10 entrants win tickets to AZ RenFest from Independent Newspapers

Congratulations! The following 10 entrants have won of a family four-pack of tickets (two adult, two children) to the 29th Annual Arizona Renaissance Festival and Artisan Marketplace, which takes place Saturdays and Sundays through April 2 in Gold Canyon.

The festival village is off U.S. Highway 60 east of Kings Ranch Road in Gold Canyon. It is open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Please allow for heavy traffic on U.S. 60 during the peak times when the festival is opening and closing.

Winners must pick up their tickets by 4 p.m. Friday, March 3, at the Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent office, 2066 W. Apache Trail No. 110 in Apache Junction. It is in the Ocotillo Center, on the northeast corner of West Apache Trail and Ocotillo Road, just west of Ironwood Drive. Please bring a photo I.D.

Our office hours are generally 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. However, we recommend you call the office at 480-982-7799 before stopping by because the office is sometimes closed during those hours when our staff members are out on appointments.

Need extra tickets? Visit renfestinfo.com and click on the “Arizona” festival to purchase tickets online.

The winners are:

•Kay Cleveland

•Margo DeJaynes

•Derick Dejno

•Christine Frank

•Susanne Kronemeyer

•Judy Levine

•Floyd Martinez

•Heidi Myers

•Bryant Powell

•Sarah Silvernagel

The winners entered the giveaway at the Independent Newspapers booth during the Lost Dutchman Days event Feb. 24-25 at the Rodeo Center in Apache Junction.

Huzzah! Enjoy!

Independent Newspapers, serving Apache Junction/Gold Canyon and Queen Creek
apachejunctionindependent.com, queencreekindependent.com, mesaindependent.com

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