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Vermont's largest kids festival

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  May 14, 2009 11:44 AM

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Kids-Beach.jpg Vermont's largest festival just for kids, is coming your way on Saturday, May 16. With attendance of up to 6,000, the 24th Annual Kids Day Festival is open to all young people who bring a positive attitude, good energy, and ear to ear grin. The Festival features an entertainment stage that will host local youth musicians and also youth from Quebec participating in the first year of a cultural exchange sharing music and heritage with Festival Memoire et Racines. Bring your kids up to Lake Champlain this weekend for some fun in the sun, drumming workshops, myriad activities, and even Native American storytelling. Admission is just the cost of allowance - $1. Enjoy!

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