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The Ferris wheel lights up against the sunset during Carnival Colossal on Sunday
The Ferris wheel lights up against the sunset during Carnival Colossal on Sunday


San Clemente Times 

The San Clemente Friends Foundation presents  a four-day festival of family fun, including more than 17 rides, games and food trucks, a one-day Special Needs Resource Fair from 2-5 p.m. on Oct. 12 and two days of competition by the International Highland Games Federation. The opening on Saturday and Sunday will be with Michael McLeavy singing both the Scottish (British) and American National Anthems. The carnival runs through Oct. 15. Ride tickets are $3.75-$5. The carnival will also host an afternoon of and rides for special needs children in conjunction with the Courtney’s Sandcastle Charitable Foundation from 2-5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 12, as well as an expo of recreational, art, and dramatic programs.Vista Hermosa Sports Park, 987 Avenida Vista Hermosa, San Clemente. 949.276.8866.

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