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Lots of fun stuff offered in Whitmore Park

Lots of fun stuff offered in Whitmore Park

Children have fun staying on a simulated bull riding exercise in Whitmore Park.

POSTED May 1, 2013 3:38 p.m.

Whitmore Park will be filled with fun things for the children during the 25th annual Ceres Street Faire.
A variety of fun games will be available including:

• A Bounce House sponsored by Steps Dance Arts Center. The 15-foot-high inflatable bounce house is for children. It's a great way for parents to let their children get all their wiggles out. It will be located along El Camino Avenue at the southern end of the park.

• 24-foot Double Lane Slide, also presented by the Central Valley High School Starkeepers. This slide offers awesome fun for little ones.

• An Obstacle Course, sponsored by the Central Valley High School Starkeepers. The inflatable course for children allows them to test their skill against the inflatable obstacle course and have a blast at the same time.

• Face painting by the Central Valley High School Starkeepers. Find the tents where face painting is offered and let the kids get their favorite design painted on their face.

J&J's Speedball will have a booth to allow for kids to throw a ball and have their speeds clocked.

• Teaco Slides. Adults and kids are invited to climb up this giant fiberglas slide with a sack and slide down the 100 feet for smiles and laughs. Then do it again!

• A Boomer's Attraction also offered by Teaco.

• Mobile Rock Climb. Presented by Mobile Rock, Inc., this 24-foot-high climbing wall, offers Faire goers to experience the thrill of rock climbing in a controlled environment. Race against others to the top or take your time on a journey alone.

• Turbo Tubs, presented by Mobile Rock, Inc.

• Interactive Bull-riding experience presented by Mobile Rock Inc. Fun for all ages.

• A bungee ride offered by Mobile Rock, Inc.



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