Scrumdiddilyumptious Day set for Wacky Wonky Walk & Kids Fest, Oct. 25 in downtown San Diego



Lace up your sneakers, find your best costume and prepare your sweet tooth for the Wacky Wonky Walk & Kids Festival, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 25, 2015 at San Diego Waterfront Park, County Administration Center, 1600 Pacific Highway in downtown San Diego. This “world of imagination” will take over the park with a 4.89K Wacky Walk and Pure Imagination Festival with wacky activity extravaganza to raise much-needed funds for the San Diego Center for Children and its vital behavioral health and educational programs for children and youth throughout San Diego County.

Kids and adults will have an absolute blast traveling through candy fun and silly obstacles (like the Lollipop Lane) spanning an easy 4.89K course around Waterfront Park. Led by Mr. Wonka and a team of Oompa Loompas, be sure to watch your step so you don’t fall into the Chocolate River!

Upon reaching the finish line, you will be welcomed into a land of true fantasy at the Pure Imagination Festival where you can treat your taste buds to a variety of food vendors, making sure to stop at Candy Court featuring delicious bites of every kind to satisfy that sweet tooth. A gobstopper sugar high will power your little tikes through multiple rounds in the bouncy houses and numerous rolls in the Zorbing Balls, while you can lounge out in the San Diego sun and watch all the fun to the sound track of great local kids’ bands and other spectacular performances.

Tickets to this wacky event are $25 for adults and $15 for kids. All proceeds will go to benefit the San Diego Center for Children which helps thousands of children and families across San Diego County get the hope and healing they need to overcome behavioral and mental health challenges. The Wacky Wonky Walk & Kids Festival is sure to be a day to fulfill every child’s wildest dreams ... and admit it, yours too!

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