PAC, RDAP host Family Fall Festival

The Family Fall Festival had games, a bounce house, s'mores and movies. (SOURCE: Jace Barraclough/KNOP)

NORTH PLATTE, Neb. Kids and their families had a great time at the Prairie Arts Center.

The PAC and RDAP hosted a Family Fall Festival which raised funds for the Rape/Domestic Abuse Program's Tina's House and the PAC art programs.

The kids were able to play games, jump in a bounce house, watch movies, eat food and make s'mores.

The Prairie Arts Center Executive Director Holly Carlini said she enjoys utilizing the buildings resources to help others.

"I think that's what the Prairie Arts Center is all about. We're a place that's a creative destination, and it's also a place for the community," said Carlini.

"I think it's very fortunate that we're able to use this facility to host community events for all ages."