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Score free tickets to the Our Kids World Family Fun Fest this weekend

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Hey parents, we made it through the first week back to school, yippee! To celebrate, here's a great event that the whole family can enjoy--Our Kids World Family Fun Fest, sponsored by Ford. And even better: you can even score a FREE ticket to the event!

About Our Kids World Family Fun Fest
This unique 2-day event is designed for children 12 and under, and offers something for all children! You can enjoy participating in many hands-on educational activities, be entertained by one of two entertainment stages, meet your favorite sports mascots and television characters, or have fun bouncing around in the Fun Zone filled with inflatables! There will be pony rides, a Toddler indoor playground area, a petting zoo and more...

WHEN: August 24 & 25th, 2013
Saturday & Sunday from 10am - 5pm daily.

WHERE: The South Florida Fairgrounds Expo Center
The South Florida Fairground is located off of Southern Boulevard in West Palm Beach, FL, 1.5 miles west of the Florida Turnpike and 1 mile east of 441/SR7.

ADMISSION: Adults $8.00, Children 12 and under $5.00
(Kids 12 and under FREE with Kid's Ticket)
Play-All-Day Wristbands for the inflatable's are $10.00 per child.

For more information and a full list of schedules visit the Our Kids World website, call (561) 868-1085 or e-mail

Enjoy your family day out!



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