Posts Tagged: vancouver

13 face painting tips and tricks

Each year at the Vancouver International Children’s Festival we paint the faces of thousands of children. Take into account that the Festival has been around for 40 years and that adds up to a lot of faces! With all that experience, you might say that we’re experts on the subject!
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Vancouver International Children’s Festival Week

In honour of our 40th festival, Vancouver’s mayor, Gregor Robertson, has proclaimed the week of May 28th as “Vancouver International Children’s Festival Week” in Vancouver. Our Mayor loves our festival just as much as we do, stating “As 2017 marks the 40th festival, I was thrilled to proclaim the week
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Notice of our 2016 Annual General Meeting

You are cordially invited to attend the Annual General Meeting for the Vancouver International Children’s Festival Society on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 at 6:00 pm. DATE:  Wednesday, December 7, 2016 TIME:  Arrival 5:30 pm / Meeting 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm Refreshments and hor d’oeuvres to follow. LOCATION: Vancouver International Children’s Festival
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Tales of a Charlie Brown Christmas with the Jerry Granelli Trio

Coastal Jazz in partnership with the Kay Meek Centre and the Vancouver International Children’s Festival presents: Tales of a Charlie Brown Christmas with the Jerry Granelli Trio and guest Irwin Park School Children’s Choir Friday, December 9 at the Kay Meek Centre at 8pm. Tickets: $38 / $32 (senior) / $29 (limited
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Vancouver Mayor’s 2016 Arts Awards

Congratulations to long time Vancouver International Children’s Festival volunteer, Mary Jane Morita for winning the 2016 Mayor’s Arts Award in volunteerism!   Mary Jane Morita has generously volunteered her time to a large number of Vancouver region non-profit societies, the Vancouver International Wine Festival, Vancouver Art Gallery, Bard on the
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RBC Donates $5,000 to Youth for Youth Program

We’re pleased to announce that RCB has donated $5,000 this year to our inspiring Youth for Youth Program. Y4Y supports young emerging artists gain valuable real-life skills to further their careers in the arts typically in the fields of music and theatre. This year, the Festival is working with the Still Moon Arts Society, which
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Spring into arts activities!

Looking for ways to occupy and maybe even stimulate your kids brains and creative muscles over the two-week March break? We’ve compiled a list of great arts camps and activities in the Lower Mainland. ArtSpace Spring Break Arts Camp, Burnaby March 9-13 & March 16-20 half-days, full days, ages 4,5
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