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    According to a press release issued yesterday, ticket sales begin today.  Entertainment-seekers have their first chance to purchase tickets for Louisville’s new highly-anticipated winter attraction. Snow Ball Park, the ultimate destination for cold-weather fun, opens at Cardinal Stadium at the Kentucky Exposition Center on Nov. 25.

    The park will feature snow tubing, a snow maze, snowmen, ice sculpting and an abundance of other winter activities. Sledding tubes will be provided for customers for two-hour sessions for use on an 8-lane tubing hill. The park will offer music, dancing, dinner, drinks and concessions and will also have private settings and catering for corporate events, birthday parties, holiday events and school fundraisers.

    Ticket prices for the inaugural season of Snow Ball Park vary by session. Sessions run:  12-2 p.m., 2-4 p.m., 4-6 p.m., 6-8 p.m. and 8-10 p.m. Ticket prices are as follows:

    Single 2 hour sessions beginning before 6 pm - $12

    Single 2 hour sessions beginning at 6 pm or later - $15

    Snow Ball Park admission without access to snow ramps - $8

    One Day Pass (good for every session that day) - $20

    Two Day Pass (good for every session over 2 consecutive days) - $35

    Children under 3 years of age are free

    Snow Ball Park will be open Nov. 25, 2011 through Jan. 16, 2012. Tickets are available at the Kentucky Exposition Center, KFC Yum! Center and Kentucky International Convention Center Ticket Offices and all Ticketmaster outlets. Charge by phone at 1-888-976-6922, or purchase online at using ticketFast.

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    I am a working mother of four kids, age five and under, this includes two singletons and a set of twins. When I say working, I mean that I stay at home with them, but work my butt off to take care of them and get the "usual" things done for our home. I also help my husband with our business when I can. B.K. (before kids) I worked in the Human Resource field. Stay At Home Mom is by far my favorite career choice to date.

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