Leo Baerg, 2, of Langley is a picture of concentration as he tries out one of the display toys at PlayFest. The event runs until 3 p.m. today (Saturday, Aug. 11) in the parking lot outside Toys “R” Us at the Willowbrook Mall. Brenda Anderson Langley Times

Toys “R” Us holding a party in the parking lot

PlayFest is offering fun and games for the whole family from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday

PlayFest is happening today (Saturday, Aug. 11) at Toys “R” Us in the parking lot at Willowbrook Mall, 19705 Fraser Highway.

The event features free outdoor play activities for the whole family in their store parking lots with complimentary snacks and giveaways.

The public is invited to stop by and take part in games and activities throughout the day.

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Ana Petersen, 2, and Alexander Petersen, 6, play in the water at PlayFest.The event runs until 3 p.m. today (Saturday, Aug. 11) in the parking lot outside Toys “R” Us at the Willowbrook Mall. Brenda Anderson Langley Times

Mya Schonten, 4, plays in the water outside the Langley Toys “R” Us store.

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