It’s that time of March again! Elementary and secondary students have the week off for March break. Luckily for parents that don’t know what to do with their kids, Western Fair District has a family-friendly event going on this week. From 9:00am-5:00pm on March 14 and 15, there will be a series of animal-themed shows.
The four acts are: SuperDogs, Splash’N Boots, Soper Creek Wildlife Rescue and Canadian Raptor Conservatory’s Birds of Prey. Although they are highly entertaining, these shows are meant to be educational as well.
“We like to entertain but we like to educate as well. We’re an agricultural society so we do a lot of that through farm animals and agriculture through the fair” said Heather Blackwell, Director of Agriculture at the Western Fair District.
Soper Creek Wildlife Rescue
Witness and learn all about the Bob cat, Skunk, Porcupine, Opossum, Ground Hog and Rabbit!
Watch The President’s Choice SuperDogs do amazing things as you learn about the science that makes all dogs super! Meet the stars of the show after the performance at the Super Dogs Pat and Chat.
No family should miss out on Splash’N Boots yellow and blue interactive, spontaneous live performance and danceable music! Each show will include a concert followed by a meet and greet.
Birds of Prey
Flight demonstrations with free-flying birds of prey! Entertaining and educational fun for the whole family!