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For the Kids

What To Bring

For a successful and comfortable festival experience with kids, may we suggest the following:

  • Bring a stroller or wagon for little legs that might need a break.

  • Sunscreen, hat, visor, sunglasses!  We are expecting sunshine and warm weather, but always good to check weather first.

  • Blankets to sit on while watching performances at the outdoor amphitheater.

  • Head to the food court for snacks, drinks, and lunch; you’ll find Sushi, Teriyaki Chicken, hot and cold drinks, Spam Musubi, Yaki Soba, Mochi, and more!

  • Plenty of energy for the Kids Zone, Bungee Bouncing, Pony Rides, Petting Zoo and more!

We are glad you are here!  Be sure to check out the Festival Programs on the stage of the outdoor amphitheater and the indoor Quinlan Center - Cupertino Room.  

 

Be sure to visit the various cultural exhibits both inside the Quinlan Center and the Japanese Artisan Pavilion at the Senior Center building.  

 

There are hands-on demonstration in many areas where kids can make their own art and crafts to take home.

We also have vendors all around for you to shop that special keepsake for yourself or someone else.

What To See

Please see our 

 

Festival Program Full Schedule

which includes Japanese dances and martial arts, tea ceremony and much, much more.

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Cupertino Cherry Blossom Festival - April 27-28, 2019, 10am-5pm. Free Admission. Free Parking.