The Timbit Jamboree took over Pryce Alderson Park.
The U4, U6 and U8 Fort Saskatchewan soccer program had a full schedule of fun today (June 24). In total, there was over 30 games played. 
"It's the biggest day of the short eight week season and I know the kids really look forward to it every year," said Kimiko Thibodeao, the program director of U4 to U8.
The numbers of players do fluctuate a little bit season-to-season. This year, there is a little over 350 kids participating in the regular season and tournament.
Numbers are down from last season's 450 kids in the Timbits program.
The jamboree also included food, a bouncy castle, obstacle course and more.

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