14th Annual Bunny Hop Benefits Chambliss Center For Children

Monday, April 28, 2014

The public is invited to the 14th annual Bunny Hop event to benefit the Chambliss Center for Children at the First Tennessee Pavilion from 6-8:30 p.m. on Friday.

This is a family friendly fundraiser held in the First Tennessee Pavilion. Kids of all ages are welcome to attend. Adults or grandparents without children are also welcome.

Activities will include arts and crafts, bunny petting station, balloon artist, inflatables, and a sports zone. They will also feature the Rolling Video Games truck, glitter tattoos, and a photo booth station.

All children in attendance will receive a Peter Rabbit coloring book.
 
Adults can enjoy live music, a silent auction, and a buffet dinner catered by Events with Taste.  Food provided for the children will include Zaxby’s chicken fingers, macaroni & cheese from 1885, fruit and carrots from BI-LO, and more.

Parking is free, and you can sign in and pay if you did not pre-purchase tickets at the event's entrance off of Carter Street. Reservations are requested and can be purchased at www.bunny-hop.org/make-reservations.

 


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