This evening, Tuesday, May 28 is Operation Parent night at the Louisville Bats baseball game at Slugger Field. Doors open at 5:30pm. Admission is $5 per person and it’s $1 Hotdog and $1 Pepsi night at the game tonight. The baseball game begins at 6:35pm.
There will be a host of family-centered organizations on hand with loads of information, giveaways, and prizes for you and your family. Here is a rundown of who will be there tonight and what they are offering:
- Muhammad Ali Center will have candy for the kids.
- Drama by George will have a free photo-op in your favorite costume.
- Louisville Free Public Library will be there to introduce their summer reading program.
- Louisville Science Center will demonstrate science experiments and have giveaways for kids.
- Los Monitos will share the benefits of learning a new language.
- YMCA will show you and your family how to stay active this summer.
- Junior Achievement will have a chance to win a summer camp for kids ages 9-12.
- Challenger Learning Center will have calendars courtesy of the International Space Station and a drawing to win a space camp this summer.
- Big Brothers Big Sisters will teach you how you can help others around the community.
- The Parklands of Floyds Fork will let you get up close with some critters and have summer camp information on hand.
- Louisville Visual Art Association will be doing their creative thing with kids.
Sounds like a very fun time for Louisville families. Most schools (with the exception of JCPS) are out for the summer. This evening’s Bats game along with all of these fun activities will be a great way to celebrate! The evening is made available in part by Louisville Bats, Every1Learns, and Operation Parent. To learn more about Operation Parent, a nonprofit organization dedicated to being an advocate for parents of preteens and teens, visit their website at www.operationparent.org. To purchase advance tickets, click here.
Image courtesy of operationparent.org