The Pioneer Florida Museum, 15602 Pioneer Museum Road in Dade City, hosted its third annual Family Field Day event last month. The free, family event featured many classic field day games, such as relay races, tug of war, and barrow races. Other attractions included bounce houses, water games, face painting, Karaoke, music, food, games and a giant slip-and-slide. There also were numerous drawings with prizes donated by local businesses and sponsors, including the Tampa Bay Rays and the Tampa Bay Lightning.
In lieu of admission, organizers accepted monetary donations, as well as unused socks, toiletries, and nonperishable food that will benefit Friends of Joshua’s House (a safe haven for abused children) and Bright Hopes (a homeless resource organization).
The Field Day was presented by Color me Abstract, a nonprofit organization that helps families balance their lives through education, art and service to their community.
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