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  1. Burt the Beetle with Ashley Spires

    Ashley Spires continues to delight classes, teachers, and families with her prolific and delightful books. In Burt the Beetle Lives Here, our favourite bug learns about the different places insects call home.

    A picture of author Ashley Spires beside a cover of her book Burt the Beetle Lives Here. Text states Wednesday, October 19th.
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  2. Guide to Feasting at the Festival

    We are excited to offer a wide selection of local Food Trucks at this year’s festival, with enough variety to satisfy each family member’s tastes and cravings! Check out our Guide to Feasting at this year's Festival!

    A promotional image for the food trucks at the 2023 children's festival. In the top row, from left to right, there is an image of an Elotes corn cob, a Potato Hurricane, Saffron Ice Cream, and Baklava. On the bottom row, from left to right, there's an image of two food trucks from Meet2Eat catering, an ice cream cone, a falafel, and more spiralized potato's on sticks.
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  3. Youth for Youth

    The Vancouver International Children’s Festival Society’s Youth for Youth (Y4Y) program provides training, mentorship and performance opportunities for emerging artists and young people ages 19–35. The…

    Members of the ‘One of a Kind’ performance group smiling at the camera next to each other, in front of the tree.
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  4. Relaxed Performance

    The Vancouver International Children’s Festival is committed to making performances accessible to all, and we are excited to include sensory-friendly performances in our lineup this year.

    Picture of the letter RP standing for Relaxed Performance
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