Kids Village


GrassRoots is for families!

Virginia Key GrassRoots Festival is a culturally rich, interactive experience with music, art, dance, healing arts, and a sustainability area for the whole family!  Plus, we have a special village just for kids where experienced staff  and volunteers organize special activities, explorations, art, entertainment and movement using our unique surroundings and our festival talent.  Join us Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in the Kid’s Village from 9am-7pm to enjoy workshops, create, and play! 

Learn to make Poi, play drums, hula hoop, enjoy yoga, listen to stories told by professional storytellers, create art, play on the nearby playground or join in on a walk-a-bout to find native birds and flowers, as well as beach combing and critter collecting! Splatter Creative Community (formally U-Doodle) from University of Miami will paint, draw, and play with us all weekend long.

Daily programming held in the Kid’s Village. Additional kid’s activities in the D2.1 Sustainability Stage (check the program schedule for happenings at the D21 Sustainability Stage).


2015 Kids’ Village Tent Schedule

9 am – 7 pm

9am Early Brafts
10am Story Telling
11am Walk-a-bout
1pm Beach Time
2pm Splatter Creative Community
2:30pm Hula Hoop Making for Kids Village
3:30pm Kids Ukulele Workshop
4pm Play Ground Obstacle Course

9 am – 7 pm
 Early Crafts
10am  Walk-A-bout
11:15am  Splatter Creative Community
1pm  Kids’ Drumming
2pm  Beach Comb Clean-Up & Art
2:30pm  Mr J Music
3pm  Poi Making
4 pm  Walk-A-bout

9am – 6:30 pm

10am  Creative Arts
11am  Family Massage Time
12pm  Poi Making
1pm  Walk A-bout
2pm  Emerge Miami Parade Prep
2:30pm  Parade
3pm  Beach Combing
3:30pm  Percussion Petting Zoo w/ Steve Gryb (Check him out:

4:306:30pm each day: bubbles, face painting & hooping


2016 KIDS’ Village Stage SCHEDULE

  Kids’ Yoga
1pm  Sacred Space Mandalas and Banners
2pm  Family Stories

9:30am  Super Storytime
10:30am  Laugh & Yoga
12:15pm  Kids Drumming

10:30am  Family Yoga
12:15pm  Tales
1:30pm  Kids’ Drumming

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