Netflix is such a handy tool for families. Whether it be to entertain for an hour or even educate. Kids may say the darndest things, but they also ask the hardest questions. Whether it’s the new way they’re learning long division or if they’re asking you science questions that seem much more sophisticated than their age (thanks Magic School Bus Rides Again), keep your family TV time moments intact with Google in the palm of your hand. So much learning to do!
By the way, are you also watching season 2 of Stranger Things? And if not, why?? If you haven’t seen the first season, go binge that first, and then get going on the new season!
*I’m a member of the Netflix #StreamTeam and was compensated for my post. All opinions are my own.
Can you believe that Halloween is already upon us? This is the last weekend before the big night, which means it’s your last chance for some fun activities?
Legoland Brick or Treat – Saturday night is the final night for this year’s event at Legoland. There’s lots of great entertainment and treats for the whole family.
Knott’s Scary Farm – both kiddos went this year, ages 10 and 12 and loved it. It’s not for the younger kids, however, there is Knott’s Spooky Farm held on the weekends. Kids can wear costumes, get treats and see fun entertainment.
Balboa Park Halloween Family Day – Oct. 28. Kick off Halloween activities at Balboa Park, where over two dozen participating museums and cultural attractions will present free craft projects, spooky surprises, costume parades and contests. Families will enjoy food trucks, prize-drawing booths and a rooftop pumpkin drop. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Free.
Boo at the Santa Ana Zoo is Oct. 29 from 5:30-8pm. Trick-or-treating, entertainment, games, costume parade & more. Admission required.
Anaheim Fall Festival and Halloween Parade is Saturday the 28th in Downtown Anaheim. Festival starts at 11am, parade starts at 6pm. Games, costume contests, pumpkin patch, Dia de los Muertos altars, food & more. Free.
Awesome Awaits at the Park…after dark! Brick-or-Treat Party Nights at LEGOLAND® California Resort is back for more Halloween excitement.
Brick-or-Treat Party Nights, presented by Shutterfly®, is returning with exciting entertainment, sweeter treats and even more not-so-spooky thrills this year every Saturday night (Oct. 7, 14, 21, & 28). LEGOLAND® California transforms into a monster mash bash for the ultimate family fun Halloween party featuring Ghost Cruise adventure, a new pop-badge challenge, a fall festival complete with a LEGO® pumpkin patch building activity, Bluegrass Band Jamboree and a special LEGO Friends meet and greet in Heartlake City, where kids can decorate their own craft and more!
Brick-or-Treat Party Nights is a special event and admission can be purchased for as low as $49 if purchased online in advance. New this year, guests can purchase a full second day Resort Hopper ticket to enjoy LEGOLAND California, SEA LIFE aquarium and LEGOLAND® Water Park. Special event ticket holders can enjoy costume contests, trick-or-treating at candy stations filled with tasty goodies and other surprises, festive music and live entertainment. LEGOLAND California and SEA LIFE aquarium are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on select dates throughout October and LEGOLAND Water Park is open weekends 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. through October 29. With special event admission to Brick-or-Treat Party Nights on September 30, October 7, 14, 21 and 28, guests can extend their day until 9 p.m. at both LEGOLAND California and SEA LIFE aquarium to enjoy all of the Halloween festivities-plus- add on a second day Resort Hopper ticket to extend the fun all weekend long. For exclusive savings and more information, visit www.BRICKORTREAT.com or call 760-918-5346.
Sept. 30, Oct. 7, 14, 21 and 28
3 p.m. – 9 p.m.