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Kids get more free activities at Rays games this year

The Family Fun Days at the Rays games are returning this season with some extra attractions thrown in for free. Every Rays Sunday home game will feature free parking for cars with four or more passengers, a giveaway for kids 14 and under, and activities for kids on the concourse. Those activities are all now free. Activities include the Rays Carnival, Grand Slam Alley, Power Alley Batting Cage, Speed Pitch, Coaches Corner, Raymond's Art Studio, Pop Noggins Interactive Video and Topps Make Your Own Baseball Card. In addition, kids will be able to run the bases after the game and participate in a Wiffle ball home run derby. Extra entertainers will also be provided including face painters, glitter tattoo artists, magicians, mimes, stilt walkers, jugglers and balloon artists. The first Family Fun Day is the April 7 game against the Indians with an Evan Longoria wall cling giveaway for kids 14 and under.

Kids get more free activities at Rays games this year 03/08/13 [Last modified: Friday, March 8, 2013 6:03pm]
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