You’re Invited to ‘Spring into QC’ on April 8
Hop on over to one of Queen Creek’s signature events, Spring into QC on Saturday, April 8 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Desert Mountain Park, 22201 S. Hawes Road. Presented by Dignity Health, Spring into QC is a free event offering something for everyone! The family friendly day of fun includes a variety of activities including an egg hunt for the little ones, color splash, great food and live entertainment.
Food and select activities will be available for purchase. General wristbands will be available for $7 with access to inflatable attractions; all-inclusive wristbands will be available for $10 with access to inflatable attractions and the roller rink. Individual tickets for train rides and the roller rink will also be available for $3 each.
The inaugural kickball tournament is still accepting registrations! Hosted by the East Valley Kickball Association, the double elimination tournament is open to participants 16 years and older. The tournament will include eight teams on a first come, first served basis. Visit QueenCreek.org/SpringintoQC for more information and to register. The Queen Creek 5, an organized run along the Queen Creek Wash Trail, will be held prior to Spring into QC. To register for the QC5, or for more information, visit QueenCreek5.org.
Vendors for Spring into QC will be accepted through March 16. Vendor fees vary from $100 to $150 (including late fees) based on type of booth. All booth spaces are 10 ft. by 10 ft. and vendors are responsible for their own supplies. Information regarding vendor fees and applications are available online.
For more information about the event visit QueenCreek.org/SpringIntoQC. For sponsorship opportunities, vendor questions, or to volunteer, contact Erica Perez at 480-358-3719 or Erica.Perez@QueenCreek.org.
A special thanks to the sponsors of Spring into QC, Cornerstone, Garn and Mason Orthodontics, Hunter Contracting, Joyride Express Car Wash, Kids First Pediatric Dentistry, Pediatrics of Queen Creek, Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport Authority and SRP.
Constance Halonen-Wilson, Public Information Officer