Found 8 blog entries tagged as carnival.

4th Annual Christmas Carnival:  A Treat for the Local Children and Their Families | For the Scholarship of Students in Mid-Columbia Region in KennewickThe 4th Annual Christmas Carnival will be held on December 10 and 11, 2016, from 2:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. This fun holiday event will take place at the Camp Kiwanis Building in Columbia Park, Kennewick, WA. For more details, please visit the J&S Dreamland Express Facebook page.

About the 4th Annual Christmas Carnival
The 4th Annual Christmas Carnival is made possible through the efforts of J&S Dreamland Express and the Horse Heaven Hills Kiwanis Foundation. This event is designed to bring happiness to the local children and their families, and raise funds for the scholarship of students from the Mid-Columbia region. The 4th Annual Christmas Carnival will feature Christmas train rides which kids and adults alike will enjoy. Admission to the Christmas…

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Penny Carnival Family Resource Center of Tri-Cities In Kennewick WashingtonOn Saturday, August 15 the Family Resource Center of Tri-Cities will be hosting their 1st Annual Penny Carnival at 3221 W. Kennewick Avenue in Kennewick, Washington from 10:00 in the morning until 2:00 in the afternoon.

1st Annual Penny Carnival
All the proceeds of the carnival will help support the Family Resource Center’s Programs and Services. They are currently looking for Vendors who would like to participate and host a game at their booth. If you are interested please send in the form along with payment.

Also included you will find a list of the various games we will love to have. Please choose the one that you would prefer the most. All vendors are responsible in bringing their own game to the event. Each vendor will be given tickets to hand…

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Carnival At The Benton Franklin Fair & Rodeo In Kennewick, WashingtonExcited for the carnival? With more than five acres of rides and games at the Benton Franklin Fair, the carnival combines the rides and attractions of Davis Shows Northwest and Davis Amusement Cascadia. The family-owned carnivals are now being operated by third and fourth generation members of the Davis family. This is the largest carnival in the Tri-Cities each and every year.

Wristband price:
$33 - August 25 to August 29, Carnival Area at Fairgrounds only. Wristbands are good for one-day of rides. 

Hours of Operation:
August 25, 2:00 - 11:55 PM
August 26, 12:00 - 11:55 PM
August 27, 12:00 - 11:55 PM
August 28, 12:00 - 11:55 PM
August 29,12:00 - 11:55 PM

Want to see the rides you can enjoy at the Benton Franklin Fair? Click here or go to Davis Shows…

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Halloween Carnival At Flat Top Park In West Richland, Washington There will be a Halloween Carnival at the Flat Top Park in West Richland, Washington on Saturday, October 25 from 1:00 until 3:00 in the afternoon. Gather all your family and friends and head on down to West Richland for a free family fun!

Details of the Halloween Carnival
Everybody loves to go to carnivals and be surprised as to what it has to offer. Carnival really means a lot to most people especially kids, because they get to go out and have as much fun as they can. Sponsored by Summit Church, the Halloween Carnival will be featuring pumpkin carving, games, bounce houses, hay ride, cotton candy, and prizes!

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Richland Parks And Recreation Fall Carnival In Richland, WashingtonOn Friday, October 24 the Richland Parks And Recreation will be hosting a Fall Carnival from 6:30 until 8:30 in the evening.

More about Richland Parks And Recreation Fall Carnival
It's Halloween once again and Richland Parks And Recreation is calling all goblins, ghouls, princesses and pirates of all ages as they host the annual Fall Carnival. There will be carnival games, a haunted maze, spooky hayride and a lot more.

Plus, Big Top the Clown, face painting, balloons, karaoke and tons of candy and prizes awaits everyone! Dress up for the Best Costume Contest and receive a free picture for each contestant.

Online Registration for the Fall Carnival is now available here and select the 'I want to' drop-down and navigate to 'Register for Classes &…

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Davis Shows Northwest/Davis Amusement Cascadia Carnival Tri CitiesFrom August 19 to August 23, everyone is invited to check out the Davis Shows Northwest and Davis Amusement Cascadia Carnival  at the Benton Franklin Fair.

More about the Carnival
The carnival combines the rides and attractions of Davis Shows Northwest and Davis Amusement Cascadia with more than five acres of rides and games at the Benton Franklin Fair. The carnivals are family-owned and at present is being operated by third and fourth generation members of the Davis family.

The family is always proud to bring the largest carnival to the Tri-Cities each and every year. If you want to see the rides available at the Benton Franklin Fair go to or

Wristbands are good for…

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For many years now Bethel Church has been holding a Fall Frenzy event towards the end of October at their main Richland campus. Over the past several years though Bethel began to branch out into the community and started holding their annual Fall Frenzy event at area schools. For a few years now, one of those locations has been Marcus Whitman Elementary School in Richland Washington. This year is no different, Fall Frenzy will be held at Marcus Whitman on October 30 from 6:30 to 8:00pm. The Fall Frenzy is similar to a carnival, there will be booths, games, tractor pulls and various events where children and adults can participate and receive goodies! This is a great place to bring the whole family to and spend time together!

For more information about…

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September 15-18 head down to Pendleton Oregon for the 100 year anniversary of the Pendleton Rodeo. This long-time annual event draws huge crowds every year including some of the biggest names in the rodeo circuit and a throng of celebrity rodeo fans. This four-day rodeo is expected to bring in over 70,000 people to Pendleton, a town of about 17,000 residents. One of the biggest reasons for the success of the rodeo is the town’s commitment to staying true to traditions. Some of those traditions started 100 years ago include banning advertising in the arena, keeping the bucking chutes made of wood, maintaining the arena’s center grassy area, and the continual use of volunteers every year. The people of Pendleton have been anticipating this rodeo centennial…

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