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SavvyMom April 8, 2016
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This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Ottawa International Children’s Festival (OICF). If you haven’t been before, this is the year to go and take advantage of the opportunity to introduce your children to worlds beyond their own.
Here’s how to make the most out of your experience at the OICF:

Avoid long line-ups at the box office by buying your tickets in advance. Tickets can be purchased by fax, phone or online.

Check the website for the age recommendations for each performance. Some productions may not be suitable for kids under five. This year, the OICF is offering two productions for the very young: Trio for a Green Pea/Trio pour un P’tit Pois, and Bathtime/Le Bain. Parents are encouraged to bring the little ones to these shows, or to shows that are listed as ‘all ages’.

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