Eugene Weekly : 2008 Eugene Celebration : 9.11.08


Just for Kids
Courtney Jacobs

The Eugene Celebration isn’t just about entertaining the adult generation; the young ones are welcome too. So this year, bring the kids along with you to enjoy the fun and excitement that the celebration has to offer. The KidZone is for families, parents and children 3- to 12-years-old and includes face painting, magic shows, snow cones, kid yoga, gymnastics, dancing, art contests and much more.  And one of the best parts?  Free admission!

At noon on Saturday, Sept. 13, Professor Pour Q. Pine will get the show started; at 12:45 pm Dr. Delusions, the illusions magician, will be performing his magic; at 1:30 pm get ready to wiggle with Upstart Crow Studios/All That Dance, which will be teaching the kids ways to demonstrate their power of creative expression. Nextup at 2:15 pm is Musical Feet, known for “enhancing the lives of students of all ages through music and dance”; at 3:00 pm Yoga West will help the kids control some energy for the day; at 3:45 pm Invincible Vince Magic will be performing more fun and magic for the kids; 4:30 pm consists of more dancing with TaDa Dance; and last, but not least, at 5:15 pm Phil Crossen Magic will inspire his audience with magic tricks and more.

Saturday isn’t the only day for joy and enchantment; Sunday has a few new performers to add to the lineup, such as local faves John Baumann, Devin Newman and Olem Alves, along with of the same entertainers from Saturday. To check out the full schedule as well as the fun booths and activities that will be set up in the KidZone, please visit



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Just for Kids

The Official Eugene Celebration Site Schedule, Map, Directions and more




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