The seventh annual TWIG Pumpkinpalooza, benefiting Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s inpatient rehabilitation unit, will be held on Saturday, Sept. 19 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Lynd Fruit Farm, located at 9851 Morse Road SW in Pataskala.
Hosted by TWIG, a volunteer organization of Nationwide Children’s, Pumpkinpalooza features food, hayrides, a pumpkin patch, games, bounce houses, crafts, corn maze, Pick-a-Prize and more. While helping to support Nationwide Children’s, Pumpkinpalooza attendees can enjoy a day-long, family-focused autumn festival that helps bring communities together..
Along with free admission, attendees can participate in various activities with the purchase of an activities wristband. For more information or to purchase discounted wristbands, please visit NationwideChildrens.org/Pumpkinpalooza
. Wristbands will also be on sale at the gate.
For more information, please contact Ashton Slagel at (614) 355-5432 or Ashton.Slagel@NationwideChildrens.org. Additional corporate sponsorships opportunities are still available.
2015 Pumpkinpalooza Activity Wristbands Prices
Toddler Fun Pass (3 years and under)
$8 in advance, $10 at the door
Kids Fun Pass (4-12 years)
$12 in advance, $14 at the door
Adult Fun Pass (13 years and older)
$10 in advance, $12 at the door
TWIG of Nationwide Children's Hospital are groups of women throughout central Ohio who dedicate their time and talent in support of Nationwide Children's Hospital. Since their inception in 1916, TWIG has raised more than $30 million to support patient care, education and research at Nationwide Children's Hospital. The women of TWIG believe in the mission of providing the highest quality care to all children and families regardless of their ability to pay. Today, over 800 active members continue the TWIG legacy through a variety of fundraising efforts such as the annual TWIG Bazaar, the sale of holiday cards and greetings program, the Women’s Division of The Memorial Tournament and the many projects and events coordinated by over 70 individual TWIG groups throughout central Ohio.