Pembroke Pines Snowfest: Snowmen and Food Trucks

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The City of Pembroke Pines is hosting their annual tree lighting ceremony and Snowfest Saturday, December 9th from 2 - 6 p.m.

This family-friendly event will feature music, children's games, a visit from Santa Claus and 50 tons of snow! 

Food trucks will be serving up a host of kid-friendly fare and wallet-friendly prices. Trucks include

Bamboo Noah's,

Che Grill,


,Daddy's Grill,

Dim Sam A Go Go,

Dolci Peccati,

Latin Burger & Taco,

Mangia Mia,

OMG Burgers,

El Rincon de Coqui,

Sir Pizza,

Slow Food Truck,

Snow Caps,

Sugar Rush,

Tikiz, and

Wrap It Up.

Admission to food truck area is free. Admission to snow play area is $4 for Pembroke Pines resident children, $6 for non-resident children. All children 2 and over need a ticket, parents are free. Purchase tickets at the snowfest, or in advance at these locations.

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