Ashley Falls Spring Carnival to be held in Carmel Valley

Come join the fun at the  Ashley Falls Spring Carnival on Sunday, April 21, from 11 .am.-3 p.m.

There will be many new attractions like a game truck (on site 11-1), laser tag, go carts, rock climbing wall, remote control cars, hamster balls (inflatable human spheres), as well as many fun carnival games.

Bring your cash, check or credit card to sample the tasty treats from Philly Soft Pretzel Company, taco truck, Dippin Dots, pizza and breadsticks.

Raffle opportunities will also be available for an IPAD Mini and other great prizes.

Ashley Falls School is located at 13030 Ashley Falls Drive, San Diego, 92130.

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