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Kiwanis Club’s Kid’s FREE Fun Day in the Lititz Springs Park!

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Kiwanis Club’s Kid’s FREE Fun Day in the Lititz Springs Park!

This year up to 350 children ages 11 and under will be able to pick up tickets the day of the event starting at 11AM. This free event that will have a bounce house, three large blowup games (Football Challenge, Axe Throwing, Basketball), plus Connect Four, Corn Hole, Mini Golf, Skeet Ball, and Tic Tac Toe. There will be a tennis program and CPRS Physical Therapy will have an obstacle course for the kids. Razzle Dazzle Balloons will be doing Face Painting and Balloon Twisting. Each child will receive a book of their choice and they will be able to choose a small gift. The Kiwanis Club is also going to give each ticket holder a Greco’s Ice Cream cone, Julius Sturgis pretzels, and Crystal Spring water.
The cost of this event is paid from the proceeds of the Kiwanis Club’s Lititz Pretzel Fest.

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