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Kids' Day at the Little League museum is free. The event will include arts and crafts, games, interactive experiences, story time, photo opportunities, Clifford the Big Red Dog of PBS Kids, and of course Little League’s lovable mascot, Dugout. Photo provided

The World of Little League® Museum and Official Store is hosting its annual Kids’ Day on Saturday, November 16, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the museum. There is no charge for attending Kids' Day. The event will include arts and crafts, games, interactive experiences, story time, photo opportunities, as well as a visit from Clifford the Big Red Dog of PBS Kids and of course Little League’s lovable mascot, Dugout.

“Every year, our Kids Day event brings an incredible amount of fun, excitement, and joy to the visitors of our Museum and provides local families with a great way to spend their Saturday in Lycoming County,” said Lance Van Auken, Little League Vice President and World of Little League Museum Executive Director. “With a number of activities available and a visit from this year’s special guest, Clifford the Big Red Dog, Kids' Day 2019 is shaping up to once again be an exciting day of fun for the whole family.”

Along with the interactive experiences within the Museum, visitors may enjoy Storytime with Debby the Clubhouse Mom and a meet-and-greet opportunity with Dugout and Clifford the Big Red Dog. Parents are encouraged to take photos.

“VIA Public Media is thrilled to be part of Kids Day 2019 at the World of Little League Museum on November 16 and to welcome Clifford the Big Red Dog in celebration of the relaunch of Scholastic Entertainment’s multiple Emmy®-winning preschool series CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG® that debuts on VIA Public Media this December,” said Debby the Clubhouse Mom. “We hope you will come out and meet Clifford the Big Red Dog and enjoy Story Time and Arts and Crafts with me at this great event.”

Along with Little League and VIA, at least 10 other youth service agencies and organizations supporting youths and their parents will be in attendance with information tables throughout the museum and activities for the children. Visitors donating a new toy valued at $10 or more to Toys for Tots will also receive a complimentary return ticket to the Museum.

The organizations participating and their activities (if available) are:

  • Advanced Pain Management and Rehab (Hula Hoops and Trigger Points)
  • City Church Moms Group
  • DeWald Chiropractic (Spinal Screenings and Sport Health Information)
  • James V. Brown Library (Baseball Trivia with Prizes)
  • Kingdom Kidz (Puppet Show)
  • North Central Sight Services (Vision Testing)
  • Susquehanna Council of Boy Scouts of America (Giant Connect Four and Cornhole)
  • Penn State Extension and Lycoming County 4-H (Mr. Yuck program)
  • Williamsport Crosscutters (Plinko Prize Game)
  • YWCA