Gary Savard and CoCo the Parrot will be at the Fraser Valley Children’s Festival on June 23 at Fraser River Heritage Park.

A festival for all ages

Join the Mission Arts Council this Sunday for the annual Fraser Valley Children's Festival

The 17th annual Fraser Valley Children’s Festival takes place Sunday, June 23 at Fraser River Heritage Park from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

There will be laughter, dancing, art, and much more for everyone to enjoy. Children and their parents are encouraged to dress up as their favourite pirate, like Jack Sparrow or Captain Hook. Or you can make your own costume at the Imagination Market.

This year’s Pirate Faire will feature Gary Savard and CoCo the Parrot, Annwyn Studio Fiddler, The Trollsons, Make Battie, The Streels Sing Along, Nylon Zoo, art workshops, and much more.

Admission to the event is free and parking (minimum $2) is by donation.

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