Back in the day, a birthday party meant Pin the Tail on the Donkey. These days it’s a whole new game. Local entertaining guru Kelley Moore shares her tips on how to play.Mission: Possible!Spies, detectives, and treasure hunts are always a hit. Center your party around a mission. Have the kids take digital pictures of each solved question. While they eat cake, download the photos and share the slide show with the group. Mission good time: accomplished!Fashion ForwardEncourage creativity by throwing a Project Runway bash. Dig into the costume box or find fabric remnants and have the “designers” create their own looks. Use Christmas lights to designate a runway and have them work it.Kids in the KitchenTap into your budding chef’s love of food by hosting a dinner party. Make kid-friendly takes on sophisticated eats, like gnocchi and cheese or meatball sliders. Pick a menu that’s kid-assembly friendly (mixing, tossing, drizzling, and measuring are safe jobs). Give each child an apron with his or her name on it and a matching paper toque.Bam!Get more ideas online at kelleylmoore.com or watch KING 5 Morning News on KONG, Wednesdays and Fridays, 8:45 a.m. RIDEThe Puyallup FairWhat: Elephant ears, cotton candy, roller coasters, and live entertainment at the state’s best fair.Why: It’s all fair game.When: Thru Sept. 27. Sun.-Thurs., 10 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri. & Sat., 10 a.m.-11 p.m.Where: Puyallup Fair & Events Center, 110 9th Ave. SW, Puyallup (253-845-1771).STROLLGüd FestWhat: The family-focused one-day fete includes a kids’ play area and live music by Recess Monkey, Doug Fleming Jr., and The Board of Education.Why: Its all güd, baby.When: Sat., 1-5 p.m.Where: Redmond Town Center, 7525 166th Ave., Redmond (425-867-0808).RIDEWillows Edge Farm Open Barn WeekendWhat: The barn doors are open for riding lessons, chicken feeding, bunny watching, and pumpkin picking.Why: You weren’t raised on a farm.When: Sat. & Sun., 10 a.m.-2 p.m.Where: 18505 51st Ave. SE, Bothell (425-402-6781).