April 26, 2017 | Island Grove Park

About the Festival

What: A free event where Colorado Water professionals provide presentations and activities about water, conservation, health, and aquatic life. A wide range of curriculum areas are covered, including language arts, math, science, social studies, visual art, and health.

Who: 4th grade students in Weld, Morgan, and Adams Counties.

Why: To teach students that water is an essential, limited resource and that they can take action. The event provides teachers with materials and lessons that they can use for years to come.

The Central Colorado Water Conservancy District created the Children’s Water Festival in 1991. This festival is one of the oldest children’s water festivals in the nation. In 2006, the City of Greeley Water Conservation and Stormwater programs began co-sponsoring the event.

A collection of some of the awesome thank you letters that we've received from students after this year's Water Festival. ...

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Thank you to our sponsors. These organizations make the Children's Water Festival possible! ...

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Letter from Rebecca

Rebecca

Alexy

Alexy

Letter from Luis

Luis

Letter from Kira

Kira

For More Information

For additional information on the Children’s Water Festival, please contact Kathy Parker at KParker@ccwcd.org or 970-330-4540.

Get updates on the event and water education resources by following the Children’s Water Festival on Facebook. 

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Help create a successful educational experience for our children while promoting your business within the community.

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Get Involved!

Help make this year’s event be the best ever by adding your presentation or exhibition.

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