Children's Water Festival

Children's Water Festival

Children's Water Festival

The Sudbury Children’s Water Festival is a free fun and educational event for students in grade 3 to learn about the importance of water in their daily lives. It features activity stations based around different water themes such as conservation, protection, science and technology.

The festival takes place at Anderson Farm Museum located at 550 Regional Rd 24, Lively on September 20 and 21, 2017.

In 2016, over 700 grade 3 students participated in the Water Festival over the course of the two days.

The Sudbury Children’s Water Festival relies extensively on volunteer and financial support from the community. 

How the festival works

The festival is outdoors and will be held rain or shine.

Groups of approximately ten students per teacher or supervisor, will move from booth to booth, seeing about 18 booths during their visit.

Every ten minutes a buzzer will sound and the group will move from one station to the next, following their map and itinerary.

A large canopy tent will be set up for students to have lunch under. Students, teachers and chaperones must provide their own lunches and are strongly encouraged to pack a litterless lunch.

Bathrooms breaks should be done during the break period or lunch.

What to bring

  • Weather-appropriate clothing
  • Lunch and a reusable water bottle
  • Name tags for each student, teacher and adult supervisor
  • Class list
  • Site maps and scheduler for each supervisor

Contact Us

For more information contact:

City of Greater Sudbury
Environmental Planning Initiatives
200, Brady Street
PO Box 5000, STN A
Sudbury, Ontario
P3A 5P3