The Palm Springs Public Library is pleased to announce the return of the FAMILY FUN FEST on Wednesday, April 13, 2022 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. on the field of the Palm Springs Stadium, located at 1901 E. Baristo Rd. This FREE community spring festival had been an annual event presented each year during the first week of the PSUSD spring break and we are excited to bring it back! Many local organizations will join the library, all presenting their programs and services currently available or soon to come. There will be fun activities, crafts and much more to do at the festival, including a bounce house and an appearance by ‘Sparky’ the Fire Dog at the CERT Trailer from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Participating organizations include:
Alzheimer’s Association of Coachella Valley
Animal Samaritans
PS Boys & Girls Club
The LGBTQ Center
Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert (CDMOD)
City of Palm Springs Parks & Recreation
City of PS Fire
City of PS Sustainability
Dance with Miss Lindsay
Desert Composting
Desert Water
E & E Pels Lemonade
First Tee of Coachella Valley
Friends of the Palm Springs Library
Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio
LifeStream Blood Bank
Mix 100.5 live broadcast
Mizell Center
PS Animal Shelter
PS Cultural Center
PS Disposal Services
PS Library Foundation
PS Mounted Police and Search & Rescue
PS Power Baseball
Palm Springs Unified School District (PSUSD) Early Childhood Education
SunLine Transit
Whitewater Preserve with The Wildlands Conservancy
This is FREE community event, and everyone is welcome. All attendees will receive a lanyard with a special card; visit all the booths and mark your card and enter to win a prize basket full of fun merchandise, gift cards and more valued at several hundred dollars!

“It’s time to celebrate spring and learn more about all the programs and services available for families in our community,” said Jeannie Kays, Director of Library Services. “We had to pause this event for a couple of years due to COVID-19 but we are thrilled to offer this event once again, and so are our participating organizations.”

For more information visit the library’s web site at