If you’re looking for some fun things that your family can do this weekend, look no further! I have compiled a list of ten things that are fun and family friendly, right here in the Tri-State!

The Tri-State Weekend Top Ten give you some insight on what is going on  in the area. Here is the Top Ten for the weekend of May 26th-28th.

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    Holiday Drive In- Dusk Till Dawn Movie Night

    Sunday May 28th Reo IN

    Price: $5.00 Ages 4-11   $10.00 for adults

    Holiday Drive in is open every night during the summer. There, you will find five screens that show two movies back to back. This Sunday, once the second movie on Screen 1 ends, you will be able to watch two more movies at no extra cost!

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    Vanderburgh Humane Society- Cardio For Canines

    May 27, 2017 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

    Price: FREE

    Come walk or run with a shelter dog at every Saturday at 8:00 am.  Meet in the VHS rear lobby to pick up a dog and then head to Garvin Park. Participants actually walking the dogs must be 18+, but children & strollers are welcome to tag along.

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    Run Victoria 5K 10K

    Saturday May 27th

    Price: 5K Run- $25.00  5K Walk- $25.00 10K Run- $35.00

    Run or walk the 2nd Annual Run Victoria 5K 10K. It is family, kid, and stroller friendly. 100% of race proceed go to support Warrick Trials. This race starts and finishes at the new Friedman Park. Sign up today!

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    Friedman Park Festival

    May 27, 2017 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Newburgh, IN

    Price: FREE

    Warrick County's brand new park opens up on May 27th to the public and you are invited to come celebrate. The park will host a festival that includes food, music, kids activities and more!

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    Jurassic Quest

    May 26-29 Old National Events Plaza

    Price: Tickets start at $15.00

    Travel back in time with North America's largest animatronic dinosaur exhibit - Jurassic Quest! Here, you will be able to interact with dinosaurs, dig for bones and so much more!

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    Super Saturday at the Evansville Museum

    May 27, 2017 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    Price: Adults $12 • Youth (4-17) $8

    Check out Super Saturday at the Evansville Museum. There you can do crafts, activities, challenges,  often times they have special guests, performances and much, much more! Each month has a different theme, and Super Saturday activities are included with Museum admission. You won't want to miss this!

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    Saturday Night Family Board Gaming

    Sat, May 27, 5:00pm – 9:30pm Comic Quest in Evansville

    Price: FREE

    Looking for some family bonding time? Check out Comic Quest in Evansville every Saturday night for board gaming fun! Bring your own games from home OR play games from our ever-growing Board Game Lending Library! This event is open to gamers of all ages!

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    Scales Lake Park- Beach Opening Weekend

    May 27 at 11 AM to May 28 at 6 PM

    Price: $4.00

    Bring the family out to Boonville, Indiana this weekend for the opening weekend of the beach. Soak up the sun while the kids swim and slide all weekend long!

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    Friday After 5

    May 26 at 5PM Owensboro River Center

    Price: FREE

    Friday After 5 in Downtown Owensboro is a summer-long series of free outdoor concerts held every Friday with entertainment for everyone in the family!

    This Friday: Boardwalk Pipeline brings “Eighty-Sixt” on the Jagoe Homes patio stage, “Osiella” on the Don Moore Party Pier, Drew Aud in the Atmos Courtyard, Johnson Dance Studio on the Cromwell Radio New Sound Overlook and it’s Corvette Cruise In at the Kroger Street Fair.

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    Toddler Time at Sky Zone

    May 28th at 10 AM- 12 PM

    Price: $10.00 (one toddler and one parent)

    Let your little ones burn off some of that energy at Sky Zone in Evansville. The kiddos will be bouncing under the supervision of their parents, and without interference from the big kids.

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