Mountain Lions Host "Kids Night Out" Jan. 4
Registration Form (.pdf)
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Children ages seven through 12 years old can enjoy a night of games, activities, crafts and more when the University of Colorado Colorado Springs women's basketball team hosts "Kids Night Out" on Jan. 4. The night will run from 6-9 p.m. at the UCCS Student Recreation Center.
Kids can enjoy basketball, swimming, movies, games, crafts, concessions and more from the Mountain Lions. Costs for the event are $10 for one child, $15 for two children and $20 for three or more children. Parents can sign up their children by using the included registration and waiver form.
For additional information, contact the UCCS women's basketball office at (719) 255-5212 or by e-mailing Head Coach Corey Laster at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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