Festival Fun Zone Jam Packed with FUN!
Yukon’s upcoming Festival of the Child will feature the K12, Inc. OK Virtual Charter Academy Festival Fun Zone packed full of extra-special fun activities. The 21st annual festival takes place on Saturday, May 6, inside Yukon City Park, 2200 S. Holly Avenue. Event hours are 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
The fun zone is located on the football field inside the park.
The K12, Inc. Festival Fun Zone features activities such as laser tag, the Energy FC, a large Inflatable slide and 44-foot obstacle course aired up for bouncing fun! Outdoor Boy Scout activities, a chalk wall and other games pack the area! The fun zone is the perfect place for the youngsters full of energy to play. Don’t forget to stop by the K12 booth to get all the scoop on the fun zone!
Get your advance $5 tickets now through May 5 at the Yukon Community Center, Dale Robertson Center, Jackie Cooper Gym, Children’s New World and YNB Your Neighborhood Bank locations. Adults are admitted FREE!
This annual family friendly festival is the day for children to shine. Over 50 areas of FUN include kayaking, pony rides, painting, storytelling, crafts and more! Several local volunteer organizations will be on hand to make this a fun and special day!
A special thank you to our sponsors: Corporate sponsor Children’s New World, Festival Fun Zone sponsored by K12.com Virtual Charter School and Art Stage sponsored by Westpointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge. Additional sponsors include YNB, the Yukon Optimist Sports Club, Dental Depot, BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, Childhood Learning Academy, Raising Cane’s of Yukon, First Christian Church, Dr. Heather Barnes, Thomas and Barbara Rhodes, Wal-Mart of Yukon, and Yukon Pediatrics Alecia Hanes MD. The 2017 Festival Friends are Integris Canadian Valley Hospital, Spanish Cove Retirement Village, Smith & Turner Mortuary and BancFirst.
Festival of the Child is one of Yukon’s best events. Optimism, energy and opportunity inspire the best in everything we do. To learn more about Yukon’s best, visit www.cityofyukonok.gov or call 405-350-8937.