Spring is in the air and on Saturday, June 22, 2019 the Kenadi Jean Weis Foundation presents the 4th annual Kenadi’s Karnival & Silent Auction Fundraiser. This colorful main event is coming to the Spearfish High School grounds from ten in the morning ‘til four in the afternoon.
Our celebration will once again feature Carnival Games & Prizes, Bounce Castles, Petting Zoo, Strider Bicycle Course and Races, Don’t Thump Your Melon, Train Rides, Face Painting, Disney Princesses & Cartoon Characters, Photo Booth, Dunk Tank, Sweet and Sizzling Fair Food, Live Entertainment and an amazing Silent Auction.
We continue to raise funds to build an all-inclusive playground destination in Spearfish, SD. This impressive and unique universally accessible play environment will welcome kids and families of all ages and abilities to meet, interact, learn and grow together through parallel play.
If you would like to be a sponsor, host an advertising game booth, donate to our silent auction or volunteer, please contact us at email@example.com.
Come One, Come All and join the fun on Saturday, June 22, 2019!
We are super-excited to announce that the newly-crowned Miss South Dakota Amber Hulse will make a Special Guest Appearance at Kenadi’s Karnival from 11AM to 2PM! Come and get her autograph and take a photo with her 🙂
Amber’s hometown is Hot Springs, SD and she is a Political Science major at USD. Her Social Impact Initiative is Operation Overload and competing as Miss State Fair her talent was Piano. She will represent South Dakota in the Miss America pageant this September.
Where’s the fun without a little friendly competition?! The Strider Bike Races are designed to provide just that. We offer a safe, fun, and slightly competitive atmosphere where children can show off their skills in front of a cheering crowd supportive of all riders.
We welcome back Dr. Jonathan Reth, who was a cyclist on the US National Cycling Team during the 1990’s, to conduct the races. Ready. Set. Strider!
Special Needs will be determined by participation
Register any time before the races which begin at 1:00 PM
Heath Johnson is an Americana Country singer/songwriter from Spearfish, SD. He organizes the South Dakota Songwriters group and activities around the Black Hills area and puts together songwriter’s rounds for other local artists. His musical influences range from classic country, to modern Americana, folk, and red dirt music. Along with his solo shows, he is also the lead in an Americana Honky Tonk band named The Ruthless West.
The acoustic classic country duo of Dan Coleman and Ja’net Eastman are also part of the original music group, South Highway 85. These two self-proclaimed country bumpkins from up north play some mighty fine toe-tappin’ music!
We thank these fine musicians for sharing their talent on stage at Kenadi’s Karnival with all of us! Without them we’d be listening to a prerecorded playlist, and it doesn’t like applause nearly as much as they do!