Author: Riverside Miracle Park

WiggleFest 10

Bigg Wiggle fest 2018”
Saturday, September 15th, 2018
Ciociaro Club from 7pm – midnight

The City of Windsor joins several local sponsors and partners to proudly support the
10th Anniversary of the Bigg Wigglefest. This exciting annual fundraiser will be held on
September 15th at the Ciociaro Club Pavilion.
The proceeds from this year’s Bigg Wigglefest will benefit and support the development
of the “Inclusive and Accessible Playground” at Farrow Riverside Miracle Park. This will
be the largest accessible playground in Ontario. The groundbreaking for the first phase
of the park began in early August 2018.
Come on out to this 19+ event which includes live entertainment, dancing, mystery
bags, BBQ and cash bar…all for a great cause!
Tickets in advance are $10 online at Snapd Windsor or $15.00 at the door. Purchase of
8 to 10 advanced tickets will provide access for reserved tables upon request.
For more information or reservations, contact Nora Romero at nromero@citywindsor.ca
or 519-551-2831.

Nora Romero | Corporate Marketing & Communications Officer
Corporate Communications
350 City Hall Square West | 5th Floor | Windsor, ON | N9A 6S1
(519) 255-6100 ext. 6579
Cell: (519) 551-2831
nromero@citywindsor.ca
www.citywindsor.ca

annual 100 inning game

T-BALL & JR ROOKIE
PLAYERS JOIN US FOR

This year, the FARROW RIVERSIDE MIRACLE PARK is the chosen
charity for the 100 Inning Game. More than $1.4 million has already been
raised to turn the former Riverside Arena site into a dynamic community
space with a Miracle Diamond, inclusive and accessible playground,
prominently relocated Cenotaph, walking path and public gathering
space. WE NEED YOUR HELP to get the shovel in the ground this
Summer and make this amazing project a reality.
T-Ball and JR Rookie players are asked to come in uniform and ready to
play! Players will receive a free hot dog & drink after the game.
T-BALL: Saturday June 23 at 9:30 am
Jr ROOKIE: Saturday, June 23 at 10:30 am
There’s a lot going on that day at the park including baseball games, a
classic car show, concessions and a free OUTDOOR MOVIE on the
diamond at dusk. Rally the RMBA Mascot will be there, along with Sailor
Sue and FREE face-painting. We hope to see everyone there!
Players are asked to collect pledges and bring them to the event.
Charitable tax receipts are available for any donations of $20 or more.
See the pledge form attached for more details, including the great prizes
available to be won by participants! You can find out more about this
exciting community project at www.riversidemiraclepark.com.
Any questions please contact Cindy at 519-791-2522.

Full schedule available on
www.riversidemiraclepark.com

$2,000 in the next seven days

  • It’s official! We’ve made so much progress in our fundraising campaign that we’re getting closer and closer to building the new Miracle Park in the heart of Riverside.

The Riverside Minor Baseball Club has already received $1.4 million in government grants and donor commitments, and that means we should be able to put the shovel in the ground this summer. At least, we can with your support.

RMBC and the community need to raise a total of $2.5 million to create this outstanding regional park for the citizens of Windsor and Essex County. When completed, the park will include:

  • a fully accessible and inclusive playground
  • a Miracle Field Baseball Diamond designed for children and adults with challenges
  • a walking path for people of all ages and abilities
  • a relocated Cenotaph Honouring our Veterans of War

We’re so excited that we’re trying to raise $2,000 in the next seven days. How can you help? With your donation of $10, $20, $50, $100  … whatever you can pledge to make this happen. Tax receipts will be issued for donations of $10 or more. All you need to do is click on the link below to make this dream come true.

http://riversidemiraclepark.com/pledges/

Please know that your gift to the Miracle Park Project is a home run for the community.

Sincerely,

Dave Cooke

Fundraising Chair

Miracle Park Project