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Block party with entertainment for children and adults

There will be Attractions and fun to be had for all ages at the Community Block Party, Saturday at the Comox Pentacostal Church. - Submitted
There will be Attractions and fun to be had for all ages at the Community Block Party, Saturday at the Comox Pentacostal Church.
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Everyone loves a great party, especially when you can do it together with friends and family.

Well, good news.

For everyone in the Comox Valley there is a Community Block Party happening once again this Saturday, June 14, on the grounds of Comox Pentecostal Church. 1- 4 p.m. And the best part is, it’s free of charge.

Attractions this year include the Balloon Typhoon and the Bungee Run/Jouster Inflatables & Bouncy Castles, carnival games, facepainting, and cupcake decorating and more.

Comox Valley Search & Rescue and their new Command Centre, Comox Fire Department, Highland Dancers, Phil & Jenny Gaglardi Academy and the Comox Valley Toy Library are a few of the community groups that will be onsite, performing and or offering information.

Come and stop by with your family for treats including hotdogs, drinks and popcorn. The Pregnancy Care Centre will be onsite and giving away candy floss and there will be a special coffee lounge and a hospitality centre will be set up for the adults.

The children will love the petting zoo.

Over the years, this family community party has had the generous support of many Comox Valley businesses and once again they are providing some great door prizes.

Numerous Comox Valley businesses have generously supplied great door prizes, so make sure you get your name in for the many free draws.

“Once again we want everyone to know that everything is free,” said Comox Pentecostal Church Pastor Dave Postal. “All you need to do is help get the word out and come with your family and friends. Please accept this as your invitation.”

For more info, call 250-339-4536 or go to the church’s website at www.cpclife.com

 

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