The Spruce Creek Children and Recreation Committee has organized this year's Fall Carnival for the children of Spruce Creek to be held this Saturday October 25th, 2008 from noon to 4:00 pm at the Tree in Windsock Park.
This year, the popular carnival-style extravaganza will include the favorites from years past: The Rock Wall, Bounce Houses, Bungee-Jump and the always popular Inflatable Obstacle Course. The traditional hay ride is a must for all. Also there will be Crafts, Face Painting, Clowns, Magicians, Pumpkin Decoration and a few other events and activities to ensure entertainment for all. Spruce Creek children and families of all ages are invited to participate.
As always, hot dogs and refreshments will be available.
The Fall Carnival is one of the many children activities organized each year by the Spruce Creek Children's Recreation Committee. The Committee is managed by volunteer residents of the Spruce Creek Fly-in. The mission of the Committee is to provide safe, fun and healthy activities and opportunities for the children and families of the Spruce Creek Fly-in community.
Funding for the activities is provided by the residents of Spruce Creek and donations from local businesses. Other activities held throughout the year include the Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Family Movie Night, Summer Bash, Breakfast with Santa as well as many other events organized in conjunction with the famous Spruce Creek festivals: Wings and Wheels, the Annual Bonfire, and the Toy Parade.
The Spruce Creek Fly-in Community is the world's most famous residential airpark. With a 4,000 ft lighted runway and a GPS approach, the private airport at the center of the community (7FL6) can accommodate anything from a Stearman to a Gulfstream. Originally a navy airfield during WWII, it evolved into the world's largest residential fly-in community.
Today, almost 5,000 residents, 1,300 homes and 700 hangars share a unique life in this private gated village. A championship golf course and Country Club and 24-hr patrolled security complements the safety, privacy and enjoyment of the residents. John Travolta and many other celebrities have enjoyed the Spruce Creek Fly-In lifestyle and privacy. The first thing a visitor sees after driving through the security gates is a sign that summarizes the spirit of this community: “Caution children and adults at play”.
Monday, October 13, 2008
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