All invited to Ocean Air PTA Spring Carnival

The second annual Ocean Air PTA Spring Family & Community Carnival will be held on Sunday, April 3, from 1-4 p.m.

The fun includes pedal carts, obstacle courses, booth games, game truck, dunk tank, surf simulator, photo booth, tattoo artists, popcorn, candy art, Dippin Dots, pizza, silent auction, and much more!

Carnival entrance is $6; tickets are $1 each.

Come to Ocean Air School at 11444 Canter Heights Lane, on Sunday, April 3, for an afternoon of family fun! The carnival is open to the public.

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