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46th annual festival slated this weekend

46th annual festival slated this weekend

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Kids' Park offers festival fun for young & young at heart

Activities and attractions include a bungee jump, a rock wall, tiara decorating, ribbon bracelet-making, animal puppets, face painting and temporary tattoos.

The Super Duper Kids’ Park is located in the Wells Fargo parking lot at Castro and Church streets. Park highlights:

• The Spider Jump, a combination bungee/trampoline jump, flings participants high in the air.

• Thrill seekers also might like Waterballerz – clear, inflatable balls filled with fresh air that kids can climb into and bounce across an inflatable pool.

• Mobile Rock’s 24-foot climbing wall features trained climbing technicians showing climbers the ropes.

• Party Animals are puppets kids can animate to sit, scratch, walk and dance like a real ani- mal.

• It’s Fun Face Painting brings face painting and body art, henna designs, glitter tattoos and hair bling.

• Color Cruiser’s craft booth offers kids the opportunity to create their own sand art cards.

• The Tutu School of Mountain View hosts a booth for crown and tiara decorating and ribbon bracelet-making.

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