Family and learning is hot in Norfolk this week

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If the playground, park and movie routine is getting a little tired, why not do something different with the kids this week? From a festival to scavenger hunts, these events will win approval from everyone in the family.

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4th Annual Nor-FOLK Festival

From the event description:

Join the family-friendly Nor-FOLK Festival this Saturday. The free event will feature live music, food trucks, local vendors and more.

When: Saturday, Nov. 2, noon
Where: 211 W. 24th St., Norfolk, VA 23517
Click here for more details, and to get your tickets

Up to 54% Off at Operation City Quest

From the Operation City Quest deal description:

Team up for a digital scavenger hunt adventure through the city. Compete to find items and complete challenges with help of remote guide.

Where: 101 E. Main St., Downtown Norfolk
Price: $18 (54 percent discount off regular price)
Click here for more details, and to get this deal

Up to 54% Off Admission at 3Quest Challenge

From the 3Quest Challenge deal description:

Gather clues and solves puzzles on a walking scavenger hunt tour through The Granby District. 3Quest Challenge is a fun challenge for all ages.

Where: 101 E. Main St., The Granby District
Price: $18 (54 percent discount off regular price)
Click here for more details, and to get this deal

Up to 65% Off Scavenger Challenge from Zombie Scavengers

From the Zombie Scavengers deal description:

Scavenge the city in search of survival supplies to help your team outlast a zombie apocalypse. Using a smartphone, answer trivia questions and win the game. This scavenger hunt is appropriate for all ages, as there are no actual zombies involved.

Where: 101 E. Main St., The Granby District
Price: $14 (64 percent discount off regular price)
Click here for more details, and to nab this deal

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