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Red Hot Children's Fiesta September 15, 2012
A fun children's fiesta with lots of games, crafts, and good times for families! Everything is FREE! The Fiesta is set for Saturday, September 15, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. location to be determined.
The Red Hot Children's Fiesta is a child and family community resource fair where agencies, organizations and groups offering services to Grant County Families could turn out and share their information with the community. Each group sponsors a fun activity for children--face painting, puppet making, mask making, obstacle course, bubble blowing, craft making--while handing out useful information to the parents/guardians of the children.
LifeQuest Early Intervention initiated the event several years ago and the Children's Life Cycle took over the event, which was incredibly successful in 2005 with more 1,000 residents participating in the day-long fiesta at Penny Park. The Family Resiliency Community Action Team (FICCS) of the Health Council is overseeing the Red Hot Children's Fiesta this year. FICCS is focusing its energy on bringing families together to play (as it builds bonds in families and keeps them unified).
The Health Council feels the Red Hot Children's Fiesta is an important event for children to get out and play and for parents to learn about the services available in our county.
For more information on the Red Hot Children's Fiesta call 575-388-1198 ext. 10 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.