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Halloween bowling? What?
That’s right, kiddos. Two of your favorite activities have been combined into one big event.
The free family-friendly event features one-hour of bowling for up to six people per lane (includes free shoe rental for children), complimentary pizza and refreshments, a haunted laser tag, photo booth, trick or treat stations, costume contests and more.
We’re having a splash party! Woo-Hoo!
Join us tonight for momaha’s next play date at the SAC Federal Credit Union’s spray grounds at Shadow Lake Towne Center in Papillion. The free event is from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
It’ll feature children’s activities, costumed characters and gift bags for the first 50 families. You’ll get a chance to mingle with the moms and dads of momaha and preview Back to School fashions.
Momaha and Joslyn Art Museum teamed up today to launch the museum’s first Stroller Tour.
Who said you can’t take a crying baby to the museum?
A new family program at Joslyn Art Museum encourages parents to take their pre-toddler children on a docent-guided “Stroller Tour” of its galleries.
The first is today and will double as a momaha play date.
If baby snoozes, snacks, coos or cries through the lecture, don’t worry. Such distractions are encouraged as part of the program.
A new family program at Joslyn encourages parents to bring their children to a stroller tour.
The singing is strong, scenery and costumes are clever and the girls are impossible-to-resist charmers.
Gabriella and I attended momaha’s play date at the Omaha Children’s Museum today.
Gabriella is always so serious when we go to events. Little did we know that this play date would be so magical. It was probably the most fun we’ve had at the museum because everything that happened was so random from a forced evacuation to dancing in the snow.
After an hour or so of play, Gabriella finally cracked a smile.
We have a play date on the calendar.
Several of us are getting together at the Omaha Children’s Museum Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
It’s a way to meet local moms and dads, watch the Santa’s Magic show and tour the “Itty Bitty City” exhibit.
What’s the Santa’s Magic show?
I don’t have enough words to express my gratitude to all of the families who came out for momaha’s play date with Santa on Saturday at Shadow Lake Towne Center.
I knew Santa was a popular guy, but WOW! We had nearly 200 people in attendance at the Santa story time and photo event.
We were all tickled with joy to see the children’s expressions as Santa stepped in the room for story hour.
Check out a few snapshots from our event.
Momaha snagged a few special moments with Santa before he gets too busy with the holiday season.
We sipped hot cocoa, munched on yummy scones, colored “Madeline” sheets, heard a reading of “Madeline’s Christmas” before meeting her.
A new momaha play date is on our calendar, titled “Saturday with Santa.”
Our trip to the Omaha Children’s Museum’s “Itty Bitty City” exhibit was so much fun, we’ve decided to do it again.
This time my daughter Gabriella and I plan to invite the entire family.
I hope you can join us for a momaha play date today from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
It’ll be held in conjunction with the museum’s “First Friday Family Date Night.” The theme is “Superheroes”.
Meet local parents for an exclusive hour of play at 11 a.m. today at Defy Gravity in La Vista.
The indoor trampoline center at 10421 Portal Road will offer a “Mommy and Me” momaha special for kids ages 6 and younger.
Admission will be $6 for your first half hour of play and $3 for each additional hour. That’s a $2 discount on normal rates. Parents can jump for free.
The Omaha Children’s Museum’s new exhibit, “Itty Bitty City” opened.
Several of us are getting together today for a momaha play date from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to check it out. Join us.
I’m going to take a moment to nerd out a little bit.
Itty Bitty City is a 10,000 square foot kid-powered metropolis filled with an airport, ambulance, bank, construction site, park and more. All are inspired by more than 30 Omaha businesses.
Reminder: We have a play date on the calendar.
Several of us are getting together at the Omaha Children’s Museum this Friday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
If you print this blog or show it from your mobile, you’ll get a free admission upgrade to the special Wizard of Oz exhibit.
Mom bloggers Heidi Woodard and Cat Koehler will be there.