KIDS’ CBC DAYS RETURN BIGGER THAN BEFORE WITH TWO DAYS OF FAMILY FUN EVENTS ON IN TORONTO
#KIDSCBCDAYS features free family-friendly entertainment including live stage performances, appearances by fan-favourite characters, interactive activities, giveaways and more!
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July 13, 2015 – The ultimate free family event of the summer, Kids’ CBC Days, is back and bigger than ever. Pre-schoolers, school-age kids, parents, caregivers, daycares and summer camps are all invited to take part in the annual two-day special event, which requires no registration. The fun happens July 29 and 30 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in Toronto (250 Front St. W.), featuring fan-favourite Kids’ CBC stars Patty and Sid, Mamma Yamma, Bookaboo, Arthur, Daniel Tiger, Super Why!, Chirp, The Moblees and Napkin Man.
For more information and program schedules for Kids’ CBC Days, please click here.
Children can enjoy live performances, take part in arts and crafts, games, interactive activities, stop by the green screen digital studio, jump around the bouncy castle and so much more! There will also be meet and greet opportunities throughout the day with the stars and characters of Kids’ CBC. The event includes both indoor and outdoor activities and takes place rain or shine. For more information on the schedule and event updates please visit: www.cbc.ca/parents or the Facebook event here.
About Kids' CBC
Kids' CBC celebrates and empowers Canadian children and families by giving them a voice, and creating smart, forward-thinking content that promotes children's well-being and development. Our educational mandate is to create shows that are age-appropriate and also actively promote healthy child development in all areas — cognitive, social, creative, emotional and physical. In addition to our award-winning Kids' CBC interstitial content (which specifically targets the five main areas of development), the programs in our lineup, both on-air and online, have been carefully selected to reflect a balance of a child's core developmental needs. Kids' CBC programs are available commercial-free in the morning on CBC TV, online at Kids' CBC 1 and Kids' CBC 2, the free TV for Me streaming app for iPad, and at YouTube.com/KidsCBC. The CBC Parents website extends the Kids' CBC experience by empowering parents and caregivers to implement the whole-child strategy in their everyday life with crafts, activities and helpful information.
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