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Al Simmons and Pedro The Clown take over News Café

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The Winnipeg Free Press News Café went young school Thursday morning.

Two performers from Kidsfest – Al Simmons and Pedro The Clown – dropped by 237 McDermot Avenue at for an interview and a couple of short performances.

Simmons, one of Canada’s best-known performers for young people has performed at the annual children’s festival for the last 30 years. This is the first appearance for Pedro Tochas, who hails from Portugal.

The 32nd annual Kidsfest runs June 5-8 at The Forks.

You can watch the replay here.

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Updated on Thursday, June 5, 2014 at 12:55 PM CDT: changes flag

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