The Fat Cat Children’s Festival returns to Waterfront Park in Kelowna on June 8-9. Photo: Capital News files

Fat Cat Children’s Festivals returns June 8-9

Kelowna event held at Waterfront Park

The annual Fat Cat Children’s Festival will take place from Friday, June 8, and Saturday, June 9.

To accommodate the event, Waterfront Park will be open to ticket holders only June 8, from 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m., and June 9, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

In a change from past years, the Fat Cat Festival Parade on June 9, 11 a.m., will take place within Waterfront Park.

The Dolphins Parking Lot will be closed June 8, from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m., and June 9, from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. There will also be on-street parking restrictions on Water Street, from Sunset Drive to Cawston Avenue, on June 8, from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m., and June 9, from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Residents can reduce traffic and parking congestion by choosing various modes of active transportation, such as biking, walking and carpooling.

Visit www.SMARTtrips.ca to learn more about how the city supports and promotes active transportation through events, programs and education.

For up-to-date road work, road closures and potential delays, visit www.kelowna.ca/roadreport.

Just Posted

Poppadoms and Kelowna RCMP look for witnesses of alleged theft

A generator attached to the food truck was cut last night

Motorcyclists hit on William R. Bennett bridge

RCMP are asking for any witnesses to come forward

First Advance Voting Numbers released for West Kelowna

On Oct. 10 742 ballots were cast for the upcoming municipal election

Fork and Spoon fundraiser raises $20,000

The Central Okanagan Food Bank played host to the unique dining experience

Okanagan Sun finish regular season atop B.C. Football Conference

Clinch home field advantage for Cullen Cup playoffs

Find me my furever home

Frankie is available for adoption from the Kelowna BC SPCA

Documentary series investigates missing North Okanagan women

APTN Investigates: Dark Valley airs Oct. 19

Enbridge to begin building road to access pipeline explosion site in B.C.

An explosion Tuesday knocked out a 91-centimetre line

Andrew Scheer on revamped NAFTA deal: ‘I would have signed a better one’

Conservative leader says he wouldn’t have signed USMCA

Matheson will have NHL hearing after Canucks rookie Pettersson hit

The 19-year-old Swedish centre appeared woozy after the hit

GUEST COLUMN: A better way to manage B.C.’s public construction

Claire Trevena responds to Andrew Wilkinson on NDP union policy

B.C. brewery creates bread beer from food waste

The brew aims to raise food waste awareness and provide funds for the food bank

Dad files Charter challenge after B.C. bans kids from taking transit unsupervised

Adrian Crook is taking his fight to B.C. Supreme Court

B.C. VIEWS: Cast your municipal vote for sanity on homelessness

Thousands on waiting list while anti-capitalist bullies get priority

Most Read