3 local bands perform at Discovery Museum's Family Fun Fest
By by camille m. email@example.com
Sept. 28, 2011 at 4:28 a.m.
If you go:
WHEN: 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday
WHERE: Outside the Children's Discovery Museum, 204 N. Main St., Victoria
HOW MUCH: Free, but some events require tickets, which will be 50 cents each. Activities range in price from 1 ticket to 6 tickets.
FOR MORE INFO: visit cdmgoldencrescent.com or call 361-485-9140
Band Schedule at DeLeon Plaza:
Noon-1 p.m. - 24/7
1:30-2:30 p.m. - The Revival
3-4 p.m. - The Rackit
Kids Entertainment Group Line-Up at O'Connor Plaza:
11 a.m. - Cloggers
11:30 a.m. - Kellar Dance Dynamics Dancers and Cheerleaders
Noon - Treasures Dance Team
12:15 p.m. - Victoria East Golden Saberettes
12:30 p.m. - Victoria Karate Academy
1 p.m. - Victoria West High School - West Legacy Dance Team
1:30 p.m. - Our Lady of Victory Cheer & Dance
2 p.m. - Victoria East High School - East hip-hop
2:30 p.m. - Ziggy the Clown Magic Show
3 p.m. - Cade Middle School Cheerleaders
Other ongoing activities throughout the day include:
Symphony musical petting zoo, pony rides, dunking booth Texas Parks & Wildlife, flower child face painting, paint a pumpkin, inflatable-Victory Obstacle Course, Circus Obstacle, Velcro Wall, Blues Clues; cup cake walk, costumed characters, Chik-fil-A cow, craft activities; games, balloon pop, go fish, ring toss, Hello Kitty bean bag toss, strike zone, spin & win, Sparky the Firedog, dig for treasure and Adopt-a-Pet, Dorothy O'Connor Pet Adoption.
We'll also have the new recycling bins on display and ready to use from the city of Victoria's Environmental Services
Three local bands will perform Saturday at the Family Fun Fest.
The bands, The Rackit, 24/7, and The Revival, have a good, local following, said Paige Gedvillas, interim director of the Children's Discovery Museum.
"There is some musical entertainment for everyone," she said.
This will be the second year for the festival's downtown location.
Main and Bridge streets between Goodwin Avenue and Constitution Street will be closed for the event.
The day's activities include inflatables, face-painting, food booths and Adopt-A-Pet.
Gedvillas said she's happy to have the festival in front of the museum. Last year, close to 4,000 people attended the event.
Although general admission is free, some of the activities require tickets.
The event serves as one of the museum's largest fundraisers.