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Spring Celebration at Floyd Lamb Park

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Looking for something free and fun to do with the family next month? Welcome spring with costless enjoyment and a lot of good deeds at Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs at the annual Spring Celebration.

Councilman Steven Ross invites the public to frolic at one of the best parks in Southern Nevada on April 5 from 12 noon to four in the afternoon and enjoy free amusement rides, children’s crafts, games, pony rides, jump houses, music, a petting zoo and a farmers market. Families can also savour good eats like hot dogs, arepas, carnival concessions, funnel cakes, kettle corn, fresh fruits and vegetables from various food vendors onsite.

This year, the Spring Celebration intends to bring together possible foster/adoptive families with children who need adopting or those who are in foster care. Councilman Ross hopes that the affair will help place those children in loving homes.

Visitors are urged to have a great time but also not to forget that the whole activity is all about Foster Connection. Informative material and presentations about foster care and adoption will be available during the event.

The donation centre at Child Haven for the Clark County Department of Family Services, Peggy's Attic, will be at the park to collect donations like gently used toddler to young adult clothing, new personal hygiene articles and female formal prom wear, shoes and accessories. Check out the centre's wishlist for other items to bring.

Families can bring pets as long as they are on-leash. No glass containers are allowed in the park during the event. The park address is 9200 Tule Springs Road. For more information about the Spring Celebration contact 702-229-8100.



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