Bibbity Bobbity Boo fun fest

Get ready for a weekend of entertainment for the whole family.

Get ready for a weekend of entertainment for the whole family.

Bibbity Bobbity Boo fun fest is the cool place to bring your kids to hang out this Sunday.

With balloons, bubbles, bouncy castles and more, this festival will offer hours of fun for the whole family, plus include inspiring live performances and engaging kid crafts, wet and wild sprinkler fun and games.

“It’s going to be an amazing weekend,” said coordinator Dawn Deydey. “We’ve got Wapiti on Friday and Saturday, then BobBity on Sunday.

“This family inspired fun fest aims to please kids of all ages and is sure to be as much fun for the littlest ones as it will be for those that are just young at heart.”

BibBity BobBity Boo -Fernie’s fun fest is made possible through funding from Fernie Heritage Library, Fernie Mountain Market, Teck, City of Fernie and the East Kootenay Community Credit Union, with support from EK Kids, Gearhub and the Fernie and District Arts Station.

“Thanks to the support of our funders we’ve been able to bring an incredible line up of B.C. kids’ performers to entertain us this year,” said Deydey.

“This hip and happening kids festival is guaranteed to entertain with performances from Tipi A GoGo, Kiki the Eco Elf and Music with Marnie from Vancouver, plus special performances from Fernie’s own Sonia Roy, Kylie Walker, local DJs spinning kids tunes and a special kids inspired performance from Shred Kelly.”

BibBity BobBity Boo -Fernie’s fun fest takes place on Sunday August 20 from 11 a.m. till 3 p.m. To learn more about the performers and scheduled line up, please visit www.mountainmarket.ca

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