Want to See Your Child Smile? Bring Them to Kids Club Wednesdays!
Bored in the house and you're in the house bored? Bring the kids to Valley Malls Kids Club, Wednesday in Union Gap between the hours of 11 am to 1 pm for free fun and themed activities, now through the beginning of August!
When Was the Last Time You Went to Valley Mall?
Valley Mall is located in Union Gap at 2529 Main St and opens early for the walking crowd, shops begin opening around 10 am until doors close around 8 pm or 9 pm depending on the day, and with over 80 shops to choose from, you're bound to find something you'd like while stopping by!
What is Kids Club?
Currently being held on the second level of Valley Mall, you can arrive at 11 am by taking the stairs, escalator, or if need be the elevator and enjoy the free activities until wrap-up at 1 pm. There are tables set up with the day's puzzles, coloring pages, and beyond. Last week's theme featured crowns the kids were able to put together themselves and wear around the mall. The age level for the activities is about two years through about 11 years old but all are welcome.
There will be a chance to get a temporary tattoo or air-brushed art, depending on the day for free as well as a selfie wall and a few more games.
There is music provided by 107.3 KFFM and I (Sarah J) am broadcasting live from the event so if you have ever wanted to do a shout-out or do a little interview, please let me know while you're there!
This week's theme is Western so grab your cowboy boots and let's have a roaring good time at Kids Club
What Themes are Left?
July 20th - Astronomy/Science
July 27th - Dinosaurs
August 3rd - Sports
August 10th - Under the Sea
August 17th - Gardening
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