Karsyn’s Karnival In The News!

May 19, 2015 by admin

Justin Sloan, Fund Raising Chair of Karsyn’s Karnival, talks about this year’s event on Comcast News Makers.

Remember to join us Saturday May 23, 2015 for food, games, crafts, pony rides and other fun activities. The event will be held at Cove Point Park in Lusby, MD from 10am – 1:30pm. Admission is $1 and individuals with Down syndrome are free!

Also check out an article just published by the Southern Maryland News. Read it here.

“The Balloon Nerd” Coming to Karsyn’s Karnival

May 3, 2015 by admin

BalloonDudeWe are proud to announce that “The Balloon Nerd” Brian Garner will be joining us this year from 11-1. Don’t miss your chance to grab a customized balloon creation. THIS GUY IS AWESOME!” You can get more information on Brian over at his website:
http://www.balloonnerd.com/

Karsyn’s Karnival – May 23, 2015

January 24, 2015 by admin

We invite the entire Southern Maryland community to join us Memorial Day Weekend Saturday May 23, 2015 for food, games, crafts, pony rides, a puppet show and other fun events to raise awareness about Down syndrome. The event will be held at Cove Point Park in Lusby, MD from 10am – 1:30pm. There will be a $1 admission fee per guest. Individuals with Down syndrome are free!

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**In the unfortunate event of rain, Karsyn’s Karnival will be held at:
Patuxent High School
12485 Southern Connector Blvd, Lusby, MD 20657

Karsyn’s Karnival In The News!!

May 12, 2014 by admin

– Elena Russo speaks with Erin Sloan, the President of Karsyn’s Karnival, KS2 4DS, Inc., about the commonalities of people with down syndrome. Karsyn’s Karnival is being held on May 31 at Cove Point Park. Remember to join us for this years Karnival on Saturday May 31st!!

– Karsyn’s Karnival featured in Southern Maryland Newsmakers!!

Recent Article About Karsyn’s Karnival

May 22, 2013 by admin

Below is a link to a recent article about Karsyn’s Karnival in the Southern Maryland News:

Read the article here: Carnival to raise Down syndrome awareness