Thursday, November 2, 2017

Movember, KW Titans, Santa Claus Parade and more NOVEMBER 2017 Events and Activities in the Kitchener Waterloo Area


As always please check all links provided as times, dates, venues and registration information often changes without our knowledge.

First is list of ongoing events followed by our Monthly Blast


Ongoing Events

University of Waterloo Research Studies

Research Studies @ UofW Contact Lens Research

Currently the top contact lens research centre in the world is continuing to accomplish great things through research done right here at UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO. The studies are non-invasive and all of our participants are compensated at $20/hr for their time and often get free contact lenses or glasses. Right they are recruiting 7-11 year olds to participate in a 3yr study cclr.uwaterloo.ca

Infant Studies Group

If you’re looking for something new and fun to do with your child, we would love to have you participate in one of our studies! Help us discover how children learn about language and the world around them. Typical studies involve a one time, half hour visit. You stay with your child the entire time and receive a small gift for participating as well! Please contact us or visit our website for more information. We hope to see you soon!


TEL: 519 888 4567

ext. 31164


Social Development Lab

Our lab is currently looking for children to help with our research! Our lab looks at personality and the social world for young children. Our study involves parents and their children coming into our lab and answering a few questions. Kids get to play some fun computer games as well! The typical sessions take around 2 hours and parents are always able to observe their child during the social interaction tasks. In appreciation of your time, children get a small gift. To learn more about our lab and what we do, check out our website! Follow us on Facebook and twitter to keep up to date with our fun!

Twitter: SDLab_UW
Facebook: Social Development Lab Waterloo
Website: uwaterloo.ca/social-development-lab
TEL: 519-888-4567 ext.38775
Email: sdl@uwaterloo.ca

 

Youth Drum and Bugle Corps

Great program for youths in the KWC area. Our participants come not only from Cambridge, but Waterloo, Kitchener, Brantford, and surrounding areas as well. We are not the Scouts. We are not the Army, Navy or Sea Cadets. We are the only Youth Drum and Bugle Corps in the area!

No experience required and we have a modest membership fee ($20 per year). We provide a unique musical education program that not only teaches kids to play music or perform colour guard, we instruct them how to march, perform and basically just have fun! Check us out on our website: www.scouthouseband.com/cadets

Be a snow angel! Keeping sidewalks free of ice and snow can be very challenging for older adults and people with limited mobility. As a snow angel, you can be good neighbour by clearing snow for those who need assistance. All you have to do is adopt a sidewalk and keep it clear when it snows. Watch for people in your neighbourhood who could use help removing snow and lend them a hand. It’s also a great opportunity for students to complete volunteer hours needed and to exercise outdoors! Learn more: www.kitchener.ca/snowangels

Daily

Sleep And Your New Baby Waterloo Region Sessions

(various dates and times)

Session Details:

The purpose of the session is help families understand and respond to their baby’s sleep patterns and language, which will in turn strengthen family relationships and contribute to achieving optimal child health.

The 1.5 hour session will be offered weekly at all three Ontario Early Years Main sites with a mix of daytime, evening and weekend timings

Parents/caregivers can register online at http://www.earlyyearsinfo.ca/sleep-and-your-new-baby-registration.html The session will be most beneficial if parents/caregivers brings their baby with them and we encourage bringing a support person to assist with this http://www.earlyyearsinfo.ca/sleep-and-your-new-baby-regist…

Earth Sciences Museum @ University Of Waterloo

Conestoga Rovers Learning Centre (the “Dino pit”) open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

The museum’s main atrium, mining tunnel, Great Lakes fountain and stunning mineral exhibits open evenings Monday to Friday and weekends from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Plus info about the Scavenger Hunt can be found at https://uwaterloo.ca/…/earth-sciences-museum-scavenger-hunts

Have an Infant and/or Toddler? Check out OUR PLACE EARLY YEARS CENTRE calendar http://www.ourplacekw.ca/


Creekside Kids is excited to invite families to the City Park Indoor Playground at Creekside Church. You do not need to be a Creekside attender to enjoy the use of this playground. Admission is free https://creeksidechurch.ca/playground/


Tuesdays
Bring your little ones to the Kitchener Market every Tuesday from 11a.m.-noon for a fabulous, fun-filled morning! Be prepared for a high-energy, hopping good time at these FREE weekly children's events as our performers entertain your tots!

  • November 7th
  • November 21st


Tots Time @ Waterloo Region Museum (DOON) Join us on Tuesdays for an engaging program for children ages 2 to 5. Each week is a different theme and the time will be filled with crafts, toy playing, story reading and lots of learning games to help your little one grow. Admission is $2 per child. 10 per cent membership discount applies. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Accompanying adult's admission is free. (resumes Jan 17)


Wednesdays

Wednesday evening workshops @ Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery (beside Centre In The Square) 5:30pm with an emphasis of having fun and making cool stuff for ages 6-11.

DIY Kids offers exciting hands-on workshops each day where the emphasis is on having fun and making cool stuff.  Suitable for all skill levels, with new projects introduced each day. All materials are included. $15 + hst https://kwag.ca/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=86

Thursdays

Art Innovators will be hosting Squiggles to Grins at the Kitchener Market – a program for children and their parents. Participate in a fun, unique, hands-on creative art experience!

FREE! Ages 2-5 + caregiver (resumes Jan 12) http://www.kitchenermarket.ca/…/Kids_Art_free_art_program.a…

Tots Time @ Waterloo Region Museum (DOON)

Join us on Thursdays for an engaging program for children ages 2 to 5. Each week is a different theme and the time will be filled with crafts, toy playing, story reading and lots of learning games to help your little one grow. Admission is $2 per child. 10 per cent membership discount applies. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Accompanying adult's admission is free.(resumes Jan 17 for Tues and Jan 19 for Thursdays)  


Saturdays
Saturdays KPL Kids’ Club Kitchener Market, 300 King St. E. (Upper Level) Every Saturday, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.Take a break from shopping and stop by the Kitchener Public Library Space for stories, crafts and fun.No registration required.


Family Favourites $2.99 Films @ Cineplex
11am http://www.cineplex.com/Events/FamilyFavourites

November 2017 Event Blast


Nov 3
Random Act Of Kindness Day! Why not support my Movember page?!?!  https://mosista.co/lisamcdonald

Studio Comix Event https://www.facebook.com/groups/2369595749/permalink/10155789216870750/

 Will you be at the Nov 3rd Kitchener Rangers Game? Then come & visit us at the COMMUNITY CORNER! https://www.facebook.com/groups/2369595749/permalink/10155805144340750

Nov 4

Family Art Hangout @ The Family Centre 9:30am
Family Art Hangout Program is FREE!
-Free Programs
-Fun for the whole family
-All ages
-Activities led by art educators from KWAG
-Pre register by emailing: ResilienceProject@facswaterloo.org


Saturday, November 4, 2017 | 10am – 4pm
Location:
50 Crimea St. Guelph
Summary:
Thomas the Tank Engine invites kids of all ages to watch as him and his big freight train friends operate on our 2400 sq. foot model railroad empire the Pacific Western RR. Adults fee is $5 and kids under 13 are free.
Phone number:
519-763-3535

 

Saturday, November 4, 2017 | 10:30am – 12:30pm
Location:
Humanities Theatre, University of Waterloo
Summary:
Canada is recognized globally for its values such as openness, diversity, compassion, equality and justice. As we celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary let us explore how Canadian values relate to the teachings of different faiths and philosophies. Scholars will deliberate on how their respective faith or philosophy can promote and shape values that Canada stands for.

Open to public, free admission, free parking, complimentary lunch and refreshments.
Phone number:
18774636972

 
PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT – MO POKER FUNDRAISER http://stufftodowithyourkidsinkw.blogspot.ca/2017/10/movember-kw-2017-events.html

 Nov 5
Howler Day @ Snyders Family Farm
This is an event for the whole family — four legged, bushy tailed included — and will involve a 2.5 km fundraiser dog walk, barbecue, vendor tent, raffle prizes , various dog demonstrations, and more!
3rd annual HOWLer are as follows:
Family Pass (up to 4 people): $40.00
Regular Admission (13+): $15.00
Child (3-12): $10.00
Under 2: Free

http://www.pdrhowler.ca/event registration http://www.pdrhowler.ca/event/about/contact-us/

PARENTS’ DAY OUT
KW CORNHOLE FUNDRAISER FOR MOVEMBER http://stufftodowithyourkidsinkw.blogspot.ca/2017/10/movember-kw-2017-events.html


 Nov 11
 
Our annual Stuff To Do KW meetup!

Stuff to do with your kids in Kitchener Waterloo and the #KitchenerMarket Present #Movember Kids KW. A ***FREE*** Family Event from 10am-Noon in The Upper Marketplace Kitchen!
Confirmed for the event so far
*Moustache Cookie Baking & Decorating by Little Magic Parties

*Facepainting by Bre Creative
*Activity Sheets from Sportco Source for Sports
* Artshine-Arts4all Craft
*Photo Booth by Gary's Lens Photography

*Landmark Cinemas Waterloo prizes
*OurPlace Early Years Centre activities
*MovemberKW themed fun
*Titus The Titan from the KW Titans

Plus, other special guests to be announced. Watch our facebook event page for more info https://www.facebook.com/events/123435344981561

Please note we will be recognizing the moment of silence at 11am for Remembrance Day.

Nov 12
Dance For Kindness @ Waterloo Public Square

ance for Kindness, and it's a Flash Mob/Dance Mob that will happen simultaneously in 50 countries and 120 cities, with over 15000 participants. Waterloo is one of only 4 cities in Canada participating! Last year we held it as a private event at Lincoln Heights Public School, but it was so successful and we had so much fun that this year we're aiming higher. Waterloo Uptown Square Registration costs $10 per person, and the money goes to Lifevest Inside, an non-profit organization that promotes kindness https://www.facebook.com/groups/2369595749/permalink/10155794428825750

Nov 15
PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT
Mid Mo Trivia Night @ McCabes Kitchener $10 http://stufftodowithyourkidsinkw.blogspot.ca/2017/10/movember-kw-2017-events.html

 
Nov 16

Santa Arrives at Cambridge Centre by Zamboni @ 6pm https://cambridge-centre.com/events

Nov 17
Free PD Day Camp on November 17th from 9am to 3pm at
International Gospel Centre.
The theme will be "Where is your Treasure?" We will be having a reptile
show from Pawley's Reptiles as well.
Spaces are limited and the registration form can be downloaded from www.gospelcentre.net

 
Gift of Lights begins http://bingemans.com/gift-of-lights.php

PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT
Movember Party @ Edelweiss http://stufftodowithyourkidsinkw.blogspot.ca/2017/10/movember-kw-2017-events.html


Nov 18
Family Art Hangout @ The Family Centre 9:30am
Family Art Hangout Program is FREE!
-Free Programs
-Fun for the whole family
-All ages
-Activities led by art educators from KWAG
-Pre register by emailing: ResilienceProject@facswaterloo.org


KW Santa Claus Parade Beginning at 10:30am at Frederick Street heading north on Weber Street ending at Erb Street East. http://lionsclubofkitchener.com/1343-2
Cambridge Santa Claus Parade 6pm https://cambridgesantaparade.com/


Nov 20 (to Dec 3rd)
Cambridge Centre Miniature Train Rides, free from 11am-8pm daily until Dec 3rd https://cambridge-centre.com/events/

Nov 22 to Dec 31st
Beauty and the Beast @ Dunfield Cambridge https://www.draytonentertainment.com/beauty-beast-cambridge

Nov 23
Once Upon A Mattress at the KW Little Theatre

November 23, 24, 25, 30 at 8PM
December 1 ,2, 7, 8, 9 at 8PM
November 25; December 2, 9 at 2PM

This is a family-friendly production. We have 2PM matinees on the Saturdays (November 25, December 2 and 9) that are very popular for families with children, so purchase your tickets early to avoid disappointment. 
http://kwlt.org/once-upon-mattress  Watch for our contest going LIVE this weekend!

Nov 24
Friday November 24, 2017, 6:15 pm to 8:30 pm

Hespeler Village

The event includes:

A play at Idea Exchange Hespeler - time to be announced

Title of Play: Santa's Christmas Conundrum

30 minutes in length

A family comedy suitable for young children

A concert of local choirs at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church at 7 pm

Centennial school

St James church

St Gabriel school

Woodland Park school

Jacob Hespeler school

Magical tree lighting at Hespeler Town Centre at 8:15 pm http://www.cambridge.ca/en/parks-recreation-culture/christmas-in-cambridge.aspx

Nov 25

Santa @ Steckle Farm – Pre-registration required https://www.facebook.com/groups/2369595749/permalink/10155798588810750/

Family Art Hangout @ The Family Centre 9:30am
Family Art Hangout Program is FREE!
-Free Programs
-Fun for the whole family
-All ages
-Activities led by art educators from KWAG
-Pre register by emailing: ResilienceProject@facswaterloo.org


 
Nov 26
Sensitive Santa @ Cambridge Centre (Dec dates as well) registration info at https://www.autismspectrumconnection.com/blogs/openforum/sensitive_santa_cambridge_centre

Nov 28

KW TITANS 7pm http://kwtitans.com/14519/schedule-and-results

 
Nov 29

CP Holiday Train in Cambridge and then Ayr
UPDATED! NOW WITH TRAIN TRACKER http://cpholidaytrain.ca/

Wednesday November 29, 3:30 to 4:45 pm

Malcolm Street Train Station (10 Malcolm Street)

3:30 pm: Pre-show with live musical performance by Marie Bottrell

4:00 pm: Train arrives at station

4:15 to 4:45 pm: Live musical performances on the train by Jim Cuddy, Devin Cuddy & Kelly Prescott

4:45 pm: Train departs for Ayr  http://www.cambridge.ca/en/parks-recreation-culture/christmas-in-cambridge.aspx

PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT

OPEN MO NIGHT @ MCCABES KITCHENER $5 http://stufftodowithyourkidsinkw.blogspot.ca/2017/10/movember-kw-2017-events.html

Nov 29-Dec 24

HONK! The Ugly Duckling Musical @ St. Jacobs Country Playhouse http://stufftodowithyourkidsinkw.blogspot.ca/2017/10/honk-ugly-duckling-muscial-is-swan-song.html

If we missed a FREE or LOW COST event please list it in the comments! Thanks everyone!

 

 

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