Kids’ festival at Leisure Centre Jan. 17

The fifth annual Winter Festival and Children's Development Fair happens in Mission

The free fifth annual Winter Festival and Children’s Developmental Fair runs 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 17 at the Leisure Centre.

This event is for all children from zero to six years old, parents and caregivers. Come enjoy making winter crafts, jumping in a bouncy castle, face painting, a reading area, parachute games and a mat and toy area (for the infant and toddler ages).

Get questions answered by numerous community resource staff including many professionals and service providers with expertise in infant development, speech and language acquisition, vision and nutrition.

Childcare resources and licensing information will be available for those with childcare questions.

For more information call Laura at 604-820-4367 or e-mail laura.wilson@gov.bc.ca.

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