The Winnipeg International Children's Festival, otherwise called Kidsfest, is a kids' celebration held every year at The Forks National Historic Park. The celebration is controlled by "Winnipeg International Children's Festival", which is a magnanimous, non-benefit, and the network-based association. Established in 1983, it was held at Assiniboine Park, at that point at Kildonan Park from 1984 through 1989, and in the long run, moving to its present area in 1990.
The celebration is comprised of more than 30 acts, held more than four days, totaling around 120 exhibitions. In 2008, the celebration got up to $100,000 in government financing through the Arts Presentation Canada program of the Department of Canadian Heritage. In 2011, 2012, and 2013, the celebration got $100,000 of government financing from the Canada Arts Presentation Fund.
Artist Bill Merritt, a Canadian shake bassist, was chief of the Festival, which he helped to establish. He kicked the bucket at age 66 from cerebrum growth on March 25, 2014, at Riverview Health Center, Winnipeg. He was made due by his better half and two kids. Kidsfest is Winnipeg's head family celebration with four long stretches of exceptional excitement and exercises, including specialists and gatherings from all through the world.