Parksville Community Park is the place to be this Sunday for the annual KidFest. The event kicks off with the Quality Foods Celebration of Lights fireworks display the evening before.

KidFest this Sunday in Parksville

A day of activities and entertainment at Parksville Community Park

KidFest will be starting with a bang.

The annual festival kicks off Saturday evening with the Quality Foods Festival of Lights fireworks display as part of Beachfest.

Then on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Parksville Community Park will be filled with kids for a day of entertainment and activities.

The stage entertainment starts at 10 a.m. with Jangano Marimba. Other entertainment includes Ian Johnstone, Carlos & Carlitta Clowning, Innovate Dance Arts, Cassandra Karras’ School of Highland Dance and Mad Science.

Field activities include the Old El Paso Train,  and a number of different bouncy castles.

There is also the Quality Foods Children’s Sandcastle Competition. Kids can enter as an individual or a group. All age groups start at 11 a.m.

— NEWS Staff

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