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Northern Alberta International Children's Festival of the Arts

City of St-Albert
5 St Anne St, St Albert, AB T8N 3Z9
Phone : (780) 459-1542


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Edmonton and area (St-Albert)

School year/Age

Preschool to Grade 6

Language level

French as a First Language
French immersion
French as a Second Language

School subject (primary)

Fine Arts

Links with the curriculum

Each Feature Performance and Site Activity is connected to education curriculum. For example the feature performance; Will Stroet connects by way of literacy, music education, creativity cooperation, confidence, compassion, environmental stewardship, road safety, healthy & active living, sportsmanship. Whereas a site activity; Trad'badour connects by way of communities in Canada, culture in communities, French Canadian history, artistic expression, music appreciation, melody and rhythm, exploring and respecting ideas and attentive listening.


While we do have a fleet of volunteers to make sure the event runs smoothly, the Festival requires groups to have chapeones/supervisors in attendance.


From May 30 to June 4, 2017


Our Festival runs for 6 days. Our Feature Performances are a variety of lengths and can run from 45-65 minutes. Our Site Activities are also a variety of lengths and can run fro 30 to 60 minutes.


Cost varies between $3 to $15. 


For over 35 years, the International Children’s Festival of the Arts has been a staple event for children and families across the region – educating, entertaining and inspiring thousands of kids each spring. The largest of its kind in North America, this top-notch, annual kids’ arts and culture extravaganza returns along the picturesque banks of the Sturgeon River in downtown St. Albert from May 30 to June 4, 2017. Your Passport To Adventure awaits with a jam-packed lineup of entertainment from around the globe. Armed with a natural sense of curiosity and adventurous spirit, kids get to explore distant lands and create memories to last a lifetime close to home. This year, Will Stroet will offer a bilingual performance, and Trad'badour will also present in French.