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40th annual Apollo-Ridge Learning Festival set for Saturday

| Tuesday, March 13, 2018, 1:00 p.m.
Inflatable attractions should be a hot spot for kids at the Apollo-Ridge Learning Festival. This photo shows a past festival.
Justin Guido | Trib Total Media
Inflatable attractions should be a hot spot for kids at the Apollo-Ridge Learning Festival. This photo shows a past festival.

Making learning fun for 40 years, the annual Apollo-Ridge Learning Festival Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. will feature a slew of activities free to Apollo-Ridge students.

The festival will be held at Apollo-Ridge High School, 1825 Route 56, Spring Church, Kiski Township.

The event is presented by the Apollo-Ridge Education Foundation, which provides funding to the district for innovative educational programs.

The festival will feature mini camps, demonstrations, games and activities, face painting, art and crafts show, inflatable rides, bounce houses and more.

To learn about the details of the festival, visit online:

For more information on mini camp/workshop or to sponsor a unique learning experience, contact Cris Kostiuk 724-478-6010 or

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