The Kids Zone is located in the US Bank parking lot off of 50th Street. Open Friday-Sunday 10am-5pm
KZ1- Home Depot
Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am-1pm
Create fun wood projects with a hammer, nails, glue and stickers. Available while supplies last.
KZ2-Hearts Performing Arts
Heart’s Performing Arts will be hosting a super, funtastic, ridic-
ulous karaoke booth complete with weird hats and props while
our very own teen performers host and sing!
Stop by and visit our booth for a fun, interactive activity!
KZ4- Ultimate Self-Defense
Ultimate Self Defense seeks to empower men, women,
and children of our community through the study of martial arts
in a fun, positive environment.
KZ5- Caricature Artist
Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-2pm
Stop by to get a signature Edina Art Fair self-portrait with your family or friends. All are welcome.
K7- Bouncy Houses
Come and jump for the day. Purchase a wrist band valid all day for $5 at the booth by the bouncy houses.
KZ8- College Nannies + Tutors
Come join College Nannies + Sitters + Tutors in the US Bank parking lot for some fun, kid-friendly activities focused on empowerment and positive self-talk for children! Have your little ones participate in a quick game and win a prize.
KZ9- Foosball & Air Hockey Rec Area
Take a break and have some fun! Sponsored by the 50th & France Business Association
KZ 10- YMCA
Visit the YMCA for an interactive project.
KZ 11- The Bakken
Friday and Saturday 10am-5pm
Visit The Bakken for an interactive science project.
Face Painting and Henna - is located by the Fountain on W 50th Street
Ashley Ballet Arts Academy
Saturday June 2, 11:00am-12:00pm
While still young (ABAA opened its doors in 2012), the Edina-based
studio houses decades of teaching experience and offers
more than 200 students first-rate training in Vagonova-based ballet
and related arts.
Saturday, June 2 at 1pm and
Sunday, June 3 at 11am
Aric Bieganek, founder of The Royal Order of Chords and Keys (R.O.C.K.), is a kindie-rocker based in Minneapolis, MN. Known as “the Jack Black of kids’ music” (Daily Hampshire Gazette). Facebook.com/welcometorock #welcometorock
Storyteller with Rose Arrowsmith Decoux