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March 23 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Children’s festival honors community heroes!
Cranberry Twp, PA : The Heart Prints Center is excited to announce the 6th annual Herofest will take place Saturday, March 23, noon to 3 p.m. at the Regional Learning Alliance in Cranberry Township. This one-of-a-kind children’s festival will honor community heroes and celebrate the ways we can all be heroes, big and small.
Herofest will feature a variety of engaging learning experiences from the Heart Prints Center and fun activities for all ages. Returning favorites include the superhero cape station, dance parties and meet and greets with the pajama heroes, and local heroes from the Police, EMS, and Fire departments. Other family-friendly highlights include a trackless train ride (weather permitting), model train display, a superhero obstacle course, science experiments, crafts, face-painting, balloons and more. Tickets are $10 and available online at http://herofestforheartprints.eventbrite.com or at the door. Children under 2 are free.
Everyone can be a birthday superhero at Herofest when they bring a NEW superhero themed doll or book to donate to the event on Saturday, March 23! Help us honor the hard work Beverly’s Birthdays does everyday to ensure every child in Pittsburgh celebrated on his/her special day.
Participants include Sing Sing Sing, Ohio Valley Lines Train Museum, Shining Dance Stars, Beverly’s Birthdays, Zang TKD, Otto Productions, Robin the Balloon Lady, Pittsburgh Rocks, Acton Academy, Hockey Sticks Together, Your Hangout Spot, and so much more! #Herofest2019 #HeartPrintsEd
Benefits Heart Prints Center, a non-profit, non-denominational 501(c)(3) early learning center located at the Regional Learning Alliance in Cranberry. HPC strives for a more peaceful world by involving young children, their families and their teachers in a process of self-directed, lifelong learning which will encourage young children to think clearly and creatively, discover cultural and aesthetic values, respond sensitively to others, manage conflict respectfully, and recognize they are members of the worldwide community. For more information, visit www.heartprintsed.org.