There's a full day of entertainment waiting for you at the Canyon County Kids Expo on January 27th. All activities are included with your price of admission which is $3 for children and $5 for adults.

Purchase your tickets in advance HERE or at the door! Tickets sold day-of will be cash only. There will be an ATM available.

For exact hours of meet and greet times, visit our entertainment schedule HERE. 

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    Brad Barket / Stringer

    Meet Paw Patrol

    Paw Patrol will be our featured guests at this year's event! Come take your picture with the fluffy favorites who will be hanging out throughout the the expo. It's bound to be amazing!


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    Getty Images

    Lego World

    Kids and adults alike will love CBH Home's Lego World. Not only do you get to create, but there's a good chance you can take some Legos home with you. Come build until your heart's content!

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    Fun Places to Play

    Whether you like to run, jump, play games, or try new things, the Canyon County Kids Expo has it all. It is the best place to be a kid!

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    Ty the Clown

    Ty has been studying and performing for many years! He loves his work, enjoys entertaining others and never ceases to amaze and impress his audiences.  At a very young age, he learned to juggle, perform magic, and do balloon sculpting.  He added an impressive talent of doing all of this while riding a unicycle!  He easily entertains audiences of all ages, and loves doing it!

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    The Magic Man

    The Magic Man is a highly sought after Magician in the Treasure Valley!  His strolling magic show has been featured at numerous events in the valley, from large events to small parties.  His strolling magic includes balloon sculptures and he shines with a wonderful and engaging personality.  He’s left a trail of satisfied customers, both big and small!

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    Reptile Adventures

    Reptile Adventures has been rescuing reptiles for over ten years. They have had a lot of reptiles come through their doors. Recently they decided to stop adopting the reptiles out and instead give them a forever home.

    Come and see, and in some cases touch if you dare, these cold-blooded wonders.

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