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Kids Day Grows in Popularity

By Larissa Cheney

Kids’ Day will return to Fiddle Week for the seventh year running on June 21st. Children of all ages are invited to attend the party that will stretch down State Street from Main to Idaho, and this year promises to be even more fun than the last!

Started by Patrick Nauman of Weiser Classic Candies with the assistance of the Weiser Elks, Kids’ Day is a nonprofit event that serves two purposes: it helps raise money for various participating charities as well as a scholarship fund, and it gives kids who may not be able to afford the carnival tickets in Memorial Park something fun to do during Fiddle week. Tickets are only 25 cents each, and every cent goes to a good cause. 

From 10 am to 2pm, State Street will feature safe and affordable fun for everyone, including a dunk tank, a cupcake walk, a petting zoo, a train, a bounce house, popcorn, crafts, carnival games, rides, and even a few completely free activities. They have expanded to include new games and events as well as new businesses and contributors, and they plan to take up even more of State Street this year. They hope to take over all of downtown in the near future, and every ticket helps!

Over 800 kids participated last year and everyone involved cannot wait to break the record this year. Early weather reports indicate that it shouldn’t be too hot, and there will be plenty of things to do. 

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