Carnival is for kids, too

The annual Children's Carnival Village opens Wednesday evening.  The Village has been built at the bulkhead of the Creek near the Virgin Islands National Park headquarters.  A handful of volunteers from St. John Rotary created the alcohol-free alternative to the 'adult' Village which springs up each year at the Cruz Bay parking lot by the Post Office.

The Children's Village offers games such as strongman, milk bottle knockdown, hot wheel racing and even in inflated castle to explore, according to the St. John Source.  All the money collected for tickets to the games goes back into prizes and refreshments, Rotarians said.

3 thoughts on “Carnival is for kids, too”

  1. Kid’s village was PACKED! Huge turn out and everyone had a great time. There were a lot of volunteers and they had it opened up and ready to go right on time. I’m so thankful that the time and dedication is put into this event so that the younger St. Johnians and visitors can experience Carnival time in a safe fun place. Many thanks to the Rotary and to all of the volunteers!

  2. We LOVE being there during Carnival…out daughter totally enjoys the Kids Village…kudos to everyone who makes it fun and safe for our little ones…

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