FREE FAMILY FESTIVAL IN THE PARK
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17
10 A.M. - 2 P.M.
REID PARK, 22ND AND COUNTRY CLUB (WEST OF THE ZOO)
Tucson Parks and Recreation Department and the Dan Felix Memorial Fund present the 7th Annual Family Festival in the Park.
This free annual event offers family fun and showcases Tucson Parks and Recreation programs and activities for the community.
Activities include stage entertainment, carnival games, inflatables, crafts, golf clinic, tennis games, and demonstrations of pottery, and drawing offered by the leisure class unit. Tucson Water's mascot Pete the Beak will be making an appearance. In addition, the Environmental Education Exchange will host interactive demonstrations focusing on the water cycle, water supply and water conservation in the Tucson Basin.
The Reid Park Zoo will have free admission as well as the Edith Ball Adaptive Recreation Center hosting an afternoon of free swimming from noon to 4 p.m. Tucson City Golf will offer a free 10-minute golf instruction at the Randolph Driving Range adjacent to the park on Alvernon Way from 10 a.m. to noon.
Entertainment will be presented throughout the day and a variety of foods will be available for purchase through local vendors. Call Tucson Parks and Recreation at (520) 791-4873 for more information.