California carnival about to spring up

March 23, 2013 by  

The 2013 Spring Break Carnival is once again just around the corner and promises some great family fun for everyone. The carnival takes place during spring break from school and offers something for all who attend.

This event happens over a four-day period and has many repeat visitors with the funds going to benefit many programs. Flyer printing and poster printing may have been used to promote this fun-filled event to members of this community and surrounding communities.

This year, while the kids are on spring break, a stop in at the Spring Break Carnival for some exciting family fun will no doubt tempt many. This year’s carnival features four days filled with exciting carnival rides, plenty of games, and number of prizes. This year, tickets for the rides can be ordered in advance online, which saves parents up to 75% on the price of each ride. Prepaid carnival ticket books contain tickets for eight rides and cost only $1.25 per ride. Tickets purchased for rides the day of the event will cost between $2 and $10 per ride.

Admission to the carnival is free, as is parking. The 2013 Spring Break Carnival will be held from March 28 – 31 across a range of time slots at Corona High School located at 1150 W 10th Street in Corona, California, just down the road from Norco. To purchase ride tickets, see the opening hours for each day, or learn more about the event, please visit the Corona-Norco Schools Educational Foundation (CNSEF) website.