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Family Fun

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At FloydFest, Kids are never an afterthought- they’re a centerpiece! Our aptly-named Children’s Universe encompasses several acres of prime real estate in our main field area, such that kids can engage in a TaekwonDo class, tetherball match, or debut an act during the kids’ Open Mic,  and parent’s aren’t missing their favorite set on the Dreaming Creek Main Stage!


Conscientious programming is applied to our CU, just like every other stage and area at FloydFest. We have a dedicated stage with performances by and for kids of all ages.

On-going activities include a toddler playground, family sized sandbox, rock stacking, a huge wooden play arc and more!  Our “mother tent” offers a semi-private area for changing diapers, feeding little ones, etc.

Join us on Saturday at noon for our annual PEACE PARADE! Bring your own costumes and instruments or borrow from our stash and  join Becki the Balloon Lady, Jugglers, Puppets, Stilt Walkers and musicians, (and any and everybody else!) as we parade around the FloydFest site.


Each year includes several scheduled “workshops” for kids, including Art workshops with Katherine Devine and a 3 day TaekwonDo Clinic. Don’t miss witnessing our TaekwonDo instructor break a concrete block on Sunday!

Have the kids pack their guit-fiddle and sign up for on Open Mic slot, throughout the weekend. Plus, dress-up tent, balls, tether ball and lots more fun stuff.

We also offer CHILDCARE!

*Cooperative* children from ages 2 to 10 years (potty trained children only please!)

  • $8.00 per hour
  • 30 minute minimum, 3 hour maximum
  • Reservations, check-in, drop-off and pick-up are all located inside the Children’s Universe at our Info booth.
  • Maximum capacity:  12 kids a one time – first come first serve strategy used
  • Reservations will be accepted starting on Thursday
  • Babysitting Hours: 3-6pm Wednesday, 12-8pm Thursday-Saturday and 12-4pm on Sunday

Children’s Workshops

We are currently occupied brainstorming ways to keep your kids happily occupied during FloydFest 2015. Check this page in early Spring for a specific schedule of workshops and activities for the yung’uns.