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Kidsfest at Wachusett Mountain

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  September 15, 2010 03:17 PM

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There may not be snow, but Wachusett Mountain Ski Area is celebrating anyway with two days of music, food and fun at their 20th annual Kidsfest!

Highlights include BMX stunts by Impact Action Sports, trampoline acts with Flippenout Productions, and crazy frisbee dog stunts. Kids don't need to sit around much at this fest, as they can stay plenty active with Lazer Tag, Bungee jumping, a climbing wall, and more. Traditional fair favorites include jugglers, magicians, balloon artists, and kid's games. While everyone in the troop is working up a giant appetite, plan on filling their rumbling bellies with the BBQ and bountiful food tents.

Pay to Play Activities are $1 per ticket or visitors can puchase a wristband for unlimited SkyRides, Pay to Play Games, Pony Rides, Bungee jumping, Climbing Wall and Lazer Tag for $12. Kids Under 3 receive free festival and skyride admission. Kidsfest runs Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 18 and 19 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission for adults is $10, and kids ages 3-12 pay $6.

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