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It’s Spring, practically Summer. The weather is beautiful. I’ve been spending as much time as possible outdoors and with my family. Which means that I didn’t get the email about this awesome contest for more than a week after it was sent. I am thrilled that Indiana’s Family of Farmers wants me to give away Indianapolis Indians tickets to their Family Night at the Ball Park at Victory Field!
This is the perfect Spring, practically Summer family activity. Baseball is an activity that appeals to all ages. Victory Field is very family-friendly. You can even sit in the grass behind the outfield to watch the game, bringing a blanket and snacks, which is extremely helpful for wiggly little ones. Decorate cookies like baseballs or make this Bats, Balls, and Bases snack mix.
Enter to win tickets to the game on June 11th for your family by leaving a comment on this blog, telling me about your favorite baseball themed snack. Additional entires can be earned by tweeting “I want to win @indyindians tickets for #FamilyNight with @FamilyofFarmers http://ht.ly/bh8Yp cc:@hoosierpartygrl” Winner will be chosen on June 4th and must respond by email with their mailing address by noon.
More details from Indiana’s Family of Famers:
Indiana’s Family of Farmers (@FamilyofFarmers) will once again host #FamilyNight at the Ball Park at Victory Field this year.
Winners and their families (8 tickets) are invited to join us for the June 11, 2012 Indians Game against the Rochester Red Wings at 7:05 PM (Gates open around 5:30 PM).
Guests are also invited to join our In-Game Picnic in Coors Light Corner (Note: This is a different location than last year.) The picnic starts at 7:30 and goes through the game. You will have the option of watching the game from the picnic area or your seats, which are in 120 on the first base side.
Kids 2 and under are free on a lap or on the lawn.
See you at the ball game!
Alex Caviness said:
Its not a baseball game without peanuts and crackerjack
My kids have yet to make it to a ball-game. I’m kinda looking forward to them finding their own favorite ball-game snack. I love crackerjacks and popcorn.