First Cosmic Carnival is a ‘glowing’ success

Photos provided by Donna Ritchie

Photos provided by Donna Ritchie

The Family Matters Club held its first Cosmic Carnival on Saturday, June 27. While the sky darkened, Holiday Harbor began to “glow” as children and adults enjoyed brightly lit games, neon paint T-shirt coloring and a black-light maze. There was also glow-in-the-dark face and body painting. In addition, a raffle held at the end of the event.

The snack bar was open, providing a wide selection of delicious food and special “glow cones” to delight everyone’s taste buds. For participating in carnival games, kids earned tickets which could be redeemed for prizes. All proceeds from the face/body painting were donated to the Amy Martinez family.

The Family Matters Club would like to thank everyone who came out and enjoyed the Cosmic Carnival!


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