Weekend Picks: Transylvania Adventure Games, September 27, Brevard, N.C.

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Test your limits at the Transylvania Adventure Games this Saturday, September 27, in Transylvania County, N.C. Full of challenging fun for the whole family, this obstacle course experience is sure to make you move, sweat, and smile.

The course will take participants through tunnels, under webs, over walls, around barriers, and plenty more! Each portion will push your body and your mind, and leave you feeling spent and satisfied. Plus, anyone can join in! Children and adults of all ages can enjoy the adventure, and even the little ones can run around a special course made just for kids 5 and under.

In addition to the course itself, the Transylvania Adventure Games will feature food vendors, music, face painting, and a silent auction.

Best of all, anyone can attend the TAG festival Screen Shot 2014-09-17 at 11.42.02 AMfor free! Tickets for the obstacle course itself will then be sold the day of the event for $5 each. All profits benefit the Mountain Sun Community School in Brevard, North Carolina.

Dive into a new kind of fun at the Transylvania Adventure Games, this Saturday at the Transylvania County Recreation Center.

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