Head Out To The Movies With The Toledo Mud Hens and Ohio’s 529 Plan
Before you enter the ballpark or as you leave the field, be sure to enter to win a $529 College Savings Award from the Mud Hens and Ohio’s 529 Plan at CollegeAdvantage.com/Mud-Hens. For official rules, click here.
Through Oct. 30, the Toledo Mud Hens are opening up the outfield of Fifth Third Field for Fifth Third Movie Nights! Families and friends will sit in their own square pod that can sit up to eight people with a six-foot safety path along each side. All guests will have to wear face coverings when entering and leaving the ballpark, as well as when they walk around the ballpark. You do not need to wear face coverings while sitting in the pod.
All tickets are $15 each. The cost includes admission, hot dog, popcorn, and a choice of soda or bottled water. Children two and under do not need a ticket. No outside food or drinks are allowed in the ballpark. The concession stands will be open to purchase extra movie snacks.
Also, to make sure the outfield remains in perfect condition during the movie series, lawn chairs, inflatable furniture, and any other type of seating that is raised off the ground or has legs will NOT be allowed into the ballpark. You can bring, blanket, towels and pillows.
Tickets must be purchased in advance; there will no event-day or walk-up tickets available. All pods placements are assigned when you purchase the tickets. An email link to the tickets will be sent the day before the movie.
The dates and movies are:
- 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3 – Ghostbusters
- 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10 – Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
- 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17 – The Nightmare Before Christmas
- 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23 – Toledo Walleye Night: The Mighty Ducks
- 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30 – Hocus Pocus
The gates open 90 minutes before the start of the movie for your family to come in, get comfortable on the ground with your blankets, and enjoy the movie treats and fresh air before the start of the movie.
Ohio’s 529 Plan looks forward to seeing you at the ballpark and at the movies!
lf you’d like to learn more about the tax-advantaged way to save for college, explore Ohio’s 529 Plan — The Plan That Can.
Posted on October 01, 2020