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Old 04-12-2008, 11:54 AM
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Hey all, I thought I would throw this little tidbit out there.

Desert Mountain High School is running a community fair complete with RIDES (Yes, for teens too!) Games, food, entertainment! Think of the local lawn fête back east.

This is a HUGE event that takes place on the grounds of the high school which is located at 124th and Via Linda. There won't be any art to buy (like the Fountain Hills event) but it's a great thing to take your kids and teens to. We're talking it's one of the few REAL carnivals in town! The school hires a carnival to set up and be there for the weekend.

All day ride tickets are only 15 bucks.

Anyway, I mention this because I know how little there is to do for families here. It's not the fair, but for a few bucks, your kids can get a real feel for a carnival and go on some pretty decent rides and play some cool carnival games.

Have a great weekend all!
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