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UPMC Children’s Ball

March 19, 2016
Heinz Field
6 to 9 p.m.

The 20th annual UPMC Children’s Ball is a very special event designed for families and friends to enjoy an extraordinary evening of entertainment.

This year’s Children’s Ball will be held on March 19, 2016 from 6 – 9 p.m. at the Heinz Field UPMC East Club Lounge.

Children, parents, grandparents, and friends will be entertained and inspired as they embark on this family camping adventure – all for a good cause!

Sing and dance, show your artistic side, interact with special guests, and test your skills at fun carnival-style games as we bring the great outdoors inside! In addition, strolling performers, delicious food, themed entertainment, and balloon artists will dazzle campers of all ages.

Watch footage of the 2010 event.

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Tickets: $100/adult and $40/child

Contact: To order tickets or for sponsorship information, contact Gina O’Malley at 412-802-8256.

Activities and Entertainment:

  • Face painting
  • Music and dancing
  • Arts and crafts
  • Kid-approved food
  • Balloon sculptures
  • Treat bags for kids
  • Caricature artists
  • Scavenger hunt
  • Family photos
  • Special guests
  • Basket raffle
  • Stilt walkers

Beneficiary: The Matilda H. Theiss Child Development Center

The Matilda H. Theiss Child Development Center has provided early childhood mental health services in the Pittsburgh area for more than 30 years and offers a variety of vital programs to promote the health and well-being of its pediatric clients and their families. Using cutting-edge and innovative service delivery techniques across center-based, outpatient and community-based modalities, the Center benefits from its close ties with the highly regarded Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic and UPMC.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Please consider supporting the 20th annual Children’s Ball. Children’s Ball sponsorship packages are available in a wide range of levels and feature many wonderful incentives for you and your business, including the opportunity to enjoy the city’s premier family event.

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