2023 Event Schedule

Additional Activities in the Park:

  1. Workshop Tent (available Saturday) – Spend time with our Main Stage performers and other professional artists as you learn new skills and have fun! These workshops are on a first come, first served basis. See full schedule for details on each scheduled workshop.
  2. Indigenous Village (sponsored by Penticton Indian Band Education Team) – Visit a tipi, listen to stories, get your picture in the wood carved canoe, join a drumming circle, learn Indigenous games, create an Indigenous art project. There are multiple activities happening in our Indigenous Village all day long.
  3. Moving Paper Crafts (sponsored by Penticton Public Library) – Each day, you can enjoy creating a different paper craft based on movement and fun!
  4. Human Spiro-graph (sponsored by Penticton Art Gallery) – Create a large Spiro-graph piece of art with your friends!
  5. Cultural Games (sponsored by SOICS) – Sit down and play games from other cultures with your friends.
  6. Create a Musical Instrument/Body Percussion (sponsored by Penticton Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts) – Build your own musical instrument or join in learning to use your body as a percussion instrument.
  7. Pioneer Artisanal Activities (sponsored by Penticton Museum)  – Explore skills that used to be a regular way of life for many that now have become an art form.
  8. LEGO Station (sponsored by Penticton First Baptist Church) – Spend some time building on your own or with friends.
  9. Art in Motion (sponsored by Ha Ha Ha Kidzfest) – A variety of art projects using motion to create. Squeegee art, Salad Spinner art, Marble art, Lazy Susan art will all happen at scheduled times throughout the day.
  10. Weaving Wall, Peg Board art, Community Poster Colouring (sponsored by Ha Ha Ha Kidzfest, Built by Princess Margaret School Tech Ed and SLMS grade 6 students) – Need a bit of a break? Spend a bit of time adding colour to our weaving wall, create a “Lite Brite” style picture at our pegboard stations or join in colouring one of the huge posters at our Poster Colouring stations.
  11. Ribbon Wand Dancing (sponsored by Ha Ha Ha Kidzfest) – Students may borrow one of our ribbon wands to dance along with the performances taking place on the Main Stage. Please remind students to use the wands responsibly and return them for other students to use.)
  12. Find a Joke (sponsored by Ha Ha Ha Kidzfest) – Hunt through the festival site and see if you can find all of our hidden jokes.
  13. Pop-up Play Places (sponsored by Ha Ha Ha Kidzfest) – Temporary activities including giant bubbles, hula hoops, sidewalk chalk and more will show up at random times and places in the festival. Will you be lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time?



This beautiful land on which we gather, play and live, is the ancestral, traditional and unceded territory of the Syilx (Okanagan) peoples, who have been here for thousands of years.