The KidsFest Club is a free outdoor clubhouse where kids and their families can enjoy play stations, workshops, activities and much more!
Thursday July 6th: 12pm to 5:45pm
July 7-16: 10:30am to the start of the day’s last show
Highlights: Don’t miss our bouncy castle on the final weekend! Plus send a note of KINDness at our KIND Healthy Snacks card-making station. And Empress Cherry Sunday is a back again for face painting and balloon animals.
Daily play stations include arts and crafts, costumes and puppets, Lego and sensory play. Who knows what other surprises will pop up?
The KidsFest Club team has lots of surprises in store. We can't wait to meet you!Kelly Winger, KidsFest Coordinator
Toronto Public Library - Saturday July 8th and 15th - 12pm to 4:30pm
Our friends from the Toronto Public Library are here to share some of their favourite stories and activities. Don't forget to drop by to check out what's new and sign up for the Summer Reading Club!
MakerKids - Saturday July 15th and Sunday July 16th - 10:30am to 4:30pm
Pop by the MakerKids tent and tinker your heart out. Plunk out a tune on a Fruit Piano, colour your own Minecraft character and more!
MakerKids runs Robotics, Coding and Minecraft workshops to help kids develop the skills and mindsets to become inventors, innovators and entrepreneurs.
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or show up 15 minutes before the workshop to register in person.
Sunday July 9th - 11:00am
Dance Workshop with Penelope Diamantopoulos (45 minutes)
Tell a story without saying a word! Through free movement, kids will learn to express themselves and tell a story in this fun and active workshop.
Penelope is a Toronto-based performer, choreographer and teacher with 6 years of experience inspiring kids to get moving!
Saturday July 15th - 12:45pm
Drama Workshop with SPECIAL SURPRISE GUEST (30 minutes)
Get your sillies out with a series of simple theatre games for all ages!
Sunday July 16th - 11:15am
FREE Art Workshop with Alex Beaton (45 minutes)
Join Alex for an afternoon of making friends and creating your very own silly fish puppet!
Alex is a Toronto-based illustrator who likes to make pictures that explore all the neat ways people can see their own strengths.