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Games and learning all add up to fun at annual festival

9:56 PM, Apr. 21, 2013
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If the smiles on the faces of children - and adults - didn't say it all, the noise level Saturday at the 18th annual Children's Fest at Lincoln High School did.

The annual event draws more than 1,000 children, in addition to the adults and older siblings who bring them to the event. Families stood in long lines for face-painting, a bounce in the bounce house and woodworking area. There were booths with take-aways like bags of homemade play clay, balloon animals and visits with costumed characters including Smokey the Bear. Families could go outside the school to see emergency vehicles and more.

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