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Ice Cream Party with Sam’s Fans
March 3 @ 11:00 am-1:00 pm$5.00
Come join us for an ice cream party to celebrate Sam’s birthday month! Ticket price includes ice cream and pizza, live music, and kids’ activities and crafts!
Adults (13+): $10
Kids (Ages 4-12): $5
Infants and Toddlers (Ages 0-3): Free!
We’ll also have a raffle with some fun goodies for parents and kids from local Columbus businesses and organizations!
** Tickets are required for entry and can be purchased beforehand or at the door on the day of the event! **
Sam’s Fans honors the life of Sam and continues her legacy by bringing music and art therapy to hospitals. Currently, our biggest area of impact is supporting music and art therapy programs at Ohio hospitals. We have a presence at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Dayton Children’s Hospital, and Akron Children’s Hospital. Our mission is to support and enhance music and art therapy programs for seriously ill children and their families and bring some joy to their long days in the hospitals.
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