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CityFest

A North Shore Festival by Youth for Youth

May 6, 2017
City Skate Park, 2300 Lonsdale Avenue

The youth of the North Shore present CityFEST, the largest Youth Week event in the Lower Mainland. There's always a great line up of activities that includes live local youth music and a dance showcase on the big stages skateboard competition, longboard race, local youth art show, BBQ and food booths, prizes and games. Plus, learn to skate safe with free longboard lessons. Helmet and waiver form signed by parent required.

Visit the CityFest Facebook page for all the latest news and updates (waiver forms here)

CityFest 2017

Attention Youth! CityFest Volunteers Needed

Want to get involved? Earn some volunteer hours? Have the best day ever? CityFest needs 100 volunteers to help make this year's youth festival the best yet.

Volunteer training takes place Thursday, May 4 from 3:30pm-5pm at North Shore Alliance Church. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact daves@nsac.bc.ca

CityFest on Facebook

For more info, volunteer opportunities (event day or help plan the next event) visit the CityFest Facebook page.

 

CityFest Background

CityFest started in 2002 when the City threw a party with some youth serving agencies to celebrate the opening of the Centennial Skate Park. That party included a BBQ and a small skate competition. Since that time, CityFest has grown to include performing artists, visual arts displays, interactive projects, food and the largest skate competition in Metro Vancouver. The festival, which is held annually during Youth Week, is run by youth, for youth - volunteers meet throughout the year to plan, coordinate and execute the event.

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