Halloween Fun in COVID Times

Halloween may look a little different this year.  Here are a few ideas on different ways to have fun this Halloween.

    

Halloween Movie Night

Make some yummy snacks and pick out some Halloween favorites to watch as a family.

Neighborhood Decorating Contest

Get a group of neighbors together to decorate their houses.  Then walk through the neighborhood and pick your favorites.

Family Jack- o- lantern contest

Gather crafting supplies that you have around the house and decorate pumpkins.  Select a theme to add some more fun.

Halloween Scavenger Hunt

Make a list of items for the kids to find in the house and see who can find them the fastest.


Halloween Egg Hunt

Hide wrapped candy in the yard before it gets dark and then have the kids use flashlights to find the treats.




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Fun Things to Do With Kids In Chester County is not responsible for and can not be held liable for any of the events or activities posted on this blog. Events and activities are posted for informational purposes only. We do not guarantee the accuracy of the times, dates or locations of activities and events. We also do not guarantee that you and your kids will have fun, but we hope you will.

COVID-19 DISCLAIMER

All the contents on this website and all social media platforms are provided for informational and educational purposes only. It is intended to offer guidance regarding venues and businesses that are reopening. The ultimate judgment regarding any specific activity is yours. We do not take any responsibilities for any decision you make with the information provided on this website and on our social media platforms. We are not medical doctors or professionals, nor do we have any medical or scientific training, education, or experience. You should follow government guidelines for safe practices for yourself and your family members before making any decisions relating to any activities that are outside your home.


Fun Things To Do in Chester County This Weekend For Families and Kids

A list of best things to do in Chester County this weekend October 23rd -25th




What to do this weekend with your family? Here is a list of things you can enjoy with your family this weekend:  




Join Parking Lot Theaters and King of Prussia Mall this Halloween for our 1st Annual Parking Lot Horrors, a Haunted Drive-Thru Cinema Experience, featuring all the Top Movies you love and a Parking Lot full of Ghouls, Zombies, and Things that go Bump in the Night. This is a totally new Haunted Experience You Don't Want to Miss. Enter if you Dare.



Fall means pumpkins...and pumpkin bowling!!! Try your luck and rolling your "kind of round" pumpkin down the hill by the playground, in hopes of knocking down all ten pins for a strike!!! In keeping with COVID-19 safety precautions, all participants must come with their own pumpkin, we won't be able to share the pumpkins at all. Date: Saturday, October 24th, EGT Park PlaygroundDivisions: Ages 5-8 (10am-12pm) and 9-11 (12pm-2pm)




On Saturday, October 24, children under age 13 who come to the Museum in costume can receive a free treat! Complete a scavenger hunt and return it to the Museum Store to claim your reward.




Malvern Public Library is bringing the Library to the community in a safe way with their first-ever Library in the Park outdoor event!  This will feature their 4th annual pumpkin painting contest where children can showcase their creative art skills. The Library will also be offering gently used books for sale as well as new check out options for children and adults.

This event will be held at the Battle of the Clouds Park Pavilion on Saturday, October 24, 2020, from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.




On Saturday, October 24th is our FALL FEST! There will be food, a DJ, games, local vendors, and fire prevention materials.




We are excited to host this SALT fundraiser to keep the arts alive as an outdoor celebration of all things Fall, including pumpkin painting, games, crafts, line dancing, treats, and a costume parade! Great for the whole family & kids of all ages. This will take place on the beautiful grounds of SALT's Chester Springs location. You may choose tickets to either the 10AM-NOON slot or the 1-3PM slot on Saturday, October 24th. Tickets are $20 each for children ages 3-17. Adults and babies ages 2 and under are FREE! Facial coverings and safety guidelines will be in effect. 



It's not Halloween without Boo at the Zoo! Although this won't be your typical "Boo," we are excited to welcome you back for this fall favorite for three spooky weekends, October 16 - November 1.



Join us for a family-friendly 90 minute Halloween train ride! Wear your favorite costume and ride our heated train to enjoy the beautiful Chester Creek Valley in all of it’s Fall splendor! During your 20 minute stop at the historic Glen Mills station, passengers can disembark and explore the historic station and our picnic grove. Passengers can also collect a few treats while at the station.




Daytime and nighttime hayrides for the family.  Also, check out pumpkinland at Colonial Gardens


October 10th through November 1st

Boo at the Zoo returns on Saturday, October 10. Bring the little ones for a fun-filled afternoon for princesses, ghosts, and superheroes of all ages. Make sure to bring your trick-or-treat bag, as treat and activity stations will be located throughout the zoo. Come dressed in your creative costume and enter our costume contest and parade. Adults are encouraged to dress up too!




More than 50 scarecrows are on display throughout the Garden! Come vote for your favorite in the “Fairy Tale ‘Crows” theme to determine which ‘crows will be the top three prize winners!



Come and visit our first annual “Spooky Trail” here at the Gardens! 
*Self-Guided Walk open Everyday 10am-5pm
*Family Fun Events hosted on Saturday’s and Sundays 12pm-8pm



Due to the ongoing Pandemic, only the corn maze, sunflower field, and pumpkin picking is open to the general public. This includes a Hayride to the Corn Maze and back to the parking lot. Our picnic areas, along with other activities are available for Birthday parties, family reunions, and other gatherings. Parties include a jump on the pillow bounce, pallet maze, tractor and truck playground, and corn cannons. But the fun doesn’t end there! Take a private hayride down to our all-new 5-acre corn maze, and walk through the sunflower field. You can also pick pumpkins for an additional fee.



Visit the friendly Witch's House in the woods. She tells stories, jokes and gives all of the kids a Halloween treat! Mon thru Thurs the hayride ends at a campfire.  Fri, Sat or Sun no campfire will be provided.  Due to COVID we will not be offering marshmallows or cider.


For Saturdays and Sundays, individual tickets must be purchased in advance to limit capacity in response to COVID19 regulations. Stroll to the pumpkin patch, wander through the corn maze, take family photos, and visit the farm animals as part of your 2-hour $5 admission ticket. Bring your own wagon to carry pumpkins, fall harvest items, vegetables, and honey products which may be purchased during your visit. Visitors are expected to wear face masks and practice social distancing. 


Every September, Peddler’s Village hosts a famous scarecrow display that brings visitors from around the world. For seven fun-filled weeks, scores of scarecrows grace the winding pathways of the sweeping, autumn-tinted Village property. Some are inspired by famous characters, some are humorous, some are meant to be scary – but all of them are carefully handmade and contributed by Philly-area residents and organizations



Pumpkinland is open from mid-September through early November and takes center stage at Linvilla Orchards. Larger than life figures and scarecrows illustrate the legends and lore of the harvest season, featuring local history and some of the many stories of pumpkins and apples.



Come in costume and celebrate silly, not-too-spooky fun at The Count’s Halloween Spooktacular at Sesame Place! The park will be transformed into a family-friendly Halloween haven and guests will enjoy trick-or-treating around the park, Halloween-themed shows, participating in our interactive Scarecrow Scavenger Hunt, pumpkin decorating, swinging, flying, and cruising on Count von Count-themed mechanical rides, and unique photo opportunities with everyone’s favorite furry friends dressed up in costume on their Halloween-themed floats!


Beginning in August and running for 13 weekends through October you’ll find festivities and excitement at their 35-acre village.  An extensive cast of costumed characters will take you back to medieval times as you encounter music, dancing, and a variety of special attractions.



DescriptionWassailing Caroling HayridesDescription: Wassailing Caroling Hayrides

For the health and safety of our customers, we have canceled events, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop! Join the storytime read along, and find activity sheets on the website.
 


Enjoy a brisk fall afternoon along the picturesque Chester Creek Valley from our heated train as we take you on a 90-minute journey back in time to the village of Glen Mills and return.

 


Enjoy a 15-minute tour of the Linvilla farm through their fields and orchards.  Timed tickets need to be purchased in advance

Masks and social distancing required.



Teens and Tweens will enjoy The Bates Motel & Haunted Hayride that has been voted the #1 haunt in the country and has been featured on the Travel Channel. 



Join us for the 5 sweetest weekends of the season! Hersheypark In The Dark is filled with your favorite rides and coasters, chocolatey trick or treat adventures, wild zoo visits, and festive Hershey Character experiences. Plus, for the first time ever, explore Hershey’s Chocolatetown in the fall!


You may also enjoy: 




Fun Things to Do With Kids In Chester County is not responsible for and can not be held liable for any of the events or activities posted on this blog. Events and activities are posted for informational purposes only. We do not guarantee the accuracy of the times, dates or locations of activities and events. We also do not guarantee that you and your kids will have fun, but we hope you will.

COVID-19 DISCLAIMER

All the contents on this website and all social media platforms are provided for informational and educational purposes only. It is intended to offer guidance regarding venues and businesses that are reopening. The ultimate judgment regarding any specific activity is yours. We do not take any responsibilities for any decision you make with the information provided on this website and on our social media platforms. We are not medical doctors or professionals, nor do we have any medical or scientific training, education, or experience. You should follow government guidelines for safe practices for yourself and your family members before making any decisions relating to any activities that are outside your home.

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Fun Things To Do in Chester County This Weekend For Families and Kids!

A list of best things to do in Chester County this weekend October 16th -18th




What to do this weekend with your family? Here is a list of things you can enjoy with your family this weekend:  




It's not Halloween without Boo at the Zoo! Although this won't be your typical "Boo," we are excited to welcome you back for this fall favorite for three spooky weekends, October 16 - November 1.



Join us for a family-friendly 90 minute Halloween train ride! Wear your favorite costume and ride our heated train to enjoy the beautiful Chester Creek Valley in all of it’s Fall splendor! During your 20 minute stop at the historic Glen Mills station, passengers can disembark and explore the historic station and our picnic grove. Passengers can also collect a few treats while at the station.




Come out to GVHS for a socially distant night of ghoulish fun! Wear your best Halloween costume & participate in our trunk or treat! We will have safe performances, raffles, and more!
We will be allowing groups of 10 or less at a time to ensure maximum safety for all of our participants. Registration Required



Daytime and nighttime hayrides for the family.  Also, check out pumpkinland at Colonial Gardens


October 10th through November 1st

Boo at the Zoo returns on Saturday, October 10. Bring the little ones for a fun-filled afternoon for princesses, ghosts, and superheroes of all ages. Make sure to bring your trick-or-treat bag, as treat and activity stations will be located throughout the zoo. Come dressed in your creative costume and enter our costume contest and parade. Adults are encouraged to dress up too!




More than 50 scarecrows are on display throughout the Garden! Come vote for your favorite in the “Fairy Tale ‘Crows” theme to determine which ‘crows will be the top three prize winners!



Come and visit our first annual “Spooky Trail” here at the Gardens! 
*Self-Guided Walk open Everyday 10am-5pm
*Family Fun Events hosted on Saturday’s and Sundays 12pm-8pm



Due to the ongoing Pandemic, only the corn maze, sunflower field and pumpkin picking is open to the general public. This includes a Hayride to the Corn Maze and back to the parking lot. Our picnic areas, along with other activities are available for Birthday parties, family reunions and other gatherings. Parties include a jump on the pillow bounce, pallet maze, tractor and truck playground and corn cannons. But the fun doesn’t end there! Take a private hayride down to our all-new 5 acre corn maze, and walk through the sunflower field. You can also pick pumpkins for an additional fee.



Visit the friendly Witch's House in the woods. She tells stories, jokes and gives all of the kids a Halloween treat! Mon thru Thurs the hayride ends at a campfire.  Fri, Sat or Sun no campfire will be provided.  Due to COVID we will not be offering marshmallows or cider.


For Saturdays and Sundays, individual tickets must be purchased in advance to limit capacity in response to COVID19 regulations. Stroll to the pumpkin patch, wander through the corn maze, take family photos, and visit the farm animals as part of your 2-hour $5 admission ticket. Bring your own wagon to carry pumpkins, fall harvest items, vegetables, and honey products which may be purchased during your visit. Visitors are expected to wear face masks and practice social distancing. 


Every September, Peddler’s Village hosts a famous scarecrow display that brings visitors from around the world. For seven fun-filled weeks, scores of scarecrows grace the winding pathways of the sweeping, autumn-tinted Village property. Some are inspired by famous characters, some are humorous, some are meant to be scary – but all of them are carefully handmade and contributed by Philly-area residents and organizations



Pumpkinland is open from mid-September through early November and takes center stage at Linvilla Orchards. Larger than life figures and scarecrows illustrate the legends and lore of the harvest season, featuring local history and some of the many stories of pumpkins and apples.



Come in costume and celebrate silly, not-too-spooky fun at The Count’s Halloween Spooktacular at Sesame Place! The park will be transformed into a family-friendly Halloween haven and guests will enjoy trick-or-treating around the park, Halloween-themed shows, participating in our interactive Scarecrow Scavenger Hunt, pumpkin decorating, swinging, flying, and cruising on Count von Count-themed mechanical rides, and unique photo opportunities with everyone’s favorite furry friends dressed up in costume on their Halloween-themed floats!


Beginning in August and running for 13 weekends through October you’ll find festivities and excitement at their 35-acre village.  An extensive cast of costumed characters will take you back to medieval times as you encounter music, dancing, and a variety of special attractions.



DescriptionWassailing Caroling HayridesDescription: Wassailing Caroling Hayrides

For the health and safety of our customers, we have canceled events, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop! Join the storytime read along, and find activity sheets on the website.
 


Enjoy a brisk fall afternoon along the picturesque Chester Creek Valley from our heated train as we take you on a 90-minute journey back in time to the village of Glen Mills and return.

 


Enjoy a 15-minute tour of the Linvilla farm through their fields and orchards.  Timed tickets need to be purchased in advance

Masks and social distancing required.



Teens and Tweens will enjoy The Bates Motel & Haunted Hayride that has been voted the #1 haunt in the country and has been featured on the Travel Channel. 



Join us for the 5 sweetest weekends of the season! Hersheypark In The Dark is filled with your favorite rides and coasters, chocolatey trick or treat adventures, wild zoo visits, and festive Hershey Character experiences. Plus, for the first time ever, explore Hershey’s Chocolatetown in the fall!


You may also enjoy: 




Fun Things to Do With Kids In Chester County is not responsible for and can not be held liable for any of the events or activities posted on this blog. Events and activities are posted for informational purposes only. We do not guarantee the accuracy of the times, dates or locations of activities and events. We also do not guarantee that you and your kids will have fun, but we hope you will.

COVID-19 DISCLAIMER

All the contents on this website and all social media platforms are provided for informational and educational purposes only. It is intended to offer guidance regarding venues and businesses that are reopening. The ultimate judgment regarding any specific activity is yours. We do not take any responsibilities for any decision you make with the information provided on this website and on our social media platforms. We are not medical doctors or professionals, nor do we have any medical or scientific training, education, or experience. You should follow government guidelines for safe practices for yourself and your family members before making any decisions relating to any activities that are outside your home.

Fun Things To Do in Chester County This Weekend For Families and Kids!


A list of best things to do in Chester County this weekend



(Updated 10/8)

What to do this weekend with your family? Here is a list of things you can enjoy with your family this weekend: 



Our annual fall family day celebrates the season with the chance to discover ‘wheel big’ trucks, tractors, and farm equipment needed both now and in the days of H. F. du Pont to operate a big country estate like Winterthur.
Join us this year for a special truck parade and enjoy picnicking in the garden along the parade route. Bring your own picnic or purchase food and drinks on-site and go explore the garden on your own. 



Thomas the Tank Engine -- the famous steam locomotive from the Island of Sodor -- will pull your 45-minute excursion ride (4.5 miles east and 4.5 miles returning west on the same track) through the beautiful Lancaster County countryside. This is the full 45-minute train ride to Paradise, Pennsylvania pulled by the fully operational steam Thomas the Tank Engine.



Celebrate Fire Safety Month with this awesome Fire Truck project! Register your child to reserve their kit today!

Reserved kits can be picked up in-store at our customer service desk on Saturday, October 10, or Sunday, October 11. 



More than 50 scarecrows are on display throughout the Garden! Come vote for your favorite in the “Fairy Tale ‘Crows” theme to determine which ‘crows will be the top three prize winners!



Come and visit our first annual “Spooky Trail” here at the Gardens! 
*Self-Guided Walk open Everyday 10am-5pm
*Family Fun Events hosted on Saturday’s and Sundays 12pm-8pm


Come in costume and celebrate silly, not-too-spooky fun at The Count’s Halloween Spooktacular at Sesame Place! The park will be transformed into a family-friendly Halloween haven and guests will enjoy trick-or-treating around the park, Halloween-themed shows, participating in our interactive Scarecrow Scavenger Hunt, pumpkin decorating, swinging, flying, and cruising on Count von Count-themed mechanical rides, and unique photo opportunities with everyone’s favorite furry friends dressed up in costume on their Halloween-themed floats!



For Saturdays and Sundays, individual tickets must be purchased in advance to limit capacity in response to COVID19 regulations. Stroll to the pumpkin patch, wander through the corn maze, take family photos, and visit the farm animals as part of your 2-hour $5 admission ticket. Bring your own wagon to carry pumpkins, fall harvest items, vegetables, and honey products which may be purchased during your visit. Visitors are expected to wear face masks and practice social distancing. 



Every September, Peddler’s Village hosts a famous scarecrow display that brings visitors from around the world. For seven fun-filled weeks, scores of scarecrows grace the winding pathways of the sweeping, autumn-tinted Village property. Some are inspired by famous characters, some are humorous, some are meant to be scary – but all of them are carefully handmade and contributed by Philly-area residents and organizations



Pumpkinland is open from mid-September through early November and takes center stage at Linvilla Orchards. Larger than life figures and scarecrows illustrate the legends and lore of the harvest season, featuring local history and some of the many stories of pumpkins and apples.



Beginning in August and running for 13 weekends through October you’ll find festivities and excitement at their 35-acre village.  An extensive cast of costumed characters will take you back to medieval times as you encounter music, dancing, and a variety of special attractions.



DescriptionWassailing Caroling HayridesDescription: Wassailing Caroling Hayrides

For the health and safety of our customers, we have canceled events, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop! Join the storytime read along, and find activity sheets on the website.
 



Enjoy a brisk fall afternoon along the picturesque Chester Creek Valley from our heated train as we take you on a 90-minute journey back in time to the village of Glen Mills and return.




Due to the ongoing Pandemic, only the corn maze, sunflower field, and pumpkin picking is open to the general public. This includes a Hayride to the Corn Maze and back to the parking lot. Our picnic areas, along with other activities are available for Birthday parties, family reunions, and other gatherings. Parties include a jump on the pillow bounce, pallet maze, tractor and truck playground, and corn cannons. But the fun doesn’t end there! Take a private hayride down to our all-new 5-acre corn maze, and walk through the sunflower field. You can also pick pumpkins for an additional fee.

  


Enjoy a 15-minute tour of the Linvilla farm through their fields and orchards.  Timed tickets need to be purchased in advance

Masks and social distancing required.




Teens and Tweens will enjoy The Bates Motel & Haunted Hayride that has been voted the #1 haunt in the country and has been featured on the Travel Channel. 



Join us for the 5 sweetest weekends of the season! Hersheypark In The Dark is filled with your favorite rides and coasters, chocolatey trick or treat adventures, wild zoo visits, and festive Hershey Character experiences. Plus, for the first time ever, explore Hershey’s Chocolatetown in the fall!


You may also enjoy: 






Fun Things to Do With Kids In Chester County is not responsible for and can not be held liable for any of the events or activities posted on this blog. Events and activities are posted for informational purposes only. We do not guarantee the accuracy of the times, dates or locations of activities and events. We also do not guarantee that you and your kids will have fun, but we hope you will.

COVID-19 DISCLAIMER

All the contents on this website and all social media platforms are provided for informational and educational purposes only. It is intended to offer guidance regarding venues and businesses that are reopening. The ultimate judgment regarding any specific activity is yours. We do not take any responsibilities about any decision you make with the information provided on this website and on our social media platforms. We are not medical doctors or professionals, nor do we have any medical or scientific training, education, or experience. You should follow government guidelines for safe practices for yourself and your family members before making any decisions relating to any activities that are outside your home.

Lowe’s is offering free curbside trick-or-treating for Halloween



Come celebrate Halloween with Lowe’s Drive-through Curbside Trick-or-Treating event! Register your child today so they don’t miss out on free sweet treats and a kid-sized pumpkin. 


Registration opens October 10th


For more information
: https://lowesdiy.com/

 Location: all locations nationwide

 This event is appropriate for:  the whole family

 Cost: free



Fun Things to Do With Kids In Chester County is not responsible for and can not be held liable for any of the events or activities posted on this blog. Events and activities are posted for informational purposes only. We do not guarantee the accuracy of the times, dates, or locations of activities and events. We also do not guarantee that you and your kids will have fun, but we hope you will.

COVID-19 DISCLAIMER

All the contents on this website and all social media platforms are provided for informational and educational purposes only. It is intended to offer guidance regarding venues and businesses that are reopening. The ultimate judgment regarding any specific activity is yours. We do not take any responsibilities for any decision you make with the information provided on this website and on our social media platforms. We are not medical doctors or professionals, nor do we have any medical or scientific training, education, or experience. You should follow government guidelines for safe practices for yourself and your family members before making any decisions relating to any activities that are outside your home.


The Best Pumpkin Patches Near Chester County

It's time to find the perfect pumpkin to decorate.  We have a list of the best pumpkin patches in and around the Philadelphia Area.  We even included a few pumpkin events for your family to visit for some inspiration.





Photo courtesy of Highland Orchards



Pumpkins and apples for as far as your eye can see!  Ride our shuttle service(socially distanced) to our orchards and pumpkin patches or select from our ever-growing selection at our farm market.  
  Online reservations only so we can keep everyone safe.  

Photo courtesy of Colonial Gardens



Colonial Gardens Pumpkinland


This Halloween display of colorful cartoon characters, scarecrows, hay hutch, & over ten tons of pumpkins is always a hit!



Photo courtesy of Shady Brook Farms




FallFest admission includes wagon rides to pumpkins, apples & sunflowers (apples & sunflowers while supplies last), corn maze, hay maze, jumping pillow, spider web, playground, go-carts, + an animated Chicken Show. Timed tickets must be purchased in advance.








An annual trip to Pumpkinland has been a family tradition for generations of Delaware Valley Residents. During September and October, Pumpkinland takes center stage at Linvilla Orchards. Larger than life figures and scarecrows illustrate the legends and lore of the harvest season, local history, and some of the many stories of pumpkins and apples.


Photo courtesy of Milky Way Farm

 

Our annual pumpkin harvest season at Milky Way Farm runs Sept 26-Oct 31, 2020. For Saturdays and Sundays, individual tickets must be purchased in advance to limit capacity in response to COVID19 regulations. Stroll to the pumpkin patch, wander through the corn maze, take family photos, and visit the farm animals as part of your 2-hour $5 admission ticket. Bring your own wagon to carry pumpkins, fall harvest items, vegetables, and honey products, which may be purchased during your visit. 




Photo courtesy of Arasapha Farm



Due to the ongoing Pandemic, only the corn maze, sunflower field, and pumpkin picking are open to the general public. This includes a Hayride to the Corn Maze and back to the parking lot. Our picnic areas and other activities are available for Birthday parties, family reunions, and other gatherings. Parties include a jump on the pillow bounce, pallet maze, tractor and truck playground, and corn cannons. But the fun doesn’t end there! Take a private hayride down to our all-new 5-acre corn maze, and walk through the sunflower field. You can also pick pumpkins for an additional fee.


Photo courtesy of Lytle's Farm



Pick-your-own pumpkin patch with a free hayride out to the fields.  Beyond the patch, you can find pumpkins and gourds in all sizes and colors, corn stalks, straw bales, corn maze, and more.   For everyone’s safety, we’re requiring face coverings and asking all visitors to please social distance while at the farm.



Photo courtesy of Hurricane Hill


As we all know, this is a very different year, a challenging year for many.  We hope this finds you and your families are well and safe.  Fall is different at the farm this year. This Fall, Hurricane Hill will offer a hayride to the pumpkin patch and other attractions for the children.  To manage the number of guests attending, we will only be offering timed-tickets.  No tickets will be sold at the farm this year.  




Ride a tractor-drawn wagon out to the pumpkin patch, where you can spend as long as you want to select the perfect pumpkins for every member of the family. Be sure you bring along your camera for some priceless photos. Of course, you can also just take the hayride and get your pumpkins on another weekend.









The Great Pumpkin Carve is now a "Virtual Pumpkin Carve."  This will now allow anyone to participate in this wonderful event.  Those that are local or distant that may have been nervous about carving in front of a crowd, or would like to work in the comfort of their home can all participate in groups of any size.




Fun Things to Do With Kids In Chester County is not responsible for and can not be held liable for any of the events or activities posted on this blog. Events and activities are posted for informational purposes only. We do not guarantee the accuracy of the times, dates, or locations of activities and events. We also do not guarantee that you and your kids will have fun, but we hope you will.

COVID-19 DISCLAIMER

All the contents on this website and all social media platforms are provided for informational and educational purposes only. It is intended to offer guidance regarding venues and businesses that are reopening. The ultimate judgment regarding any specific activity is yours. We do not take any responsibilities for any decision you make with the information provided on this website and on our social media platforms. We are not medical doctors or professionals, nor do we have any medical or scientific training, education, or experience. You should follow government guidelines for safe practices for yourself and your family members before making any decisions relating to any activities that are outside your home.