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Saturday, September 20, 2014

11:00am-5:00pm

Celebrating 14 Years in our Community!

What's On The Street?

NEW! Exciting news for The Word On The Street Kitchener.  This year The Word On The Street will take a new direction that focuses on actively engaging festival goers in all things literacy. We are moving away from the traditional exhibitor component and putting a whole new twist on the event. Throughout the downtown core we are going to program a variety of activities in various businesses for people to enjoy and be a part of. Check back soon for more information on this exciting new element of the event.
 
For more information please contact Catherine Sauder via email at catherine.sauder@kitchener.ca or by phone at 519-741-2200 x 7088
 

Downtown Kitchener welcomes The Word On The Street!  Join us on Saturday, September 20, 2014 for a day jam packed of author readings, poetry, author talks, play writes, music and children's activities in a number of locations in downtown Kitchener.  

 

VOLUNTEER WITH US

The Word On The Street festival relies on dedicated volunteers to make this event a success. There are a variety of volunteer roles to sign up for from pre-festival administrative tasks, to on-site talent liaison positions, and hands-on site set-up. There is plenty of work to be done and we appreciate your support! To learn more about volunteering, please contact us.

 

 

 

Family Fun

Are you ready to celebrate Canadian books?  We are!  Civic Square will be transformed into a giant party celebrating all things books and reading!  

 

Hosted by popular children's entertainer Erick Traplin, listen to some of Canada's best loved children's books read by local celebrity readers! Plus a full line-up of activities focused on kids and reading!  

 

      

     

    Literacy

    The Kitchener Public Library is your connection to literacy organizations in the community. 

     

    Visit Literacy Lane to learn how you can get involved in the local literacy community, and meet our local literacy groups.