CA’s KidsDay on June 11

Columbia Association hosting annual KidsDay party at Columbia SportsPark on June 11

KidsDay, the fun, annual welcome-to-summer event for kids hosted by Columbia Association (CA), returns on Saturday, June 11, with a party from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Columbia SportsPark.

KidsDay is open to the public; there’s no need to sign up. Just show up and enjoy a day of super-fun activities at Columbia SportsPark, 5453 Harpers Farm Road toward the back of the Harper’s Choice Village Center.

Mini-golf and all-you-can-hit batting cages will be free for all kids ages 13 and younger; those 14 and older can pay $5 for one activity or $7 total for both. There will also be numerous other fun options available and free to all, including arts and crafts, a moon bounce, face painting, animal balloons, dance music, and a variety of games and structured activities. While you and your family are having fun, learn more about CA’s great youth programs, classes, camps and special offers.

Concessions will be available for purchase, including food, beverages, snacks and ice cream. Door prizes will also be held during KidsDay.

Through April 1 , CA is accepting applications from kid-related vendors. Interested vendors should call 410-423-1891 or email Erin.McPhail@ColumbiaAssociation.org for an application.

About Columbia Association

Columbia Association (CA) is a nonprofit community services corporation that manages Columbia, Maryland, a planned community that is home to approximately 100,000 people and several thousand businesses. Additional information about CA is available at ColumbiaAssociation.org.

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