The Great Lake Water Festival
Water Festival activity station

Water Conservation Event for grade 4 students!

The Great Lake Water Festival is an annual event designed to motivate students in Grade 4 to become water stewards in their homes, classroom, and community. Activity stations combine interactive, hands-on learning opportunities for students to ‘soak up’ knowledge on water conservation and protection, water health and safety, water science and technology, water and society , and indigenous water teachings.

2018 Great Lake Water Festival is Thursday, Jun 7 2018 at Lake Ontario Park (King St. West at Country Club Drive, Kingston ON)

Registration is now open – please use the form below to register your class for the water festival. Busing is the responsibility of the registrant. Students will need to arrive at Lake Ontario Park between 9:00 AM – 9:45 AM and the festival runs until 2:00 PM. Split Grade 3/4 and 4/5 classes are welcome. Please book your bus AFTER your registration is confirmed. If you have any questions please contact Krista at kfazackerley@crca.ca or call 613-546-4228 ext. 243.

The Great Lake Water Festival is brought to you by: Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority, City of Kingston, Katarokwi Indigenous Grandmothers Council, KFL&A Public Health, Limestone District School Board, Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, Queen’s University, Utilities Kingston.

Registration is closed – our festival is at capacity. If you would like to be put on a waiting list please email Krista at kfazackerley@crca.ca with the following info – teacher name, number of students, school name, email and phone number.