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Magic Springs Theme and Water Park will offer special Education Appreciation Days this month to salute the "hard work and dedication of all education professionals," including administration, dietary, health services, janitorial, security, transportation and, of course, teachers, a news release said.

Education professionals can bring their school ID to any ticket window July 21-26 and 28-31 for free admission to the park. Family members will be admitted for $35.99 plus tax when accompanied by an educator.

"We invite all educators to soak up the last days of summer vacation at Magic Springs as a 'thank you' for their hard work for our students," Jack Bateman, general manager, said in the release. "This is a chance for us to give back and provide family friendly fun for all types of educators!"

Educators can experience Meet-A-Mermaid Monday on July 22, catch "Captain Marvel" from the Wave Pool at the July 26 Dive-In Movie, and explore more than 33 rides, slides and attractions at no cost during this special event, the release said.

To learn more about these and other special events, visit http://www.MagicSprings.com/special-events.php. Magic Springs Theme and Water Park is now open daily through Aug. 11. Regular daily admission to Magic Springs is $59.99 for adults and $39.99 for children and seniors. Season passes are $74.99. Prices do not include tax.

Entertainment on 07/11/2019

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