Sunday, September 22, 2013, in Civic Square and around City Hall
11am - 5pm
The Word On The Street is a great place for families to discover or rediscover the joy of reading.
Visit Treasure Island, a youth stage, where children can listen to authors read from there latest books. You can follow the adventures of 3 little boys as they help the Saskatchewan Roughriders make the playoffs. Learn how to stay safe in a fire from Saskatoon's own Captain Ed. Rediscover Christmas traditions and the meaning of love and family. Listen to the story of a young aboriginal boy who finds friendship and acceptance in unexpected places. This is only a small sample of what's in store for those who venture to Treasure Island.
Attend The Word On The Street's first bilingual rock concert for kids!!!!
young aboriginal boy who finds friendship and acceptance in unexpected places. It is a wonderful adventure for young readers who struggle with bullying and rejection For teens, you will find your favourite local authors on the stages - then for a real treat come and listen to Sask@teens - Saskatoon's next generation of authors. Local teens will share their original writing - moving, funny, dark, whimsical. Hear from this very talented group of up and comers!
And that's not all - there will be roaming performers, local mascots, craft stations and sidewalk games - fun for everyone.
CHECK OUT AUTHORS AND EXHIBITORS
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