Family Fun Day returns Sunday, May 19

Tickets only $8 pre sale, includes Bisons game

By Blake Arlington / Buffalo Bisons | May 13, 2013 11:14 AM ET

The Event

Every year, the WNY United Foundation invites families to join us and celebrate our Annual Family Fun Day with the Buffalo Bisons. This event is a great, inexpensive way for families to kick off the summer, while supporting local substance abuse prevention programs.

Family Fun Day is about a healthy fun way to start the summer! For ONLY $8 (in advance), you can play in the "Kid's Zone" where we have Games, Bounce Houses & Slides, Arts & Crafts, Face Painting...and tons more! Each attendee also receives a lunch voucher and a Bisons game ticket with paid admission.

Family Fun Day is set up behind the ballpark while the Bisons host the Charlotte Knights, allowing families the option of playing or watching the game - or both!

Plus, there will be chances to win valuable prizes through the Family Fun Day Raffle held on the concourse. You can win awesome prizes like autographed Bills & Sabres gear, gift certificates to local restaurants and shops, salon packages, entertainment passes and a lot more. Our WNY United Wheel of Prizes will be there too, and for just a $1 donation - you can spin and win a great prize!

Family Fun Day Information

DATE: Sunday, May 19, 2013
TIME: Gates open at 12 Noon, Pavilion attractions close at the top of the 7th inning
BISONS GAME: Starts at 1:05pm
LOCATION: Coca-Cola Field, Rear Pavilion Area
ADMISSION: $8 each pre-sale/ $10 at the door, ages 2 and under are FREE!
TICKETS: You can purchase your tickets RIGHT HERE!

ACTIVITIES: Inflatable attractions, sports games, arts & crafts, temporary tattoos, New Era Cap decorating, Toddler Zone inflatables, the Bisons Baseball game and more! On the concourse you can purchase raffle tickets to win one of the fabulous themed gift baskets and you can also spin the WNY United Wheel of prizes for a $1 donation and win a prize.

For questions, please contact (716) 821-7722 ext. 314 or

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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