Where to Find Trick or Treat Fun!

Looking for Trick or Treat spots?  Checkout these options for your kiddos! Taylor’s SpookieFUN Fest. Friday, October 20th @ 5pm-8:30pm  Pole Green Park, 8996 Pole Green Park Ln, Mechanicsville, Virginia 23116. AND Saturday, October 21st @ 5pm-8:30pm Poor Farm Park, 13400 Liberty School Rd, Ashland, Virginia 23005. This family fun spectacular is for children 12 and […]

Looking for a Place to Sled?

Are you looking for a spot to enjoy the snow?  Here is a list of some of the best sledding spots in the Richmond area. Send us an email if you know of one that is missing email@completelykidsrichmond.com.   Have fun, stay warm, and be safe! Maymont  has several great sledding hills throughout the park. […]

Scarytown Zombie Walk & Trick or Treating Oct 24th

The annual Scarytown event is the Saturday before Halloween – this year on Saturday October 24th, 2015. Many merchants open their doors for trick-or-treating families. Just look for the Pumpkin sign in windows for participating merchants. Trick or Treat from Noon – Three Every year, zombies walk…or crawl…or drag themselves through Carytown.  For more information […]

Alien Worlds and Androids Awaken at the Science Museum of Virginia

Alien Worlds and Androids Awaken at the Science Museum of Virginia TODAY – February 21st, 2016 This fall, C-3P0, Iron Man and a T-800 model Terminator will join forces at the Science Museum of Virginia as part of a new exhibition:Alien Worlds and Androids. Starting Saturday, October 10 guests can join the search for alien life […]

Rockin’ on the Avenues

Rockin’ on the Avenue is coming to Richmond May 7, 2015 from 6-9pm. This is a fun event to support and raise funds for the Evelyn D. Reinhart Guest House. The event includes: Food Drinks Local music Silent auction The Reinhart House is a home-away-from-home for families with loved ones in St. Mary’s Hospital. Guests […]

Celebrate National Autism Awareness Month in April

April is National Autism Awareness Month and it’s a good time to promote autism awareness. And, this year the Autism Society wants to go beyond simply promoting autism awareness to encouraging friends and collaborators to become partners in movement toward acceptance and appreciation. Raising kids is a challenging job no matter how you look at […]

March 30th – April 5th

There are lots of monthly event updates, giveaways, and other information in our newsletters –  Sign-up here! To submit and event to our calendar send an email to  email@completelykidsrichmond.com. Click here for the full month’s calendar. All Month Wicked Plants. Science Museum of Virginia.  Wicked Plants unearths 75 poisonous, carnivorous and diabolical plants inside of a dilapidated, […]

Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

  March is National Reading Month and kids around the country will kick off this fun time by celebrating the birthday of Dr. Seuss. The goal of National Reading Month and Read Across America is to motivate and encourage kids to read every day. Not only is reading fun, but research findings by the National […]

Make Your Own Play Dough, Paint & Oobleck

Here are some recipes for homemade play dough, paint & oobleck you can make to help entertain your kids during wintery -weather or while overcoming illness. Homemade Play Dough 2 cups flour 1 cup salt 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 2 1/2 teaspoons cream of tartar 2 cups cold water Food coloring 1.  In a medium […]

Helping Kids Make New Year’s Resolutions

Do you like to make New Year’s resolutions? Maybe your kids would like it too! Many people enjoy making lists and committing to positive changes as the new year approaches. It’s a good time to help children learn about setting goals, creating plans, and making a commitment towards important accomplishments. The best way to teach […]