Springfield, OH, June 06, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- This year the Ohio Masonic Home Foundation is hosting its 29th Annual Masonic Home Day open to the public. Free parking and free admission are just the beginning of a day of fun-filled activities.
After alighting from their vehicles visitors can stroll through the many vendor tents hosted by Masonic Lodges from across the state and campus residents, or venture over to partake in a variety of Aspired Living activities. Aspired Living is a way of serving the aspirations of residents and guests. For the enjoyment of attending families, there will be carnival games, a bounce house, corn hole, a rock climbing wall, a dunk tank featuring the Grand Master as a target, horse drawn trolley rides, and hot air balloon rides.
If those activities are too rigorous, feel free to find some shade, pull up chairs or blankets and watch the Shrine parade; complete with clowns, mini cars, and Masons. Or later in the day, stop by for PeTey & the Cruisers for a concert of favorite songs from the 50s and 60s. The final event of the day which needs highlighted is an auction, where bidders are vying for the chance to put a cream pie in the face of a campus president or the CEO, Tom Stofac. For more information, visit www.ohiomasonichomeday.org or come to Home Day beginning at 11am.
Since its incorporation in 1890, The Ohio Masonic Home has provided continuous long-term care to residents of the State of Ohio. The Home serves nearly 750 residents on Aspired Living campuses located in Springfield, Waterville and Medina, Ohio. The organization also provides home and community-based services in various locations across the state.