This festival is organized by a dedicated group of volunteers who love what this non-profit event brings to our bioregion. We are supported by a variety of local
businesses and organizations.
MANY THANKS TO ALL OUR
Saturday & Sunday at OC: Special Features
11-am until dinner
Student Centre (Lobby & Pit)
ACTIVIST ALLEY: If you need to process what you’ve watched or are looking for a way to put what you’ve learned into action, come visit our ACTIVIST ALLEY! Local groups & engaged & curious community members can share information & inspiration.
SEED SWAP: For all those who love to garden and grow food or flowers, even both (edible flowers!), please bring your seeds to share at the WCFF SEED SWAP Table. You’re welcome to swap your seeds for others that have been donated by fellow growers. The price is free for all those with a passion to plant. If your seeds are not packaged, just bring them in a large container/bag. (This swap could be a good start for those who are making SEED BOMBS in this community. Blooming sidewalks here we seed!)
KIDS & FAMILIES: Bringing kids? Check out our CHILDREN’S/FAMILY ACTIVITIES, Saturday 11:30am to 3:00pm, and Sunday 11:30am to 2:30pm. Children's activities include things like: face painting, poster art making, mask making, garden sign making, earth painting. Quiet family space will be available in the Aboriginal Student Centre, beside the Pit.
Any questions about these elements of the WCFF can be directed to Amber at: 250-860-6108
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We are pleased to help support these vital local community groups, thanks to your generous donations!
The Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society
The Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society will provide for the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being of all peoples through the development of community-based services, while encouraging the community to preserve, share and promote Aboriginal cultural distinctiveness.
Inn From the Cold Kelowna
Our Mission – to respond to the needs of people who are experiencing, or are at risk of homelessness, in a welcoming, compassionate and mutually respectful manner.