funfest

funfest

(ˈfʌnˌfɛst)
n
1. dialect US a festival or gathering for the purposes of enjoyment
2. an enjoyable experience

fun•fest

(ˈfʌnˌfɛst)

n.
a party or other gathering for fun. Chiefly Brit.
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The Family FunFest will take place on the front lawn of Oak Middle School.
Kids' Summer FunFest This festival at the American Helicopter Museum features crafts and games, excursion ideas, prizes, refreshments and live entertainment.
June 2: flea market, all day; food collection drive for FunFest bed race from 8 a.
Organizers of the school's 2007 FunFest - scheduled for the weekend of May 31 to June 3 - are seeking participants to help make the event a success.
Adding to the funfest, Gloria garnered $200 on her first Foxwoods coin drop.
April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- This summer, Children's World Learning Centers across the country are offering kids through age 12 a summer camp that explores 12 different regions of America in FunFest 2003, a summer-long program that's all about celebrating our communities and our country.
Instead of the usual stuffy black-tie awards event, this was a major funfest where stars dressed up but let their guard down.
The candidate will be at the Library with his wife Cindy and their three children to participate in the Library's Family FunFest.
Simon will be participating in the Library's Family FunFest and help local Boy Scouts serve a barbecue lunch.
The Democratic Party is clinging to the same one-point edge over the Republicans that it held before the Philadelphia funfest, writes White House Correspondent Rick Dunham.