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Jingle Fest to Benefit Local Families Battling Cancer

On Saturday, December 7th, local non-profit Horse Power for Life is hosting Jingle Fest to benefit local families battling cancer. This dog friendly event will be held rain or shine at the Kimberton Fire Company's flex building from 11am-4pm and will feature live music, face painting, holiday crafts, a moon bounce and much more. Santa will even be in attendance and kids will be able to get their picture taken with him.

Cost is $10.00 per person, $5.00 for children under 12-yrs-old and children under 2 free. Admission includes lunch (hotdog, chips, apple & bottled water). All participants will receive pink horse shoe magnet and all dogs receive pink bandana. All dogs must be on leash and owners responsible for cleaning up after their dog.

For more information, please visit horsepowerforlife.org.

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