$5 all you can eat ice cream for charity!

Fellow blogger Kariyanine asked what he can do this weekend, and I am here to the rescue with a suggestion! I happen to know a few things about the due, so my suggestion is tailored to his question.

This suggestion is only good for people who:

  • have children.

  • like ice cream.

  • have $5.

    You have to be one of the above or this won’t work. Here goes…

    I propose that everyone with an ounce of fun in their bodies make their way to Penn’s Landing this weekend for the first annual Fun4Kids Fest! This shindig is cheap as free and kicks off Friday (that would be today) at 11a with Sunoco Welcome America’s Kids Day and runs until 5p. On Saturday and Sunday, the festivities start at noon and run until 5p with all sorts of themed activities for kiddos. The theme, by the by, is “Back to the Future” and is supposed to transport kiddos and their families through the history of technology and into the future.

    Now, let’s get to the good part, IE why Cory and I will be there. We don’t have babies, and we aren’t kids anymore; but we like ice cream! And we like charity!
    All three days, there will be a Super Scooper Plaza that features all-you-can-eat ice cream for just $5! Five bucks! All you can eat! Ice cream! And maybe Rita’s! The article I linked above has this to say:

    “The Super Scooper All-You-Can-Eat Ice Cream Pavilion will be open each day of this three-day festival. More than 20 different vendors will provide all-you-can-eat ice cream samples. Pavilion hours will be 12 Noon until 5:00 p.m. each day and a $5 donation is required to enter the pavilion. Past vendors have included Ben & Jerry’s, Rita’s Water Ice, Breyers, Wawa and Haagen-Dazs. All net proceeds from the event will benefit the Joshua Kahn Fund to fight pediatric leukemia and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Oncology Division.”

    Oh man oh man oh man. $5 all you can eat ice cream for charity! I’m all about this, dudes. So head up to Penn’s Landing and check out the fun. And ICE CREAM!

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