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Here is something kids, parents, and even the grandparents are going to be excited about! If your family has attended this event in the past, then I know, after seeing the photo above, you are already excited about this year Kids Carnival. For all the other families ofFlagler Countyand surrounding areas pay close attention. This is not an event you want to miss. Every year Christ the King Church hosts the biggest free entertainment event for families ofPalm Coast. This year marks the 10th anniversary so it is sure to be the biggest and most fun year yet!
If your family attended last year please leave comment about your experience below.
What makes this one of the best Family Events in Palm Coast?
The best answer is you, your family, your friends, your neighbors and the rest of this community. This is a true community event that reminds me of those small town carnivals you see in the old movies from the 50's. The kind of event where the whole family comes together and bonds over good times and fun experiences. Help to make the 11th year event more special by bringing more of what make this event so great. Bring your whole family, invite your neighbors, and tell your friends to do the same. See all the event details below.
At this point any child reading this is thinking family bonding is great in all, but tell me about the really fun stuff. Ok here it is. Kids you are not going to know where to start when you see all that the Kids Carnival has to offer. Do you start by jumping in a bounce house, having your face painted, or maybe you want to find the magician to see some magic. Just when you know what you want to do first your eye may catch a really cool street performer you'd rather watch or a friend from school you want to race on theGiant Inflatable Obstacle Course. I will tell you my personal strategy to get the most of this Carnival later in this article, for now here is a list of all the fun stuff I know will be at the Carnival.
- Bounce Houses
- Bounce House Combos
- Giant 22 Foot Tall Inflatable Slide
- Super Long Super Tall Obstacle Course
- Big Kid Dinosaur Play Land
- Toddler Circus Play Land
- Face Painting
- Balloon Artists
- Dance Teams
- Cheer Teams
- Police and Fire Department Learning
- Cotton Candy
- Prize Raffle
- Featuring the First Annual Cake Walk!
- And Much More
So much fun for the kids, how will they get to do everything?
As promised above here is my personal strategy. You have to start out by arriving to the event early, after all there is only 3 hours to do, see, and eat. I know I am planning on doing a lot of bouncing, sliding, racing, seeing and of course eating. When walking up to the event the first thing everyone will notice is the numerous party inflatables. There is no stopping me, that is where I am heading first. After I have jumped in every bounce house, ran and climbed through the giant obstacle course, played in the inflatable play land and climbed up and down that monster slide multiple times I am going to be ready to eat some of the great food that is available every year. After all the hard playing I will enjoy some fresh Cotton Candy as I walk around watching all the street performers and cheer and dance teams.
Tell me your strategy or what you are most excited about in the comments below.
More important information below video:
Here is what you need to know about the Carnival (The Details):
Christ the King Church, in their continued efforts to improve the Carnival, has moved the date to February. With this change of date they are hoping for better weather. They also wanted to provide something fun for kids to do after the holidays are over. Full Details below ad:
- New Event Date: February 17 2018
- Event Times: 11:00 PM - 2:00 PM
- Event Address: Central Park, Palm Coast Town Center, 975 Central Ave, Palm Coast, FL 32164
- Cost: ALL ENTERTAINMENT IS FREE! Food and drinks are $1 each (Any proceeds raised from the Carnival will benefit CTK's Teens, to help cover costs for a special summer teen trip this year.)
- Suggestion on what to bring: Wear or bring socks to wear on inflatables, shoes that come off easy, and sun block.
- Host: Christ the King - Church Website
Plenty of volunteer opportunities exist to help make this local favorite the best yet! If you’re interested in helping with the Carnival, please contact our Kids’ Carnival Coordinator, Shakirah Cousins at: email@example.com
Did you go to the Kids Carnival last year or hear about it from someone else? If so, please comment below tell your community about your experience below.