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Be Prepared to Go Prehistoric!
NO other “Puppet Show” compares to what Jurassic Kingdom has to offer!
Not only will you get to see life like dinosaurs in ACTION, you will also have the opportunity to touch, and interact with them throughout the show! Be prepared to meet 5 year old, full grown Velociraptor, Lucy, and many more at the 2023 Auburn CityFest!
Bama Air Dogs
Can your dog do this? These Canines are jumping with energy and jumping to catch discs! Come see the Bama Air Dogs as our Headlining Entertainer this year at CityFest. They are well known for their exciting shows and talented dogs. This is a performance you will not want to miss.
The Kreher Preserve and Nature Center
Did you know that there are 8,240 species of reptiles in the world? Their educational exhibit teaches about zoology, botany, geology, astronomy, food webs and habitats as well as environmental conservation and sustainability. Get ready to learn and play with the Kreher Preserve & Nature Center!
Boy Scouts, Saugahatchee District
Get ready to learn the tricks of the trade with ScoutFest, presented by the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), Saugahatchee District. The BSA is one of the nation’s largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. This program for young people builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship and encourages personal fitness. For more than a century, the BSA has helped build the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. The BSA believes helping youth is a key to building a more conscientious, responsible and productive society. The Saugahatchee District is comprised of more than 25 units in Lee County and is part of the Chattahoochee Council based in Columbus, Ga. Join us for a variety of demonstrations and activities. For more information about Boy Scouts, visit beascout.org or saugahatchee.org.
Southeastern Raptor Center
Raptors have three physical characteristics that set them apart from other birds: strong grasping feet with sharp talons, a hooked or hook-tipped beak and a diet that consists mostly of meat. If you like the sound of that, you’ll love visiting the Raptor Center at this year’s Auburn CityFest. The Auburn University Raptor Center is bringing some of their feathered friends (eagles, falcons, hawks, owls, etc.) to Kiesel Park, giving Auburn residents a chance to get a closer look at, not only the eagles that fly at the football games, but also other types of raptors. Stop by the Raptor Center exhibition to check out Auburn University raptors and learn more!
You don’t have to be at the circus to see this extravagant Stilt Walker! Toddy key is an expert Stilt Walking entertainer who will make your jaws drop with what he can do being 12 feet tall. He has traveled all around the U.S. walking and has even performed for the President at The White House! Auburn CityFest is lucky to have this incredible performer show his talents on April 29th!
Get ready for Korea Fest, a celebration of all things Korean, happening soon on April 29th at CityFest. This festival is an incredible opportunity to experience the rich and diverse culture of Korea. With a variety of activities and events, there is something for everyone at Korea Fest. You can enjoy traditional Korean music and dance performances or try your hand at traditional crafts like paper lantern making and hanbok dressing. Mark your calendars for this exciting event and join us for a day of fun and discovery with Korea Fest!
Aubie The Tiger
You read that right! The tiger will be joining us at CityFest this year to provide smiles and laughter to everyone. It is often said, Women love him, Children adore him, and Men want to be him! Come and hangout with this living spirit of Auburn and see why he is so admired!
Kids can take home an art kit at the ArtFest Tent sponsored by Auburn Parks and Recreation!
Sensory Inclusion Vehicle
and Tiger Babies Breastfeeding Pods
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