Welcome to the 1940s!
Happy Singing Sunday, and welcome to our 1940s themed week!
Today we present Dave and Diane Battler performing Bésame Mucho, a song origianlly written by Consuelo Velázquez in 1940.
Since the song was written in 1940 many well known musicians today have covered it, including Andrea Bocelli.
Welcome to Musing Monday!
Today we are reflecting on a dark part of Canada's history. Today's video is a portrait done by Jenn Weatherall of Joy Kogawa.
Joy Kogawa lived in a Japenese Interment Camp in British Columbia from the age of 7-14, and now she shares her story through her writing.
To find work of Jenn Weatherall's work.
We must continue to reflect on our mistakes and learn from them in order to avoid similar tragedies from ever happening again.
Music by Tim Moher
Kid Time Tuesday
Happy Kid Time Tuesday!
Today we bring you a tutorial on how to make your own board game! Before there were video games, board games were a popular way to spend your time with friends and family.
Using this tutorial, you can make your own completely customizable board game. You can create a board game that you are guaranteed to love, since you made it yourself!
Materials you will need to make & then play your board game:
1. Bristol board or large piece of paper
3. Black or dark coloured marker
4. Pencil crayons/markers/crayons
6. Checkers/small toys/anything you find around your house that can be used as game pieces!
We hope you enjoyed today's tutorial, we'll see you tomorrow for Wellness Wednesday. :)
Welcome to Wellness Wednesday!
Today Hepcat Swing gives you a tutorial on how to do a simple swing dance move, without needing a partner. You can learn this from the comfort of your home, and you don't need any previous swing dance knowledge!
Swing dance was popularized in the 1930s and 1940s, and still continues to be a fun and popular dance style to this day!
Did you try out this dance move? Share your videos with the hashtag #KWBestival2020!
Where to find Hepcat Swing:
Welcome to Throwback Thursday!
Today’s content is a little bit different... we want to see YOUR throwbacks from past Bestivals!
Share you pictures and videos from Bestival 2017, 2018, or 2019 to be featured on our social media!
Use the hashtag #KWBestival2020 on social media and tag us so we can see the post!
We’re excited to see your pictures & videos!
Free for All Friday
Today is Free for All Friday!
This week we are showcasing a duo from Guelph, Tragedy Ann. Their music can be described as a forward-looking folk duo.
Today we are showing a video of a performance of their song “The Last Thing”, which was recorded last summer.
Recently, they have started Reverse-Porch Parties as a way to perform while also respecting COVID-19 restrictions. To learn more about Tragedy Ann & listen to their music, you can find them here:
Tragedygram on Instagram