Ottawa’s children’s festival May 2009

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Ottawa’s children’s festival May 2009

This sounds like fun!  We may take a quick family trip to Ottawa this spring so did some quick research.  I hadn’t heard of the Ottawa children’s festival before – but their website says it has been around since 1985 and attracts 17,000 people.  That many kids can’t be wrong!

So – if you want to check it out, visit http://www.ottawachildrensfestival.ca/index.html.  The activities run from May 27 – 31st this year.  Come to think of it – if you do go, let us know what you thought was the coolest and why?   Send us pictures if you take them.  It might also be great to hear if there were activities to do with your friends, and if you think it would be something we should tell all our Andy Camper friends about for next year!

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