HeartPrints Center for Early Education will celebrate past, present, and future heroes at the Annual HeroFest at the Regional Learning Alliance, Cranberry Township. This year some of the events include: a Hero Party with the Police Pup and Pink Pup, a laser show, art and science experiments, face painting, hair chalk, balloon artists, photo booth, and food! All activities listed are included in the ticket cost. The family-friendly event recognizes the different ways that people can help make the world a better place – from fire fighters and military personnel to doctors, educators, athletes, environmentalists, artists and more. Children and adults will learn how they can be heroes, and enjoy interactive activities, crafts and entertainment.
Participants include: PGH Party Creations, Marshall Township Volunteer Fire Department, RMU Stem Outreach, Mattress Factory, Northern Regional Police Department, Guardian I.D. Kids Program, Butler Humane Society, Face Painting, Cranberry EMS & Ambulance, Save the Monarch, Shelter Box, DGM Photography, Television Media Group, U.S. Airforce, Abraham Lincoln Impersonator, Center for Speech, Positives Steps, DJ Otto, Haberman Magic, Isle of You Salon and more…
HeartPrints is a non-profit, non-denominational 501(c)(3) early learning center located at the Regional Learning Alliance in Cranberry. It is a family-centric education program that encourages young children to think clearly and creatively, to discover cultural and aesthetic values, to respond sensitively to others, to manage conflict respectfully, and to recognize they are members of the worldwide community. For more information, visit www.heartprintsed.org or contact Grace Byrnes or Julie Byrnes at 724-741-1008.
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|Where||850 Cranberry Woods Drive, Cranberry Township PA|