Kids’ CBC invites families to come out and celebrate the colourful Kite Festival of Spring in Mississauga on Saturday, March 21st and Brampton on Sunday, March 22nd from 11am – 4pm at the Bramalea City Centre, 25 Peel Centre Drive.
The exciting family events feature a full day of fun as kids have the opportunity to listen to South Asian stories, participate in creating kites and rangoli designs and play with spinning tops. There will be a digital gaming zone as well as a meet-and-greet with Kids’ CBC host Patty and fan-favourite characters including Bookaboo, Super WHY! and Daniel Tiger.
Kids will have a chance to appear on camera as the Kids' CBC team captures fun moments from the events to be featured on-air and on the Kids' CBC YouTube channel. For more information on Kids’ CBC and the Kite Festival of Spring, please visit www.cbc.ca/parents.
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 not only age-appropriate, but also actively promotes 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 in the morning on CBC TV, and 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.