Adventure Quest Pumpkin Festival


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Posted Online: Sept. 26, 2012, 3:30 pm
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Press release submitted by Adventure Quest

The Adventure Quest Pumpkin Festival is this Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Admission is Free!! We are selling tickets for all the games and activities. The tickets are one dollar each, activities range from one ticket to eight. Remember we are offering a free family photo to all and that grandparents get a free hayrack ride and corn maze. We will also have craft and food venders along with entertainment throughout the day. Don't forget to pass this info on to all your friends!!

www.adventureqwest.com

Adventure Quest of the Quad Cities, 3501 207TH ST. NORTH, PORT BYRON, IL 61275, USA




















 




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