It runs this Saturday at Dougall Park from 10 to 2.

The event put on by the Sunshine Coast Community Service aims to enrich the lives of children and families on the Sunshine Coast while delivering a magical afternoon of music, bubbles, art, dancing and interactive games.

There will also be opportunities for families to connect with members of the community and learn about valuable resources on the Coast.

All proceeds from the Children’s Festival and Duck Pluck raffle go to the Sunshine Coast Community Services Society, the largest non-profit on the Sunshine Coast.

The organization supports over 5,000 community members through 35 programs, including the Sunshine Coast Food Bank, Yew Transition House, Better at Home and Bellies and Babies.