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Fall Festival kicks off the scary season in Kingman Saturday
Children in the 5-6-year-old age group participate in the costume contest at the city Parks and Recreation Department’s Fall Festival in 2011.
10/25/2013 6:01:00 AM
KINGMAN - Residents can get a jumpstart on Halloween Saturday afternoon at Centennial Park when the Kingman Parks and Recreation Department presents its annual Fall Festival.
On the "free" side, there will be cutouts available for photographs, a costume contest for children from 3 to 12 years old, carnival-style game booths for all ages, and a pie-eating contest for ages 6 and older. Attendees can also "guess the weight" of a pumpkin or the number of candy corn in a jar.
For $4, a wristband can be purchased from the Parks and Recreation office today or for $5 on Saturday.
The bands will gain entrance to jump houses for children ages 2 to 12, candy in the hay for children 2 and older, an arts and crafts station for children 3 and older, hay rides for all ages and a cupcake walk for children 2 and older.
Food booths are available so call (928) 757-7919 for more information.
The event takes place near the tennis and basketball courts from 1-5 p.m. Centennial Park is located at 3333 Harrison Street.
Cascade Tissue Group, Preston Investments, Taco Bell, Safeway, Wells Fargo Bank, McKee Foods, Kingman Daily Miner, American Woodwork, High Desert Vein Center, and the Tomlin family sponsor the Fall Festival.
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