Queen Creek Holiday Festival & Parade

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Event Details

The Queen Creek Holiday Festival & Parade is hosted by the Queen Creek Kiwanis Club to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of the East Valley-Queen Creek Branch. Both organizations are local non-profits who serve the Queen Creek community. The Parade will be held on Hawes Road between Chandler Heights and Ocotillo Roads at 10am. Best viewing for the parade will be located in front of Desert Mountain Park. The Holiday Festival will be located at the end of the parade route at the Desert Mountain Park from 10am-3pm. There will be craft and food vendors as well as kids activities which include bouncies, rock wall, crafts and a petting zoo. There will also be a fashion show presented by Walmart and lots of family entertainment.

Queen Creek Holiday Festival & Parade

Address : Desert Mountain Park, 22201 S Hawes Rd Queen Creek AZ
Phone : 480-231-8959   (Always call and confirm events.)

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