Truckee’s KidZone Museum presents the inaugural Tahoe Family Festival |

Truckee’s KidZone Museum presents the inaugural Tahoe Family Festival

TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; The inaugural Tahoe Family Festival will be held at the Truckee Regional Park Amphitheater Sunday, Aug. 29, a family music event benefiting KidZone Museum. Children are free and adults are $5. Enjoy a day filled with fabulous live music, yummy food and tons of childrenand#8217;s activities including a bounce house, face painting, bubble mania, games and family yoga. Youth will love the ongoing bike rodeo all afternoon which includes an obstacle course, bike safety and all things bike. Bring your youngest riders to try a strider running bike. Helmets required.

The event kicks off at 11 a.m. For those interested in getting started sooner, there will be an organized family bike ride at 10 a.m. starting at Truckee River Legacy Trail and ending at the Festival. All attendees are encouraged to walk, bike, skate, etc. to the event. This event encourages families to be social with their children, embrace alternative forms of transportation and highlight family friendly business in the area as well as local performing art talent.

At this KidZone Museum fudnraiser, food and drinks will be provided by Full Belly Deli, Fifty Fifty Brewery and Bonzai Coffee. Please bring your own chairs and blankets.

Music and entertainment include Todd Wees, Ben Fuller, Ben Jammin Allstars, Aaron Oropeza, Third Hand String Band and highlights of Hoola hooping. Also featuring a raffle with a chance to win a custom bike rack sculpture by Mountain Forge, a cruiser bike by Factory Bike and a youth Strider bike by Natural Riders. To buy raffle tickets or for more information visit

Event sponsors include Mountain Forge, INDependent Events, Natural Riders, Atypical Design, Crux Events, Eco Print and Imaging, Plumas Bank and Truckee Airport.

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