Community events coming up

Children’s Festival and other community events planned

Sunday, May 28

Children’s Festival

Mark May 28 on your calendars for the annual Children’s Festival in Boitanio Park.

The event takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and features many booths with activities and games for children including three face painting stations. There will be two magic shows with Clinton Grey, live music, door prizes and several food concessions.

There will also be multicultural activities, car seat checks and more, all happening in Boitanio Park with the only thing to pay for being the food.

Saturday, May 27

Sacred Heart Catholic

School hosts Mayfest

Sacred Heart Catholic School will host its first annual Mayfest celebration Saturday, May 27 from noon to 10 p.m. in the evening.

There will be live entertainment on an outdoor stage, a beer garden, and food vendors.

An open air market has been designed to represent a European square.

There will be a children’s activity area with face painting, games, balloons and snacks.

Entry to the grounds will be $5 for adults and $2.50 for children ages 10 to 18.

Children under age nine enter for free.

Vendors and performers who would like to participate are asked to call 250-267-1544 to register.

Saturday, May 27

TDC hosts

Junk in the Trunk

The Tourism Discover Centre will hold a unique garage sale called Junk in the Trunk in the centre’s parking lot Saturday, May 27 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

For a fee of $30 vendors will be provided with a parking spot from where they can sell their treasures from the box of their truck or trunk of their car.

Vendors can register through the Williams Lake and District Chamber of Commerce by calling 250-392-5025.

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