YOUR LOCAL PARKS DAY EVENT
FREE FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!
Saturday, July 20, 2019
11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Bow Valley Ranch, Fish Creek Provincial Park
“It’s always great to experience the fun learning opportunities available for families attending this annual event! There’s a lot to choose from – whether it’s live performances, games, interactive displays, or guided nature walks. It’s an amazing event that gets people thinking about our natural environment while having a fun summer afternoon in the park!” – Jason Kang
Join us in Fish Creek Provincial Park for the 9th annual Parks Day & Creekfest on Saturday, July 20! This free family celebration of nature is a component of the Friends’ Watershed Awareness Campaign, designed to raise awareness in communities near the park about protecting our local waterways. Kids and families can have fun learning about environmental stewardship, conservation and biodiversity through educational games and activities!
Activities and Performers include
- Children’s area and inflatable slide
- Michelle and Peter – the Juggling Clowns
- Rattle and Strum, awarding-winning and nationally recognized local family performers
- Bud Edgar – Joker and Trick Roper
- Sheila Edgar – Ventriloquist and Trick Roper
Participating groups include Rocky Mountain Adaptive, Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation, Alberta Native Plant Council, Green Calgary, Glenbow Ranch Park Foundation and many more!
Stay tuned for more information
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All of the activities throughout the event are free, however the Friends of Fish Creek sincerely appreciate donations towards the cost of the event.
Sponsorship opportunities available to support this truly unique event in Fish Creek! To support Creekfest, please contact Friends’ Executive Director, Nic Blanchet at 403-238-3841 or email@example.com
We gratefully acknowledge the generous donation from The Calgary Foundation and the Pumphouse Theatre that has helped make the use of “The Calgary Foundation Centennial Stage” possible.