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Ramadhan Fun Fair

The first iftaar of the holy month, was followed by our first ever Ramadhan Fun Fair!  This was no hired carnival, Moms got creative and made DIY games like pin the dome on the masjid, minute to win it, ring toss, ball toss, masjid golf, car racing, spin the wheel Quran trivia and other amazing booths!  There was popcorn and cotton candy a fabulous photo booth with the most fabulous props as well as candy and prizes! Tattoos, and face painting that was not only fun for the kids but an artistic creation!  The surprise ice cream truck was a huge hit and to our estimation everyone had an amazing time! Thank you to all the moms who rallied and helped put this fair together for the children! 




 
   

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