SCHEDULE / PERFORMANCES

Our 2024 Festival will feature dazzling performances from artists far and wide. From local treasures to international gems, these captivating performers will put a smile on your child’s face and make you hoot with laughter. Discover our weekday and weekend performance times & schedule. View our event calendar.

  1. The Starting Point of Missy D: 1, 2, 3 let’s go, let’s go!  Missy D smiling with both hands in the air, while wearing a light purple jacket

    Missy D est une artiste hip-hop, rap et soul qui fait de sa musique une forme de thérapie pour exprimer tous ses sentiments, partager un message et se connecter avec son public. C’est une fusion des sons de son enfance allant des mélodies françaises, aux légendes du r&b, du rap, de la soul, du jazz, du rock et du hip hop. 

    Ages: All Ages (Grades: 1 and up) 
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  2. Nimihitowin!  An Indigenous female dancer in traditional regalia crouching on stage with glowing hoops placed in front of her.

    Powwow dance, hoop dance and Métis jigging are beautiful expressions of Indigenous Peoples’ rich history and culture. Nimihitowin! will mesmerize audiences with dramatic dancing, spectacular regalia and the subtle beauty of flute songs. 

    Ages: All Ages (Grades K‑12)
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  3. Tsatsu Stalqayu (Coastal Wolf Pack) Salish Songs and Stories 

    Just as wolves travel in packs and work together to flourish in life, our group runs with one heart and one mind. Teaching our children the songs, dances, and stories will keep our traditions alive for generations to come. Come see us perform traditional Salish song and dance at this year’s Festival. 

    Ages: All Ages (Grades: K‑12)
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  4. One of a Kind 

    One of a Kind is a series of stories performed by a talented, diverse group of extraordinary emerging storytellers. Each performer shares a one-of-a-kind tale from their childhood, filled with truths, cultural perspectives, challenges, laughs and adventures all accompanied by physical theatre, music and movement. 

    Ages: Ages 6 and up (Grades 1 and up)

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  5. Yassama and the Beaded Calabash  A woman in a red traditional African clothing with her arms outstretched and looking up.

    Rooted in African oral tradition, Yassama and the Beaded Calabash is the story of a young girl who, with the help of the old Baobab tree, saves her village from drought and delivers a powerful lesson about the importance of respecting and honouring Mother Earth. 

    Ages: Ages 3 and up (Grades PreK) 
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  6. Variety Show 

    This fun-filled evening is always a highlight for kids and adults alike. Hosted by Missy D, this year’s show, features 360 ALLSTARS, Nimihitowin!, One of a Kind and Jam Side Up!. 

    Ages: All Ages
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