Last Saturday, Nebraska Children hosted more than 300 kids, moms, dads and grandparents at the first-ever Pinwheels for Prevention Picnic.
Held at the Railyard in Lincoln’s new Haymarket district, the picnic offered a chance for families to have fun together while learning about positive interactions. The Railyard’s “Cube” shared animated parenting information while picnickers enjoyed free food, toys, a bounce house, face painting, balloon animals and a performance by Lincoln’s family-friendly String Beans.
Nebraska’s First Lady Sally Ganem kicked off the event with a personal address about the importance of positive parenting.
Kids gathered lined up all morning to get a chance a the the bounce house, complete with slide!
Local clowns joined the fun to create balloon animals and paint faces.
Braeda Fresh Express provided free bagels, cream cheese and coffee cake in the morning. Closer to lunch time, Raising Cane’s served up chicken fingers. The special pinwheel cupcakes came from Serendipities on North 27th Street.
It was a wonderful morning, and all of us at Nebraska Children look forward to doing it again next year!
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