Looking For Something Fun To Do With The Kids Today Saturday Dec 14th Join Polar Pest In San Tan Va

Dated: 12/14/2013

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Helicopter Rides:additional fee not included with the purchase of a wristband.

Pinal County Sheriff is collecting old cell phones, that can be reprogrammed and used as "911" phones for home bound,  elderly in San Tan Valley.

Wristbands:
$8.00 wristbands are required for all games and attractions. 
Activities:
Vendors
Arts & Crafts
Snow Games
Pony Rides
Bouncies
Fun Games
Music/DJ
Rock Wall
Carnival Rides
Great Prizes
Giveaways
And More!!
Polarfest has partnered with a local food bank and if you bring in a can of food for them, you will get $1.00 off a wrist band.

A Holiday Festival for the San Tan Valley!  
Join us Saturday December 14, 2013
11am - 5pm
LocationWalker Butte K-8 School in Johnson Ranch!10th Annual San Tan Valley Event! Detailed Map 
Vendor Section Business Vendors and Crafters Welcome!!  We will have food, vendors, rides and much more for everyone to enjoy. So come down and enjoy some good food and drink. Then browse the vendor tables while the kids enjoy the numerous rides and games.  For more information, please call Janet Anderson at 480-987-4705 or Email her atjanet@polarfest.net.  
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