Kids Day in the Park on Saturday

Lots to do and see at Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park upper meadow grounds

  • Jun. 19, 2013 8:00 a.m.

Record Staff

It’s all things kids at the Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park Saturday afternoon, as children of all ages can enjoy music, games and more at the upper meadow grounds.

The annual Kids Day in the Park features the Kerplunks, Juno-nominated, award-winning children’s entertainers who promise to bring high-energy, colourful performances to the stage.

In addition to the four-piece band, there will also be games, face painting by Magical Faces, a bubble tank, food and door prizes.

Tickets are $5 per person, and available at Whale’s Tale Toys, Podlings and Planet Kids (downtown) in Courtenay, and Benino Gelato and Planet Kinds in Comox.


They are also available online at or at the Filberg Gift Shop.



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