Daly City Mayor Manalo to kick off school carnival

/ 10:51 PM May 08, 2018

Daly City Mayor Juslyn Manalo

DALY CITY — Mayor Juslyn C. Manalo will lead the ribbon cutting at the Annual Spring Carnival at Our Lady of Mercy School on Friday, May 11at 3:30 p.m. on the school grounds located at 7 Elmwood Drive, Daly City, with a reception to follow.



The two-day carnival will include food trucks, games, rides, live DJ music, silent auction, and “happy hour” for school parents and adult guest. This event will be open to the community.


Online Tickets for 1-Day & 2-Day Passes (Unlimited Rides) are available on Eventbright:


Individual tickets (20 Tickets or 50 Tickets) are also available on site, both Friday & Saturday during Carnival hours between the hours of 2pm to 10pm.

Our Lady of Mercy School is a Catholic parish elementary school, from pre-school through 8th grade, Co-educational, founded in 1955, originally staffed by the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael.

OLM School collaborates with the student families and parish communities to provide a learning environment that calls our students to realize their God-given potential and talents.  OLM School is fully accredited by Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) and Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).  The Preschool is fully licensed by the State of California (Facility License #414002868).

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