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The end of the Nebraska State Fair doesn’t have to mean the end of enjoying traditional State Fair food.

If you can’t get enough corn dogs, cotton candy and other traditional fair food favorites, you’re going to love the annual Terrace Town Carnival. And unlike the State Fair, you can enjoy this event without ever leaving town.

You can always count on the Legacy Terrace to put together a purple-ribbon lineup of food and fun. This year’s public celebration is 12 noon to 3 p.m. Sunday (Sept. 9) at the Legacy Terrace, 5925 Fremont St., and coincides with Grandparents Day.

Fair food

The friendly folks with the Legacy Retirement Communities have put together a tantalizing menu for Sunday afternoon. You’re invited to step right up and go ahead and stuff yourself with mouthwatering carnival crowd favorites such as snow cones, corn dogs, curly fries, soft pretzels, enchiladas, churros, pie and cotton candy.

You can slake your thirst with a variety of sodas, iced tea and bottled water.

You’ll be a winner every time as you enjoy the loaded lineup of food and fun that has made this Legacy Retirement Communities family festival an autumnal tradition.

Horsin’ around

The Terrace Town Carnival might not have State Fair attractions like the world’s largest bull or a two-headed horse, but it will have pony rides and the creative balloon art of the talented Happy D Klown. There will even be a professional photo booth, with lots of creative props to capture just the right moment, and the toe-tapping live music of the Oasis Bluegrass Band.

Prints of your favorite images will be provided at no charge.

The Terrace Town Carnival even provides convenient access to the grounds. Shuttle service will be available throughout the day at Cross the Line Church, 5925 Adams St. Round-trip shuttle service will run continuously throughout the event, from 11:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Family favorite

The Terrace Town Carnival is a time-honored signature event that brings families together for food and old-fashioned fun. It’s an autumn celebration that deserves a prominent spot on your family calendar.

“Everyone looks forward to this family-oriented event,” said Robert Darrah, Dining Services manager for the Legacy Retirement Communities. “It’s a great way for grandparents and their grandchildren to come together on Grandparents Day.”

See you at the Terrace Town Carnival!


L Magazine editor

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