Lady Lions To Host Third Annual Community Carnival On October 25
Penn State’s Lady Lions are getting into the Halloween spirit this year, as they prepare to host the Third Annual Lady Lion Community Carnival. The carnival will take place at the Bryce Jordan Center from 1-3 p.m on October 25. Some of the Lady Lions and coaches will be around the carnival to lend a helping hand and interact with members of the community. The event is totally free and all ages are welcomed.
Guests will get the chance to dunk their favorite players in a dunk tank and partake in other fun activities, such as face painting, pumpkin decorating, and bouncing around in a bounce house. Food will also be available, including some fall favorites like apple cider, popcorn, and hot dogs. What better way to enjoy a fall day than with the Lady Lions and free food?
Doors will open at 12:30 to the public. Attendees should park in commuter Lot 44, next to the BJC, and should enter through Gate B.
The bag policy will be in effect for this event, so carnival-goers should not bring bags or purses larger than 8.5″ by 11″x6. Small purses, fanny packs, and diaper and medical bags will be searched upon entry.
Lady Lion fans can also go across the street during or after the carnival to the Penn State All Sports Museum, which will hold the annual trick or treat event. The event will run from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Admission is also free, and other Penn State student-athletes will be in attendance to hand out candy to visitors.
Make sure you check out these two great events this weekend and support one of Penn State Athletics’ most fun opportunities to meet Division I athletes.
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