Corpus Christi Fun for Kids Weekend Guide December 29-31, 2017

Thursday, December 28, 2017
It's the last weekend guide of 2017! This weekend is another slow one while everyone celebrates the New Year's Holiday but there are still a few events going on. Remember, some of these activities may require registration. Always check with the organizations for the most updated event information or if you have any questions. We appreciate the shares and likes. If we're missing something, let us know! Compiling this information takes work, please credit or link back to Corpus Christi Fun for Kids when sharing.

Friday, December 29

Bell/Whittington Public Library Kid's New Year Celebration at 10 am
Parents and kids ring in the new year early at the library with performing artist, Matt Tardy offering motivation for the new year while juggling! Open to all, no pre registration required. It will take place in the kids area of the library.
Cost: Free
Bell/Whittington Public Library
2400 Memorial Pkwy.
Portland, Texas

Oso Bay Wetlands Preserve and Learning Center Holiday Storytime: Water and Fishy Stories at 10:30 am
Learn more about native wildlife, habitats, adaptations and other topics through relevant children’s stories. Intended for children ages 2-6. Registration is not required. Seating can be limited. Each story will be supplemented with a walk, artifact, animal ambassador or other interactive experience. All children attending the program must be accompanied by an adult.
Cost: Free
2446 N. Oso Parkway
Corpus Christi, TX
Nueces County Public Libraries Noon Years Eve Party at 11:30 am
Celebrate the New Year a little early with the kids. Games, Craft and light refreshments and a balloon drop!
Cost: Free
Keach Family Library
1000 Terry Shamsie Blvd.
Robstown, TX

Saturday, December 30

Oso Bay Wetlands Preserve and Learning Center Guided Nature Walks from 9 to 10 am
Meet on the Learning Center porch. Please bring good walking shoes, plenty of water, and dress for the weather. This program is FREE of charge and open to individuals and families. Binoculars and field guides will be loaned on a first come first served basis. All children attending the program must be accompanied by an adult. For more information contact 361-826-PLAY (7529)
Cost: Free
2446 N. Oso Parkway

Art Center of Corpus Christi Family Art Time New Year's Mask from 10 am to 2 pm
Free fun art time for families every Saturday! Families of all ages are welcome. CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT, drop-in art activity, no registration. While supplies last.
Cost: Free
100 N. Shoreline

Alamo Drafthouse Corpus Christi PBS Kids at the Alamo: Holiday Mix at 10:30 am
Your favorite PBS KIDS characters have teamed up for an all-star holiday show! Watch special holiday episodes of BOB THE BUILDER, NATURE CAT, PEG + CAT, and THOMAS AND FRIENDS on the big screen.
Cost: Reserve your seat with a donation of $1-3, with all ticket sales benefiting education programs at your local PBS station. Buy tickets online.
7601 S Staples St.

Barnes and Noble The Story of Ferdinand Storytime at 11 am
All the other bulls love to run and jump and butt their heads together, but not Ferdinand. He would rather sit and smell the flowers. Then one day he is picked for the bullfights in Madrid. Join us to find out how Ferdinand fares in this classic story, in theaters now. Activities to follow.
Cost: Free
5129 Blanche D Moore Dr.

Sunday, December 31

Get Air Corpus Christi New Year's Jumpin' Eve at 10 pm 1 pm
Celebrate the New Year with a slice of pizza and a drink, a party with a DJ and jump for three hours! This event is for all ages.
Cost: $20. Buy tickets online, in-store or over the phone at 361-249-9227! To purchase your ticket online, go to Select December 31, 2017 as the date. Then, select 10:00 pm as the time. Select "New Years Eve Jumper" and then the quantity of tickets you would like to purchase. Add them to your cart and check out to reserve your tickets! Walk-ins are welcome, but admission is not guaranteed if max capacity is reached.
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