Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012
$7 in advance online
$8 at the door
As another Michigan winter approaches, the weather is growing chillier and children are spending less time outdoors. What’s a busy parent to do to break the indoor monotony without breaking the bank?
The Arab American National Museum (AANM) has a solution – Frost Fest! From 2-4:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 15, families are invited to attend this winter-themed party featuring games and craft activities for all ages, Kid Karaoke, a raffle with exciting prizes, a pizza feast and a “decorate-a-cookie” station.
This year, the AANM has teamed up with Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries to encourage Frost Fest attendees and the public to donate new, unwrapped toys, games, books and clothing for the homeless children up to age 16 currently residing there. Scroll down for more information.
Tickets for Frost Fest are $7 in advance online HERE and $8 at the door; all activities and refreshments are included. Adults are admitted FREE; adult food tickets will be available for $2.
Help make the holidays a little brighter for a homeless child!
Guests of Frost Fest are encouraged to bring in a NEW, unwrapped gift for donation. Gifts will be distributed to homeless children age 0-16 living at the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries. Suggested gifts are hats, gloves, socks, underwear, toys, games, and books for both genders.
Guests who bring a gift will receive one FREE raffle ticket.
The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries [DRMM], has been serving the community and those in need of assistance in the City of Detroit for the past 103 years. Founded in 1909, DRMM now has more than 15 different sites throughout the City of Detroit and in Highland Park, each catering to a different clientele [men, women, women with children, men with children, families, veterans, teens].