Kitsap Water Festival is a whole day of learning about and celebrating water. Education experts, environmental professionals, storytellers, entertainers and members of the community make this a fun event for local students.
The Festival is open to 4th grade students (3rd grade for North Kitsap School District and Bainbridge Island).
Students, teachers, and chaperones arrive at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds and receive a schedule for the day. They attend presentations, free time exhibits and a magic show. The day’s events include discovering the hydrologic cycle; how to use our water resources wisely; fish and wildlife habitat; streams and wetlands; marine science; and pollution prevention.
District buses are sponsored by Kitsap Water Purveyors.
Teachers: want your class to attend Water Festival?
Participating classes are chosen by the School District Curriculum Offices. Check with them for more details.
See below for ways to participate and support the Festival.
Provide 35-minute presentations about water
Present a water-related exhibit for students to visit during free time
Assist with presentations, activities, setup and/or cleanup
Be a financial sponsor of the Festival
Festival Brought to you By: Kitsap Public Health District; Kitsap County Public Works; Kitsap Public Utility District; Silverdale Water District; City of Bremerton Public Works; Parametrix; City of Bainbridge Island. Project team
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