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Richland Carrousel Park Holds St. Patrick's Day Celebration

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  Original Published: 3/16/2014

Richland Carrousel Park held a special St. Patrick's Day celebration over the weekend. Festivities included face-painting, games for children, and some special deals on carousel tickets, all while appropriately-themed music played in the background.

"We wanted to do something for the community and to get people out," said Willie Hunn, Director of the Carrousel Park. Hunn expressed her enthusiasm for the holiday with a green leprechaun hat as she went around the carousel. The green-themed party was a success.

For more information on Richland Carousel Park, visit http://www.richlandcarrousel.com.

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