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Saturday, April 6, 2019
Area 7: Arts Building, all day, all ages
dronesExperience the thrill of flying a drone.
Learn about programming and robotics with this hands on educational play with spheros.
Lego battle bricks
Go head-to-head in a Lego brick-building challenge.
Build a creation that can float and maintain itself in the hover tube.
Design your own tracks and find out how many ways can you guide a marble to its goal.
make & create STEAM room
STEM + Art = STEAM!
Have fun with all sorts of activities rising from STEAM!
Outdoor Games and Activities
Area 6: Manse Field, all day, all ages
Test your football skills through various calisthenics and skill drill activities.
Free-build whatever your imagination can dream up!
Craft the aerodynamics of your rocket and make it soar.
princess and dragon face painting
Transform into a dazzling princess, a magnificent dragon, or anything your heart desires.
the mccoy detective search
Find clues throughout the Festival grounds to discover where the Obezag is hidden and win a prize!
A high energy performance offering hair-raising challenges and dares for children while they learn about nature through their five senses. Brought to the Festival by Eco Adventures.
zoo in my room
There's so much work to do on the farm, the animals can't keep up! All the Big Barn Puppets band together to recruit animals from the local zoo who love to sing. You won’t believe the barnyard fun! Big Barn Puppets presents unique "puppet musicals" for kids and families. Children love the nearly life-size animal puppets and realistic barn sets.
Who says science can't be fun. Join Mr Victor as he gets kids engaged and involved in science learning and fun. See how Newton's laws and Bernoulli's principle can make for some great pops, bangs and explosions and even some very unique flying objects! Bought to the Festival by Club SciKidz.
therapy animals as healersClementine K. Fujimura, in her book Cultural Dimensions of Well-Being: Therapy Animals as Healers, examines the cultural history of human-animal relations in Germany, Japan, Russia, and the U.S., focusing on the use of animals for comfort and healing, as well as in developing a sense of well-being.
Key School Middle School Chorus - 10:30 a.m.
Key School Jazz Band - 4:00 p.m
Storytelling: Tales from Other Lands
Room 5: Manse Addition, 10:00 a.m., all ages
Join Key School's resident storyteller Katherine Haas as she tells fascinating stories from different cultures, races and ethnicities. All ages welcome.