April 26, 2014
The 10th Annual Ivy Tech Community College Run for the Ivy 10K Run and 5K Run/Walk fundraiser will take place on Saturday, April 26, 2014. This event raises scholarship funds for Ivy Tech students in our community while promoting healthy activities for participants.
Since this is our 10th anniversary, we have added a second race, a 10K. We hope this will pull in another group of runners who strive for longer distances. There will be a kids’ free fun run like in years past. The kids love it! In addition, our early childhood education students will provide child care for racers’ children during the race.
- Bounce House
- Sumo Wrestling suits
- Face Painting
- Balloon Animals
- Corn Hole
- Cotton Candy Booth
- Popcorn Booth
- Ritter’s Ice Cream $3 a cup (a portion of the proceeds will benefits KIC-IT)
- Kitchen Little Food Truck
37th ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF THE YOUNG CHILD
SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014
l0:00 a.m. to Noon
Sponsored by: Child Care Answers
Columbus Parks and Recreation
The festival is an opportunity to bring together many agencies and programs centered around young children and their families. The free festival features a wide assortment of child-participating activities and displays geared to young children up to eight (8) years of age. This is a great “outing” for the entire family…Hope to see you there.
For more information, contact:
Phone: (812) 379-2319
Animals are an important part of any farm. They give us food and clothing, they protect us and even help with chores. We’ll learn all about the furry and feathered friends on the farm and make some animal crafts too. Which animal will be your favorite? Our Saturday Samplers are monthly family friendly workshops catered towards small children.
25th Anniversary Celebration of Ritter’s Frozen Custard
710 Creekview Drive, Columbus. (off N Marr Rd near Movie Theater)
Live Broadcast: 2-4pm
Celebration all day from Noon to 10pm.
Specials every hour
Bounce House Obstacle course from noon to 7pm
Face Painting from noon-4pm
Free Italian Ice samples starting at noon (while supplies last)
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