This year’s 39th Annual Flyers Wives Carnival will be on March 13, 2016 from 1:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. at the Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers Wives Fight for Lives Carnival is a genuine family affair that involves the participation of the Flyers’ players, management, staff, alumni and families. The first Carnival was held February 1, 1977. Later that year, one of the Flyers’ own, Barry Ashbee, died of leukemia. With his death came a truly heartfelt focus to the Flyers Wives Carnival.
The Flyers Wives Carnival offers families a fun-filled afternoon at a very reasonable price, all for a good cause. Fans have the opportunity to meet Flyers players on a very personal level and receive autographs and photos with players and alumni, alike. Activities include: interactive games against players, shot on goal and coming back again this year, a 70-ft Ferris Wheel!
*Children under 12, children under 2 admitted free.
For more information please visit: PhiladelphiaFlyers.com/Carnival
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