22nd Annual Children’s Faire

The San Jose Children’s Faire this Saturday, April 24 is a free outdoor festival designed to link parents and caregivers of young children (ages 2 to 12) with community organizations that serve their needs.

The festival includes family-oriented stage entertainment (throughout the day), activity booths offering hands-on activities for children, in addition to information about education, childcare, health and safety resources, creative arts and recreational programs. Some of the special attractions include Día de los Ninos Storytime, A Schmahl Science Workshop, Rock climbing wall, San Jose Library InfoBus, San Jose Fire Department, plus over 40 activity booths. Booths are staffed by local non-profits, community organizations, local government services, and business which provide services for families with young children.

The event features:

Dillon, Storyteller/Singer at 11:30 am; winner of the National Parent’s Choice Approval Award and a recipient of the Best Newcomer Award by nationally syndicated children’s music critic Deborah Moore.

Welcoming remarks at noon, Vice Mayor Judy Chirco.

Jerome Soto, Park Ranger, with Jeckyll the Crow at 1:30 pm.

San Jose Children’s Faire
Discovery Meadow
West San Carlos Street and Woz Way

Saturday, April 24
10:30 am – 3:00 pm

Parking near the Children’s Discovery Museum
Use of public transit is strongly encouraged.

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