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Annual St. Ann's Family Fair

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Event# 432-684-5969

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Hang on to your hat, grab a ticket, take a turn on a carnival ride or browse the craft booths to find the perfect souvenir. Bargain items and an almost unlimited supply of food and treats top off the carnival fare that benefits St. Ann's School.
Carnival rides each day; Family Fair on Saturday.

Annual St. Ann's Family Fair

Address : Saint Ann's Church Midland TX
Phone : 432-684-5969   (Always call and confirm events.)

Admission Fee : Free

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