Saturday, September 10 & Sunday, September 11, 2005 In observance of Patriot Day 2005, Worlds of Fun remembers and honors those who perished in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. We will not forget the events of that terrible day and how Americans responded with heroism, selflessness, compassion, courage, and hope.
Join us September 10 & 11, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. at Worlds of Fun for a moment of silence in honor of the victims of September 11, 2001.
Extra special All-American deals include:
2-For-1 RegularAdmissions! Purchase a full price Single-Day Worlds of Fun Regular Admission ticket ($36.95 plus tax) at the Worlds of Fun Main Entrance Saturday, September 10 or Sunday, September 11, 2005 and receive a second Single-Day Worlds of Fun Regular Admission for the same day FREE! Regular Admission is for guests 48" in height or taller in shoes. Offer is NOT valid toward the purchase of Oceans of Fun, Ride & Slide, Twilight, Two-Day, or Junior Admissions.
$9.95 + tax Junior & Senior Admissions! Junior guests ages 3 & older AND less than 48" in height in shoes, or Senior guests ages 62 and older, pay only $9.95 + tax for a full day of admission to Worlds of Fun. Juniors save $7.00 off the full $16.95 Junior gate price! Seniors save $26.95 off the full $36.95 Regular gate price
$1.00 All-American Hot Dogs! Save on food too! Hot Dogs are $1.00 all day long at select locations throughout the park.
$1.00 Sodas! Pepsi fountain drinks are $1.00 all day long at select locations throughout the park.
Special Announcement! Worlds of Fun has big news to share with park visitors on this special weekend.
Offer valid for full price tickets purchased in-person at Worlds of Fun, September 10 & 11, 2005. Discounts may not be combined with any other discounts or offers. Tax is added to ticket price at time of purchase. Offers carry no cash value. Prices, dates, times, hours & attraction availability are subject to change without notice.
I think it is a great idea. Not the whole celebration of a patriotic holiday or anything, but it is like they're making it easier for people to go and do something happy on a very sad day. How people think that you have to be sad and everyone else does on a day that causes memories of something I'd rather not think of is beyond me, it seems selfish.
I say go, have fun, you aren't going to be disrespectful to those who lost their life. I'd rather ride a coaster and eat fun food on a day that could potentially be upsetting if I just sit at home and watch the news all day.
With the $1 Hotdogs and Drinks, I plan on going on Saturday and maybe make a trip to Oceans Of Fun on the same day if the weather is nice. BTW also mark your planed visit on the calendar here at http://www.coasterbuzz.com/calendar.htm
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