Carmel Valley Carnival to be held at Ashley Falls March 18

The Ashley Falls Spring Carnival will be held on Sunday, March 18, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Attend the carnival and enjoy new attractions, including a surf simulator, Spill tank, cake walk, silent auction, and a live band.

New food vendors will be selling tacos, pizza and ice cream!

The prize for the raffle at the Spring Carnival is the Apple’s “New iPad,”

Bring your cash, check or credit cards to shop and sample treats from Tacos by Luis, Flippin Pizza, Golden Spoon Frozen Yogurt, My Thirty One Bags and Accessories, Green to Go lunch accessories, Sweet Peas and Sugar Beans Jewelry, Head over Heels Ladies Footwear, Tupperwear and  Mommylicious Designs and 2Fins Art Studio.

Ashley Falls School is located at 13030 Ashley Falls Drive, San Diego, 92130; 858-259-7812.

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