The dinosaurs are coming to Pittsburgh

February 5, 2017 by  

The 21st annual UPMC Children’s Ball is taking place next month in Pittsburgh. A fundraising event for the Matilda H. Theiss Child Development Center, it is presented by the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.

The theme for this year is ‘Dino Bash’ and guests will have the opportunity to walk amongst the prehistoric creatures. This is an event for children and adults, and there will be lots of fun activities for both during the evening. There will also be fossil hunting activities, the chance to learn about paleontology and hands-on artistic activities. Sing-a-longs, special dinosaur guests, balloon artists, and strolling performers such as musicians and magicians will keep everyone entertained. Guests will also enjoy food and drink.

Sponsorships can be purchased from $1,500 up to $15,000. Sponsors will be recognized both at the event and on its print advertising.

The Matilda H. Theiss Child Development Center provides help to the community in the form of preschool and nursery care, health and trauma treatment, and outpatient services.

Pittsburgh stationery printing firms often help provide print advertising such as flyers, posters, and signs.

The UPMC Children’s Ball will be held at Heinz Field on March 25 from 5:00 to 8:00 pm. Tickets are $100 for adults and $40 for children. To get the most recent information about this event, call 412-802-8256.

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