The Capital Health Auxiliary will host its third annual carnival fundraiser on Wednesday through Saturday, July 26 through 29, 2017 at Woolsey Park (formerly known as Alliger Park) in Hopewell Township.

The carnival, which is open to the public, offers a long list of family entertainment and helps support the educational and health initiatives that Capital Health offers its neighbors throughout the region. Unlimited ride wristbands will be available for purchase on all days (including Saturday from 6 to 10 p.m.) for $30. A discounted pre-sale price of $25 is available online at campys.com/events. Daily themes on Wednesday through Friday will also include special wristband discounts for qualifying visitors.

Calendar of Carnival Themes

Wednesday, July 26: “School’s Out” Day, 6 to 10 p.m.

(Open to all students, teachers and school staff in all school districts). Any student or employee wearing school/team t-shirt or ID gets $5 off an unlimited ride wristband purchase. The Capital Health Auxiliary’s Arts and Healing Committee will also display an exhibit of artwork from the 2017 Carnival Art Contest for Children. Local students in grades K to 12 who participated in the contest can stop by to see their work displayed.

Thursday, July 27: Fire/Police/EMT/Veterans/Military Personnel Day, 6 to 10 p.m.

$5 off unlimited ride wristbands for anyone in uniform or with ID. Visitors will have an opportunity to climb aboard a fire truck and get an up-close look at the inside of a police cruiser and ambulance!

Friday, July 28: Capital Health Day, 6 to 10 p.m.

$5 off unlimited ride wristbands for any Capital Health employee with ID. Tours of the Capital Health Mobile Stroke Unit, only the seventh of its kind in the United States, will be offered to visitors!

Saturday, July 29: Community Vendor Day, 2 to 10 p.m.

Visit our Vendor Row area to learn more about the local businesses and organizations that are sponsoring our carnival.

“The Auxiliary has a long history of supporting Capital Health’s two hospitals and helping to provide ways for the community to get involved. Our annual carnival has become one of our biggest annual fundraising efforts, and we couldn’t do it without the support of our volunteers and the generosity of our sponsors,” said Donna Costanzo, president of the Capital Health Auxiliary.

With rides, games, music, food, and community outreach programs, Capital Health’s third annual Auxiliary Carnival promises to be four days of fun for the entire family. Visit capitalhealth.org/carnival for complete details.

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