Something tells me I’m not the only one disenchanted with over-crowded pumpkin patches…so how about today’s totally fabulous anti-pumpkin patch idea, which includes another great give-away: Rock out – in costume – with popular kid-band, The Jimmies, at National Geographic on Saturday October 29! If you aren’t familiar with them, NYC-based The Jimmies are one of the most popular indie kid rock bands. They are a Parents Choice winner and named one of the top 20 Best Kids Albums of the Decade by AOL ParentDish.
So on Saturday Oct 29, wrestle your kids into their awesome Halloween costumes and head down to National Geographic to rock out with The Jimmies:
HALLOWEEN FUN WITH THE JIMMIES
SATURDAY, OCT. 29
TIX ADULTS: $16 / CHILDREN 12 & UNDER: $12
LIMITED-AVAILABILITY FAMILY 4-PACK: $40
Come dressed in your Halloween costume— maybe a lion, leopard, or tiger, to support NG’s BIG CATS INITIATIVE—and get ready to rock’n’roll.
Also really noteworthy, National Geographic is asking kids to “Cause an Uproar” this Halloween and join their fundraising efforts for Big Cats when they go trick-or-treating. So for any true animal lovers out there or kids with an early commitment to important issues, you can download the Trick or Treat info and encourage kids to ask for some spare change while they collect goodies on Halloween. I know I have one serious animal lover in my house who is bound to want to participate in this program.
Give-away Alert: National Geographic is offering a family 4-pack of tickets for this event! “Like” the Wired Momma Facebook page and send me an email at email@example.com by Sunday October 23. I will announce the winner on Monday October 24!