CBC Kids Days 2018 at CBC Toronto July 18 and July 19 2018
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CBC Kids Days 2018

Where

Toronto, ON
CBC Toronto, 250 Front St. W., M5V 3G5

When

July 18 and 19, 2018
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

CBC Kids Days is back July 18 and 19! Gather the little ones for an assortment of family-friendly crafts and activities, and stick around for some extra-special performances from some of your favourite CBC Kids stars! 

STAGE SCHEDULE

10:15-10:40   Studio K LIVE
11:00-11:15    True and the Rainbow Kingdom's Super Duper Dance Party
11:30-11:45    The Thrillusionists
12:15-1:00      Fred Penner
1:50-2:15       CBC Kids Friends Party*
2:30-2:55        Studio K LIVE

Fred Penner.

​*with PJ Masks, Walkaround Cookie Monster, True from True and the Rainbow Kingdom, Scout and Daisy, Chirp, Dot and Daniel Tiger ​

Studio K: Studio Tours and Filming
Get a sneak peek of the new Studio K! The home of CBC Kids is moving to the ground floor of CBC Toronto and you'll be among the first to see this amazing new 360 public-access space. The studio will be open for tours during CBC Kids Days from 10:00 - 3:00 and kids may end up camera!

 

The Furchester Hotel: Cookie Monster Meet and Greet
Walkabout Cookie Monster will be checking in to The Furchester Hotel at CBC Kids Days.  He’ll be there to meet and greet fans, and pose for photos at 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 1:15, 2:50. When he’s not there, fans are welcome to take photos at the desk and sign the guest book.

 

Pablo's World
CBC Kids Days can be loud and crowded! If you’d like a different sensory experience, we welcome you to visit Pablo’s World. Inside you can enjoy fun activities, watch videos, or just relax! Experts from the Geneva Centre for Autism are also inside, please come say hello!

 

Chirp & OwlKids: Tattoos and Meet and Greet
Kids can get their face painted like Chirp and get temporary tattoos applied. Chirp will make periodic meet and greet appearances at 10:30, 11:30, 1:00 and 2:50.

 

Dot's Green Screen Station
With the magic of technology, see yourself transported into Dot's world!

 

Kids Code Jeunesse
Electro Fingers and Micro:bit Watch demo, and Pi Coding Bracelet Activity. Kids Code Jeunesse is a Canadian not-for-profit organization dedicated to empowering children, educators and parents with the skills we all need to thrive in a technology driven society. By bringing digital learning experiences into the classroom and in communities, they teach Canadians how to be better thinkers and better creators in a digital world.

 

CBC Parents: Parents Pit Stop
This is a toddler-and baby-friendly space for parents who need a quiet place for breast or bottle feeding or quiet play. Located in CBC's Conference Centre, accessed from the southwest corner of the upper atrium where the stage is located.

 

SO MUCH MORE:

  • The Gumboot Kids: Nature Table & Outdoor Nature Craft
  • Ollie The Boy Who Became What He Ate: Food Costume Dress-up Station
  • CBCKids.ca Vlog Spot
  • Photos with the PJ Masks
  • True and the Rainbow Kingdom: Rainbow Ribbon Dancers
  • Wandering Wenda's Wheel of Wonder
  • Beat Bugs: Digital Dress Up
  • Learn to Camp with Parka and Parks Canada
  • Bouncy castles, ride-on motorcycles, face painting, photo ops!

 

Join our Facebook event page for updates! ​

Free admission.

 

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