Toy & Game Expo

| October 16, 2013 | 1 Comment

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Come to Ottawa’s first Toy & Game Expo to preview, play and purchase hot new toys and games. While you’re shopping come join the many great activities and enjoy the stage shows including Junkyard Symphony, Magic of Ian Quick, The Cowguys and much more. Feeling creative? Register for the Brick Building Challenge or the Young Inventor Challenge for great prizes. Entrance is free for children under 12 and if you bring a food donation you receive $2 off your adult admission ticket!

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The Young Inventor Challenge provides an opportunity for children ages 6 to 18 to showcase their own original toy & game inventions to toy & game industry professionals, members of media and the general public.

Participating in the Young Inventor Challenge is free. Participants and their immediate families (up to 2 adults) are invited to be our guests with complimentary Saturday admission to Toy & Game Expo!

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Calling all master builders! You’ve wanted a contest for some time, here it is! Clear a spot on the carpet and dive into your favourite building bricks or blocks and create something amazing!

Participating in the Brick Building Challenge is free. Participants and their immediate families (up to 2 adults) are invited to be our guests with complimentary Sunday admission to Toy & Game Expo!

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You’re a Mad Scientist! Make your own wonderful monster from colourful Play-Doh modelling clay. All materials provided, courtesy of Hasbro. Two Play-Doh cans per participants, all day Saturday and Sunday, while supply last.

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Our Games Library is a great place for you and your family to hang out. Loaded with 500+ awesome games of all sorts for all ages. Feeling competitive? Join one of our game tournaments for the chance to win awesome prizes! Space is limited, book your seat now!

More activities and shows are posted on the website: toygameexpo.com

Join us at Canada’s first Toy & Game Expo for all ages!

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  1. Victoria Ess says:

    That sounds like such a fun event! I wish it was in my city!

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