UnitedHealthcare presents Fall Festival event at the Mid-Michigan Children's Museum

October 14, 2018

SAGINAW, MI- Oct. 11, 2018: UnitedHealthcare (UHC) will host Fall Festival at the Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum – located at 315 W. Genesee Ave. in Saginaw – from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, November 4. All grandparents receive FREE admission. Plus, UHC is sponsoring free admission for all guests that show their Medicare or Medicaid cards and guests with UnitedHealthcare Community plans. For all other guests, the fun-filled fall festivities are included with regular paid admission.

“Unitedhealthcare is excited to partner with the Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum on this fun event for grandparents and their grandchildren. UnitedHealthcare’s mission is to help people live healthy lives and help make the healthcare system work better for everyone. A day full of fun for grandparents and their grandchildren at a great venue like the museum furthers our mission, so we’re excited and grateful to be a part of it,” explained Michael Parr, Executive Director, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan.

“Thanks to UnitedHealthcare’s generous support, families will enjoy fun autumn-themed crafts and games during our Fall Festival. Guests can celebrate the season with pinecone paintings, prize drawings and delicious popcorn, cider and yummy loaded apples from our apple buffet!” said Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum Volunteer & Event Coordinator Kaye Reimers.

The Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum is the only hands-on museum in our Great Lakes Bay Region created especially for children ages newborn through 10 years old. Each gallery was designed by children’s museum specialists and educators to ensure that children are educationally engaged as they play.

To learn more about the event, please call (989) 399-6626 or check out the details on Facebook.

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