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A Very Special Sprout Snack at the Show

February 26, 2012

With towering displays and colorful flowers, the Flower Show is a wonderland for kids of all ages. But this year we’re offering up something extra special for the preschool set…a Sprout Snack!

On Sunday, March 11, from 3:45 to 5:15 pm, join beloved characters from the PBS Kids Sprout Television network. These VIPs of the playground include Kelly from The Sunny Side Up Show, the Pajanimals, and the Berenstain Bears.

As you and your family enjoy a mid-day snack, the friends from Sprout will join you at your table to chat, sign autographs, and pose for pictures—and every family will be given a goody bag! Click here to purchase tickets to the Sprout Snack.

Enjoy this and a variety of other family-oriented activities in the Einstein Healthcare Network Family Lounge (room 203), powered by Sprout. Children can create crafty projects, play with toys, put on a puppet show, or watch their favorite movies. Sprout’s Super Why and Wonder Red will make an appearance each day.

The Lounge is open all week from 10 am to 5 pm; parents must accompany children. Be sure to take advantage of the Family Fun Ticket Pak to get the most out of your visit!

Plan Your Visit: Value Ticket Packages

February 2, 2011

Whether you’re a Flower Show veteran or planning your first trip, this week I want to share some tips to help you get Show ready. For instance, I highly recommend the value ticket packages available online at www.theflowershow.com.

If yours is a family of four, consider the PHS Family Fun Pak. For $70 you receive two adult and two child (ages 2-16) tickets to the Show.

No kids? No worries—opt for the PHS Value Pak. Receive four adult tickets for the super-low price of $95.

But wait, there’s more! In addition to the tickets, both Paks include a free, one-year PHS membership. The benefits of membership are just about endless, so read up on the Family Fun Pak and Value Pak here.

If you have questions about this offer or anything pertaining to the Show, ask away in the comments section.

Want a Family Discount to PHS and the Flower Show?

February 4, 2010

Purchase two adult tickets and 2 child tickets (ages 2-16) for $65 and receive a FREE one-year Family Associate membership to the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society!

At the Show, Members receive exclusive admission to the Members’ Lounge at the Convention Center, where you may catch a restful moment before heading out to explore ten acres of enticing exhibits as well as gardening and culinary presentations.

Members also receive money-saving discounts on home and garden gifts at the official Flower Show Shoppe and select vendors in the enormous Show Marketplace.

After the Flower Show ends, enjoy year-round benefits such as:

• Special membership pricing for education programs, garden visits and special events.

• Discounts at garden centers and nurseries including Meadowbrook Farm, and affiliate of PHS.

• Free plant(s) at the Members’ Day Annual Plant Dividend (Subscriber level excluded)

• Gardening advice through Garden Q&A

• Member circulating privileges at the McLean Library

• Discounted admission to Chanticleer in Wayne, PA

• Participation in the Subaru VIP Program

The Family Fun Pak may be purchased online here or by calling 215-988-8776 or 215-988-8832 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Children’s Activities Coming to the Flower Show

January 28, 2010

The Flower Show is a grown-up gardener’s paradise, and it can be a wonderland of discovery and delight for children as well.

The larger-than-life displays offer a unique setting in which to engage youngsters in the beauty of the natural world and ignite a lifelong passion for its precious plant life.

Show organizers have arranged a specially priced $65 Family Fun Pak of discounted tickets offering two adults and two children admission to the Show and free membership in the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.

Jaw-dropping displays such as the 28-foot-tall hot air balloon covered with 79,000 dried flowers at the Show entrance and a life-size elephant in the Indian wedding-inspired exhibit by Jamie Rothstein Floral Design are sure to catch the interest of young people from toddlers to teens.

Equally impressive giraffe and lion sculptures stand guard over the South Africa-themed display by the American Institute of Floral Designers (AIFD), and a dragon slithers through a Maori-inspired New Zealand exhibit by Stoney Bank Nurseries.

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