month seems to have so many fun events happening on the weekends I decided to put this weekends events all in one post ;)

San Diego County

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Balboa Park Halloween Family Day

Sunday October 26th is Halloween Family Day at Balboa Park. Many Museums and even the Zoo will be participating in this fun event. There will be creepy crafts, spooky storytelling, costume contests and parades, mini-carnival games and much more. Check out the Air and Space Museum’s annual rooftop pumpkin drop. The fun is from 11am to 3pm. Click here to see the days schedule and a full list of participating museums and activities.

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Old Town’s Fall Festival

Head down to San Diego’s historic Old Town this Saturday October 25th for a fun Fall Festival. Come down from 12pm to 4pm and check out the kids crafts and activities. Many merchants will also have special activities going on. It’s also just a great chance to explore Old Town if you have never gone before. Old Town is not only filled with quant shops but also much history. The famous Whaley House is open for ghostly tours for anyone who is brave enough. There are many FREE historic buildings and houses to visit as well.

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Point Loma Nazarene University Fall Festival

PLNU is hosting their annual Fall Festival this Saturday October 25th from 10am to 2:30pm. This is a FREE fun family event featuring crafts and activities for kids, pumpkin patch, petting zoo, face painting, carriage rides and much more. Don’t miss out on the live “Cinderella” show presented by the Point Loma Opera Theatre. The event will close with an Ice Cream Social and prize drawings.

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Sea World’s Halloween Spooktacular

Not only is Sea World offering kids 9 and under FREE entrance with paid adult the whole month of October, there is also their Halloween Spooktacular going on. Halloween Spooktacular is going on every weekend until the end of October and is FREE with entrance. There is photo ops with wacky characters, silly spooky fun shows, and kids can come in their costumes to trick-or-treat throughout the park. Don’t forget to check out all the Kids Free deals being offered at Sea World as a part of Kidvasion.

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San Diego Zoo Beast Treats and More

All October long the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park (located in Escondido) are offering kids ages 11 and under FREE admission. There is also some fun Halloween inspired fun going on at the Zoo every weekend this month. Guests are encouraged to look for special “Beast Treats” signs throughout the park to see some very special treats given to enrich the animals. Be sure to check out Dr. Zoolittle’s Gross, Icky, Yucky Bug Show Saturdays and Sundays at 12:30pm and 1:30pm. Or if you’re really brave why not spend the night amongst creepy critters with the Zoo’s Spooky Sleepover. The last Spooky Sleepover is only on October 25th, taking place from 4:00pm until 9:00am the cost is $139 per person. Kids Free to the Zoo is apart of Kidvasion happening all over San Diego this October.

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Balboa Park Kids Free

Museums all over San Diego are participating in Kids Free this October as a part of Kidvasion. Many of those Museums are located right in Balboa Park. Not only are kids free but there are also some great Halloween type themes going on throughout the museums going on for a limited time. Click here to find out which museums are participating in Kidvasion and to get your coupon for their free entrance.

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Boomont Park

Frighteningly-Fun happening every weekend in October at Belmont Park. This is great Halloween fun for the whole family as Belmont Park has been transformed into Boomont Park.

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Pumpkin Express

The Pumpkin Express is leaving the Station this weekend at The Pacific Southwest Railway Museum in Campo. The Great Pumpkin is waiting to take you his pumpkin patch. Train fares range from $5-$15. Your ticket includes an hour long ride on the train, a tour of the Haunted Train, and each child gets to pick out their own pumpkin to decorate. There are three train departures a day, Pumpkin Express remaining dates are October 25th and 26th. Be sure to make your reservations ahead of time as departure times do tend to sell out.

San Diego North County

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Brick-or-Treat at Legoland

This is the last weekend to attend Legoland’s Brick-or-Treat with it’s Party Nights. My family had a great time at this event and you can read a full review with tips on how to make have a blast by clicking here. Brick-or-Treat’s last days are October 25th and 26th, with the Party Nights beginning at 5pm and ending with Fireworks at 9pm.  Bring your kids in their costumes to party and trick-or-treat through Legoland. Click here to purchase your tickets now to save time at entrance.

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San Diego Botanic Garden
Fall Festival

Come check out the Family Fall Festival at the San Diego Botanic Garden this Saturday October 25th. The Festival is included with admission to the Botanic Garden. There is FREE entrance to the Garden and Festival for children 12 and under (they also are allowed FREE entrance to the Garden all the rest of Ocotber as a part of Kidvasion San Diego).  The Festival will feature a petting zoo,  crafts, hay wagon rides, costume parade, live entertainment, pumpkin carving and much more. The Garden already has two great children’s areas and is just a gorgeous place to take a day out to.

Riverside County

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Riverside Fall Safety Fair

The Riverside Police Department is hosting a Fall Safety Fair this Saturday October 25th from 10am to 2pm in the Sam’s Club parking lot. The first 50 families will receive a FREE pumpkin. There will be carnival games, booths and demonstrations on safety from many local emergency response departments. Raceway Ford will also be conducting FREE test drives on a special closed course. For each test drive Raceway Ford will donate $20 to the Riverside Police Foundation.

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Downtown Ghost Walk

The annual Ghost Walk returns to Riverside this weekend presented by California Riverside Ballet. This is a fun event for the whole family there is a cost of $15 per ticket for specialized ghost tours. There is six spooktacular tour options to choose from. Enjoy live music and entertainment, kids carnival games, food vendors and spooky souvenir stands. The fun starts Friday the 24th at 6pm and goes on until 10pm. Or check out the haunting fun on Saturday the 25th from 6pm to 11pm.

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Pumpkin Train

The Orange Empire Railway Museum great fall tradition is returning this weekend! Come to the station and take a special ride on a trolley to the pumpkin patch where kids can pick and decorate their own pumpkin. In addition to the trolley ride there will be a bounce house, games, bubble wands, train decorating, storytelling and other child-sized train rides. Come dressed up in your costumes and enter the costume contest! The Pumpkin Train is in the station October 25th and 26th. Tickets range from $7-$18 and the trains and trolleys run from 10am to 4pm.

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Temecula Greek Festival

Come celebrate Greece this weekend in Old Town Temecula at the Greek Festival. The Festival is on Saturday the 25th from 10am to 9pm and again on Sunday the 26th from 11am to 8pm. Admission is only $2 and children ages 12 and under are FREE! Enjoy live Greek music, authentic foods and drinks and there will be a special children’s game area. Plus a FREE door prize drawings.

Ongoing Events

There are quite a few fun little events that are continually going on during the weekends. Here are some great free fun ones.

Hope this list helps in having a fun-filled weekend!

Cruzin Mama

Weekend Events: October 18-19th

Since this month seems to have so many fun events happening on the weekends I decided to put this weekends events all in one post ;)

San Diego County

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Sea World’s Halloween Spooktacular

Not only is Sea World offering kids 9 and under FREE entrance with paid adult the whole month of October, there is also their Halloween Spooktacular going on. Halloween Spooktacular is going on every weekend until the end of October and is FREE with entrance. There is photo ops with wacky characters, silly spooky fun shows, and kids can come in their costumes to trick-or-treat throughout the park. Don’t forget to check out all the Kids Free deals being offered at Sea World as a part of Kidvasion.

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San Diego Zoo Beast Treats and More

All October long the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park (located in Escondido) are offering kids ages 11 and under FREE admission. There is also some fun Halloween inspired fun going on at the Zoo every weekend this month. Guests are encouraged to look for special “Beast Treats” signs throughout the park to see some very special treats given to enrich the animals. Be sure to check out Dr. Zoolittle’s Gross, Icky, Yucky Bug Show Saturdays and Sundays at 12:30pm and 1:30pm. Or if you’re really brave why not spend the night amongst creepy critters with the Zoo’s Spooky Sleepover. The Spooky Sleepover is only on October 18th and 25th, taking place from 4:00pm until 9:00am the cost is $139 per person. Kids Free to the Zoo is apart of Kidvasion happening all over San Diego this October.

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Balboa Park Kids Free

Museums all over San Diego are participating in Kids Free this October as a part of Kidvasion. Many of those Museums are located right in Balboa Park. Not only are kids free but there are also some great Halloween type themes going on throughout the museums going on for a limited time. Click here to find out which museums are participating in Kidvasion and to get your coupon for their free entrance.

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Boomont Park

Frighteningly-Fun happening every weekend in October at Belmont Park. This is great Halloween fun for the whole family as Belmont Park has been transformed into Boomont Park.

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Waterfront Park Pumpkin Patch

This Sunday October 19th the Waterfront Park will be hosting a special U-pick Pumpkin Patch event. The event will be held from 11:00am until 4:00pm. There is a limit of one pumpkin per child, while supplies last. There will be pumpkin decorating, bounce houses, music, photo booths, crafts, and more! This is a FREE event!

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Pumpkin Express

The Pumpkin Express is leaving the Station this weekend at The Pacific Southwest Railway Museum in Campo. The Great Pumpkin is waiting to take you his pumpkin patch. Train fares range from $5-$15. Your ticket includes an hour long ride on the train, a tour of the Haunted Train, and each child gets to pick out their own pumpkin to decorate. There are three train departures a day, Pumpkin Express is dates are October 18th, 19th, 25th and 26th. Be sure to make your reservations ahead of time as departure times do tend to sell out.

San Diego North County

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San Diego Kids Expo & Fair

Head down to the Del Mar Fair Grounds this weekend for the San Diego Kids Expo and Fair. The Kids Expo & Fair is going on both Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm. Tickets to the Expo are $8 for Adults ( children 12 and under are FREE) and the ticket allows access to both dates. Parking is not included, standard parking at the Del Mar grounds is $10. The Expo & Fair will feature many business booths, live music with 4 entertainment stages, crafts and activities. Also there will be plenty of fun with outdoor attractions like zip lining, Euro Bungee, Tumble Gym Bus, and much much more. There is an additional cost for some attractions.

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Not-So-Scary Estuary at the San Elijo Lagoon

Don’t forget the San Elijo Lagoon Nature Center is hosting a FREE Family Discovery Days event. Not-So-Scary Estuary is this weekend on both Saturday and Sunday from 1pm to 4pm. This is a great event for the whole family to enjoy.

Riverside County

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Pumpkin Train

The Orange Empire Railway Museum great fall tradition is returning this weekend! Come to the station and take a special ride on a trolley to the pumpkin patch where kids can pick and decorate their own pumpkin. In addition to the trolley ride there will be a bounce house, games, bubble wands, train decorating, storytelling and other child-sized train rides. Come dressed up in your costumes and enter the costume contest! The Pumpkin Train is in the station October 18th, 19th, 25th and 26th. Tickets range from $7-$18 and the trains and trolleys run from 10am to 4pm.

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Children’s Lighthouse Fall Festival

Children’s Lighthouse in Murrieta will be celebrating their Grand Opening this Saturday and also their 1st Annual Fall Festival. This is a FREE family event. There will be live entertainment, games, activities, face painting, crafts, goodie bags, and costume contest. As a bonus there will be a meet and greet with Junie B. Jones! The fun is from 10am to 3pm and will be held at Children’s Lighthouse Learning Center of Murrieta.

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Murrieta Car Show

The Murrieta Car Show will be going on this Saturday from 8am until 4pm. There will be plenty of vendors and Classics to view. The Car Show is FREE to check out and is located in Historic Downtown Murrieta.

Ongoing Events

There are quite a few fun little events that are continually going on during the weekends. Here are some great free fun ones.

FREE craft event at Toys’R’Us

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Stop by Toys’R’Us this Saturday August 9th for their FREE DohVinci decorating event. Event will be held from 12-2pm while supplies last. I have attended an event at Toys’R’Us before and there is usually a line formed well before the events start time. This Saturdays event is to personalize and decorate a picture frame using the all-new DohVinci design kit. There will also be giveaways and special deals going on. Plus attendees will get to try out the new My Little Pony Pop, these new Pony’s are customizable. Click here to find a local store.

Cruzin Mama

Frozen at Disney Store Summer Play Days

Posted in Summer Fun! 

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Disney Stores Summer Play Days is still going on until September 1st. These daily events that are happening in the store such as learning to draw your favorite characters, becoming an honorary Avenger, listening to your favorite Disney story, or test your Disney knowledge with a fun trivia game. By attending one of these events your child will receive a special Summer Play Days button. Each week is a new button to collect and right now the featured button is Anna with Olaf from Frozen! image

Try to go to Trivia event days when a bonus pin is giving out pertaining to the Trivia theme. Both my kids have been having so much fun. Everyday has a different event planned so it’s nice to pick and chose which to attend.

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Showtime days seem to be very popular. We just attended one which was completely full. It was a Showtime featuring everyone’s favorite toy doctor Doc McStuffins. The kids helped Doc fix up her friends and learned a dance about washing your hands. All the children who attended revived their very own magic stethoscope just like Docs(well a cutout version but still very fun).

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The Anna and Olaf button is available until Sunday while supplies last. There are still some very cool buttons coming up for the final weeks of Summer Play Days. Collect them while you can and keep checking out the Disney Stores free events.

Cruzin Mama
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FREE Mini Build at the Lego Store

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August is here and with the start of a new month that means a new FREE Mini Build at the Lego Store. The free build will be on Tuesday August 5th beginning at 5pm and lasting only as long as supplies last. This build is for children ages 6-14 only. These monthly mini builds are a great way to add to your child’s lego collection. Also don’t forget to check out other in-store events, such as Lego Club Meetings where kids participate in a themed build activity and receive a shirt in accordance to the theme($25 fee for Lego Club meetings). Have fun building!

Cruzin Mama

August FREE mini build.

August FREE mini build.

August store events

August store events