Marble Day is May 4!

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MARBLE DAY

Bonner Springs, Kansas, April 2, 2013-- The seventh annual “Marble Day” celebration will take place on Saturday May 4, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the downtown area of Bonner Springs, KS. This is a fun filled family day with contests, prizes, performers and lots of free activities. The marble tournament is open to ages 13 and under. The competition for marble related art and inventions is open to all age levels. Prizes will be awarded. Marble Day will kick off with a “Wacky parade” and everyone is invited to dress silly, decorate bikes, wagons etc and join in the fun. If your pet has a special talent, bring it along to enter in the wacky pets trick contest. A bike rodeo, sack races, a cake walk, straw mountain and numerous games are just a few of the activities to participate in. The day wouldn’t be complete without the “Pinky Ball Run”. Five thousand Pinky balls will be dumped at the top of Oak Street to bounce and roll their way past a series of obstacles to the finish line. The balls are numbered and there are prizes for the winning balls. Pinky “sponsorships” are available on site the day of the event or from local businesses in the prior weeks. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Bonner Animal Rescue.
For more information on Marble Day visit the website at www.marbleday.com . # # # Lynda Sproules 913-441-1432 lynda@moonmarble.com

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