The Children’s Cabinet and the Kiwanis Club of Reno Sunrisers will co-host a family event and fundraiser at Bartley Ranch Region Park on Saturday, March 31 from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. The event will offer a wide range of springtime and Easter family activities including an Easter parade with prizes for costumes and creativity, crafts and games, a photo booth, face painting, and an Easter Bunny appearance. Event admission will also include a BBQ lunch for attendees.
Tickets are $10 per person and available online at www.ChildrensCabinet.org. All proceeds from the event will benefit programs and resources offered through the Children’s Cabinet to local children and families in need.
“We are excited to partner with the Kiwanis Clubs [Reno Sunrisers and Sparks] to create this new family event for the Reno area,” says Amy Riley, Manager of Communications for The Children’s Cabinet. “Our collaborative team has worked hard to make this a terrific day for kids and families. Saturday will be a beautiful day for families to join us at Bartley Ranch, enjoy a great lunch, family activities, games, and more.”
Free parking, all activities, and lunch included are included with ticket purchase. Proceeds will directly benefit The Children’s Cabinet and its mission of keeping children safe and families together with programs and resources for local families. Tickets are available in advance online at www.childrenscabinet.org.
The Children’s Cabinet:
The Children’s Cabinet is a Nevada nonprofit organization dedicated to keeping children safe and families together. Since 1985, The Children’s Cabinet has collaborated with public partners and community leaders to identify gaps in service and to meet the needs of a wide-ranging age group—from small children to young adults. Services include child care resources; parenting classes; education and work experience programs; outreach to runaway, homeless, and foster youth; and family counseling. With the help of donations and other community support, The Children’s Cabinet is able to provide its many programs and services at no charge. For more information about Children’s Cabinet, please visit www.childrenscabinet.org or call 775-856-0123. Follow us on Facebook, www.facebook.com/childrenscabinet and Twitter at www.twitter.com/ChldrnsCabnt.
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