Saanich’s Playfair Park to host annual Fun in the Park picnic Sunday

Quadra Cedar Hill Community Association will host annual family friendly event July 20

The Quadra Cedar Hill Community Association will be hosting a family-friendly picnic at Playfair Park this Sunday.

The 15th annual Fun in the Park picnic takes place from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. Activities include face painting, children’s crafts and games.

There will also be musical entertainment by the Clover Point Drifters.

Hot dogs and drinks will be available by donation.

The picnic is part of the Saanich Summer Sunfest activities that occur throughout the summer in the community. The Quadra Cedar Hill Community Association encourages people to walk, cycle or car pool to the park in order to reduce parking issues. Admission to the picnic is free. For more information, call the Quadra Cedar Hill Association at 250-384-5190.

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