Ahuge component of the free arts festival in downtown Langley each year is always geared at the younger, aspiring artists among us. And at this weekend's event, there will be even more for the young and young at heart to enjoy, said organizer Teri James.
Dubbed the Children's Fun Park, the Langley Advance-sponsored kids area will once again offer a myriad of activities such as facepainting, chalk art, and craft-making. As well, Westminster Savings will be back at Arts Alive this year, partnering with Arts Umbrella to offer children's crafts. Plus stunt magician Wes Barker will be roaming throughout the day, along with a team of stilt-walkers.
Parents love to come and enjoy all the art and music at Arts Alive, it's just a natural, James said, the event also incorporate a kids area with arts-related stuff for the youngsters.
But to facilitate the growing demand, and all the fun kids activities, James said a decision was made this year to move the kids activities back into Salt Lane.
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