Fairs + Festivals

Celebrate Davis! expands Family Fun Zone

Michael Mylie and Andrew Hulbert pose for a photo with Applebee’s bee character at the 2011 Celebrate Davis! Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise file photo

It’s back!

Celebrate Davis!, a community festival hosted by the Davis Chamber of Commerce, takes place from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday in Community Park.

The event features more than 100 booths hosted by Chamber member businesses and community organizations, live music and food vendors, and a fireworks show.

In addition to the information, fun and games are planned at the Family Fun Zone centered around Rainbow City at Community Park. Activities will include Gizmo’s Rolling Video Games, a mobile video game theater; Rocknasium’s climbing wall; bounce houses for kids of all ages; pony rides; a skatepark exhibition; and face-painting.

A Battle of the Bands will feature Davis junior high- and high school-aged bands. And, for the entire community’s amusement, the Chamber is hosting a local celebrity dunk tank. To nominate a fellow Davisite to be drenched publicly, email [email protected].

Don’t forget to bring your appetite! Dinner may be purchased from The Davis Graduate, Rostini’s Italian Kitchen, Buckhorn Restaurant and Saloon, De Vere’s Irish Pub, The Hotdogger, Jamba Juice, Pinkberry, Puros Churros and Original Steve’s Pizza.

The festivities will finish with a bang, thanks to an aerial fireworks display beginning at 9 p.m., sponsored by University Retirement Community.

For more information about the festival, visit www.facebook.com/davischamber.

Special to The Enterprise

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