Kitchener — The City of Kitchener and the Kitchener Public Library offer a series of fun, free activities for children during the winter school holidays.
The KidsPark Winter Festival takes place December 28th through January 7th at the city’s library.
Activities range from storytime sessions and craft-making workshops to winter science-themed events to outdoor parties by the Central Library on January 7th.
Other events include a performance by Eric Traplin and a virtual program with the Toronto Zoo via Zoom.
Many activities are for all ages, but there are also activities for specific age groups. Some activities require pre-registration.
“This year’s KidsPark Winter Festival is a great opportunity to spend quality time with family and friends and keep the kids entertained this holiday season,” said Jeff Young, the city’s special events manager, in a release. I’m here.
“We are grateful for our continued partnership with the City of Kitchener and will ensure that Kidspark is one of the special annual events that brings our community together,” said Kitchener Public Library Children and Teen Services Department. Lindsey Skeen, manager, added.
Visit kitchener.ca/kidspark or kpl.org/kidspark for the daily schedule and to register for specific activities.
For more information on other city events this winter, visit kitchenerevents.ca.