Penn State Recreation To Host ‘Super Mario’ Kids Golf Challenge
Penn State Parks and Tourism Management students, including Penn State football player Lamont Wade, will host the “Super Mario” Kids Golf Challenge from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, November 3 at the Penn State Golf Courses. Kiddos aged 5-10 from the State College area are all invited to participate in this free, family-friendly event.
Attendees should come decked out in a spooky Halloween costume or as a Super Mario character. But be sure to also dress appropriately for the weather, since activities will take place both indoor and outdoor events.
Kids will have the opportunity to participate in activities such as Yoshi’s Trivia, Mario Golf Instruction, and Peach’s
Event staff will provide golf equipment, but guests can bring their own. No golf experience is necessary to attend. Children are encouraged to come to have fun and learn more about golf. To register for the event, you can email the event’s staff with your name,
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