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Half-price admission to Flamingo Gardens for kids, free for Military personnel

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Hey South Florida! If you’re looking for something fun to do this Memorial Day with the family, why not go to the KidzFest at Flamingo Gardensand Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary in Davie? Children ages 4-11 get in for half price during KidzFest (adults can get in at 25% off), and there will be tons of fun activities on this day that's all about the kids!

Flamingo Gardens will be offering complimentary games and activities (once you pay for admission, of course) for your kiddos, including a bounce house, free pony rides in the gardens from 11am to 3pm, a real race car, and special wildlife shows with Otter John and his animal friends at noon and 2pm. KidzFest will also feature a small kids merchandise fair.

Click here for a full schedule of activities.

WHEN: Monday, May 27, 2013
Memorial Day KidzFest
9:30am to 4:30pm

WHERE:
Flamingo Gardens

3750 South Flamingo Road
Davie, FL 33330
954.473.2955

Click here for 25% off Adult Entry Coupon

They’re also offering free admission for active Military and immediate family with proper ID the entire Memorial Day Weekend, Saturday through Monday.

And please remember the reason behind Memorial Day…a huge thank you to those who have served and continue to serve our country.

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