The Crescent Beach Waterfront Festival

Festival focuses on water safety

Annual event to held at Crescent Beach on Wednesday

The Crescent Beach Lifeguard Corp. is to host its annual Waterfront Festival July 31.

The event, set for 1-5 p.m. at the foot of Sullivan Street, aims to highlight the importance of being safe while enjoying activities on and around the water, said Crescent Beach head lifeguard Jason Carter.

“It’s geared towards educating kids and families on water safety… and having fun on the beach for the day,” he said.

The event will feature firetruck tours, a visit from the coast guard and information booths, as well as kid-friendly activities including facepainting and games.

For more information, visit www.crescentbeach.bc.ca

 

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