Kids Fun Festival Saturday in Cupertino

Public workshop to review three concepts for Memorial Park

A major celebration of the West Valley’s diversity and multi-culturalism is coming to Cupertino this weekend, with attendance expected to top 30,000.

The annual Kids Fun Festival is one of the largest children’s festivals in the Bay Area, with activities and learning opportunities for people of all ages. This is the 10th anniversary of the event.

This year’s edition will feature a number of events:

  • Multicultural performance groups,
  • Learning exhibitions for attendees to learn from West Valley residents about their cultural traditions,
  • Obstacle course and field games,
  • Bounce houses,
  • Pony rides,
  • Numerous hands-on focused science and technology activities, and
  • Parade showcasing the tradition attire of many different countries.

Originally developed as a celebration of Taiwanese culture and heritage, the Kids Fun Festival has become a significant multicultural event for the region, embracing cultures from many geographic backgrounds.

The Kids Fun Festival is this Saturday, August 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. It is held at Cupertino’s Memorial Park, 21121 Stevens Creek Blvd.

It is free to attend.

With so many attendees, parking can be a challenge, though free parking is available across the street from Memorial Park at De Anza College.

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