Children’s Arts Festival

Children’s Arts Festival

A fun-filled creative day of artistic, musical and theatrical activities!

September 17
Kamloops

Children’s Arts Festival

Running for over 22 years, the Kamloops Children’s Arts Festival is a fun-filled, creative day of artistic, musical and theatrical activities and performances for children ages 2 to 12. The entire day is FREE for children and their families.

This spectacular festival is back for 2022! This year’s festival will feature all those loved activities from previous years – workshops, storytelling, magic, and performances from local groups! It is going to be a festival filled with fun.

Stay up to date for applications, schedules, and calls to volunteer by signing up for our general e-newsletter here: https://kamloopsarts.ca/subscribe/ or by following us on our Social Media Channels.

 

Didn’t see the virtual 2021 Children’s Arts Festival? Take a look here:

Watch CAF 2021 here!

Who participates?

Thanks to our supporters, the Children’s Arts Festival is 100% free to the public. This means we see a wide cross-section of the community, including children and families who may not otherwise be able to afford to participate in extracurricular arts activities.

What are the benefits?

Participating in the arts can have a tremendous impact on developmental growth. Learning artistic skills strengthens problem-solving and critical thinking abilities. It’s also a lot of fun – maybe too much fun for some!

 

Interested in leading a workshop or performing at the Children’s Arts Festival? Applications are closed, but you can express interest to Marta at events@kamloopsarts.ca or ask for more information.

Is your business interested in sponsoring Kamloops’ only children’s festival? Contact Tanya Nielsen, Executive Director, at 250.372.7323 or info@kamloopsarts.ca

To see photos from past year’s Children’s Arts Festival please like us on Facebook!

We gratefully recognize the following sponsors of the 2021 Children’s Arts Festival:
Canadian Heritage, BC Arts Council, City of Kamloops and TD Bank.

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