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Grab & Go Kids Planner

A weekend guide to the best kid-tastic events in and around Bayside.

Here is another edition of Bayside Patch's Grab & Go Kids Planner, the perfect guide to events and activities for your family.

Check out upcoming events, geared toward kids and families that take place this weekend in Bayside and surrounding areas.

Here is a carnival, a forest adventure, a game time event, Columbian cultural show and ice cream cool down.



Where/When: 1634 Clintonville Street, in Whitestone. On Friday, Saturday or Sunday.

Why Go: This carnival features rides, games, food, music, raffles and more. There's something for everyone at this family affair.

Pricing: Free to attend. Food, ride, game and raffle prices vary.


Where/When: , 22806 Northern Boulevard. On Saturday, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Why Go: This gives those 3 and 4 year old nature lovers in your lives something they will remember. They'll learn about the importance of forests while walking through one.

Pricing: APEC members pay $15, while nonmembers are charged $20.


Where/When: on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Meet at the Fort Totten Visitor's Center at 212 Street and Bell Boulevard.

Why Go: The kids will be able to join in on bingo and trivia competitions, as well as play with a number of board games.

Pricing: Free


Where/When: Queens Museum of Art, inside Flushing Meadows Corona Park. On Sunday, from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Why Go: This all out cultural experience will have guests viewing traditional Columbian dances while listening to the sounds of various parts of the nation.

Pricing: Suggest donation admission is $5 for adults, $2.50 for kids and seniors, and free for members and kids under 5.


Cotton Candy Ice Cream Treat

Where/When: , on Friday, Saturday or Sunday

Why Go: Because now's the time to try the shop's new Cotton Candy ice cream treat. Some of the toppings to this delightful dessert include marmallows and gummy bears.

Pricing: Food prices vary.


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