The Colorado State University-Pueblo Athletics Department is proud to offer its annual "Take a Kid to the Game" night Saturday, Feb. 2 at Massari Arena as the CSU-Pueblo men's and women's basketball teams take on Western New Mexico. All children ages 12 and under will be admitted free to this event!
The event will feature Denver Nuggets mascot Rocky as well as a guest appearance by SpongeBob SquarePants. Children will have an opportunity to hang out in the "Kid Zone" which will include coloring, tattoos, picture and autograph session with Pack basketball teams and Rocky as well as have some soft drinks and ice cream.
CSU-Pueblo Athletics offers the "Take a Kid to the Game Night" annually at Massari Arena to involve the youth of the Pueblo community with the University and collegiate athletics. This year the ThunderWolves will be taking on the Western New Mexico Mustangs. The Pack women's basketball team will be in action at 5:30 p.m. and the men will follow at 7:30 p.m.
Come out and "Back the Pack" and "Take a Kid to the Game" as they battle the Mustangs from Western New Mexico on the beautiful campus of Colorado State University-Pueblo.
For more information contact CSU-Pueblo Director of Marketing/Promotions Josh Koschke at (719) 549-2254.
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