Blog post by Tina Winterlik © 2011
Well I wasn't sure what to expect, we had been to the Vancouver International Children's Festival 6 or 7x before and well we really liked it the way it was, but we are giving it the Big Thumbs Up.
We had a GREAT TIME. Check out the videos below. I did my best, I would have like to spent more time perfecting them but I wanted to share them today so I hope you'll give me a little grace.
We really had so much fun. We were really lucky we had good weather for most of it, it just rained for a little while and we happened to be in a tent making fairy clothes, and then we went and got a donut and coffee in the market.
Truthfully I think this is a better concept now. It will be good for the market, and the $5 wrist band was totally in our budget, and we really got our money's worth.
Still by the time we bought donuts and a cool little "Loud Mouth " whistle it was close to $18 but not bad for such a FABULOUS DAY.
DON'T MISS OUT. Definitely go down to the Children's Festival. Remember it's only 9:30 to 2:30 so be sure to go early and take advantage of the different activities.
We hit the facepainting first, and there was quite a line up but it went quite fast and the girls did a AWESOME job.
International Children's Festival
Monday to Friday 9:30am to 2:30pm
Saturday 10:30am to 6:30pm
Sunday 10:30am to 4:30pm
Facepainting, Mobile Garden Lady, Tall Senior Citizen, Wishing Garden, Swings, Bird Sculpture with eggs, Power Smart- Win a Green Pail, Port of Vancouver - Pirate hat, seagull, Taiwanese- Make a Mask
Juggling, Make a Cedar bracelet, Singers, Energy Actors
Mobile Garden Lady, Bird and nest Sculpture and Creating Fairy Clothes
Walk thru Granville Market, Him's Felts, Gandharra Loka Instruments, drums, loudmouth-toys, back to Childrens Festival
Rocking Out with Chris Hamilton- We Loved this! It was the end of the day and we had so much fun. Thanks Chris!