Selkirk Waterfront Festival 2015
Mark the date on your calendar! The Selkirk Waterfront Festival will be held on Saturday May 23rd, from 10am-3pm.
Don’t miss this free, fun-filled family event that offers something for everyone! The Selkirk Waterfront Festival is an annual event hosted by the Burnside Gorge Community Association. Highlights include the Giant Swing Ride, fun inflatables, facepainting, balloon animals and duck pond in the Family Fun Zone; the international food court with some of Victoria’s foodie favourites (Puerto Vallarta Amigos, the Hungry Rooster, Langos by Louie, Mama Rosie’s and the Greek Community Society) and unique items for sale in the Artisan Craft Market.
Groove to the sounds of talented local performers Caleb and the Colts, the Lebeau-Petersen Band, and the boogie down beat of the Soul Shakers and keep on moving as Salsa Caliente Dance heats up the stage with a sizzling salsa performance! Wander down to the inner waterway to catch the Fairway Gorge Super Sprints Dragon Boat Races which are held the same day.
There are many opportunities to get involved in this fantastic community event:
Volunteers – The Selkirk Waterfront Festival would not be possible without the help of amazing volunteers. There are a number of positions available this year including: site set-up and take-down, traffic control, family fun zone, stage assistants, vendor crew, recycling and clean-up crew, volunteer headquarters and many more!
Vendors – We have vendor spaces available for the 2015 Selkirk Waterfront Festival. Don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity to share your talents and skills with the community.
Sponsors – Become a sponsor of the Selkirk Waterfront Festival and be a part of the celebration. There are many ways to support this event, be it through donations of cash or in-kind services.
For more information on how you can be a part of this year’s event please contact Suzette Delmage at 250-388-5251 ext. 225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Selkirk Waterfront Festival
Saturday, May 23rd, 2015
Waterfront Crescent and Selkirk Green Park (just a few steps away from the Jutland and Gorge Road East intersection)