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Kids and dogs are invited to dress up for Menifee’s Inaugural Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 24 Featured

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The City of Menifee Community Services Department, Menifee 24/7 and Brookfield Residential present Menifee’s inaugural Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 24 from 4 to 9pm,at Audie Murphy Ranch Sports Park.

The family-oriented Halloween and fall-themed event is free to attend. This year’s inaugural event combines the Menifee 24/7 and Lazy Creek Recreation Center’s Halloween events of years past to create a community celebration with fun for the entire family. Festival highlights include a costume contest for infants and children to age 13, and a special pet costume contest (pets must be on a leash). Prizes are awarded to best costumes for each age group. Children can enjoy trick-or-treating at festival booths stock full of candy, games, and activities presented by local businesses and non-profit organizations.

The “Backseat Pilots”, a local up-and-coming alternative band, is scheduled to perform on the main event stage. Food vendors will be available for attendees to purchase food and refreshments. The “Paranormally fun Kid Zone” features bouncers, a petting zoo, mini-farm, a roving magician and make your own slime. The fee to enter the kid zone is $5 per person. “We are thrilled to work with our partners to present this special fall celebration for the Menifee community,” said Community Services Director Robert Lennox. “Our team has planned activities, performances and contests that will provide an engaging and entertaining experience for Menifee residents – another example of how we’re building community.”

Parking is available in the Audie Murphy Ranch Sports Park parking lot and along Newport Road. Dogs must be on a leash. For more information on Menifee’s special events or classes, please contact the Community Services Department at (951) 723-3880 or visit us online at www.cityofmenifee.us .

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