Mosey down to Cameron-University Duncan to celebrate the arrival of spring with CU-Duncan SpringFest, a western-themed, fun-filled evening for the entire family. Springfest takes place on Thursday, April 16 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at CU-Duncan, 3100 W. Bois D’Arc, and is open to the public at no charge.
“Last year’s inaugural SpringFest was a resounding success, and we anticipate seeing even more families from throughout the area at this year’s event,” says Susan Camp, Director, CU-Duncan.
CU-Duncan SpringFest will feature activities for all ages. An inflatable obstacle course, Twister and bounce houses will be on hand for those with energy to burn. Try your hand at a game of horseshoes or the bean-bag toss, see how you fare in the sack races, and enjoy other traditional games and outdoor activities.
Make sure the kids stop by the face-painting station, and grab some chow prepared by the Aggie Club, who will serve up hotdogs (courtesy of Bar S), hamburgers, tasty Anasazi beans and more.
From 5:30 to 6:30, enjoy a preview of the musical “110 in the Shade” which will be presented on the Lawton campus from April 23-26. The preview will feature performances of some of the show’s musical numbers.
CU-Duncan SpringFest is presented by the School of Liberal Arts and is made possible through funding by Cameron University Lectures and Concerts.
April 8, 2015