Falcons Present Six Flags Night March 13 to Benefit Square One
SPRINGFIELD — The Springfield Falcons will celebrate Six Flags Night on Sunday, March 13 at 5 p.m. against the Syracuse Crunch. The Falcons and Six Flags New England will partner for the first time to support the Square One, a 133-year-old, nonprofit organization that provides services for children and families throughout the Springfield area.
Fans will have the opportunity to be gifted Six Flags memorabilia, day passes, and front-of-the-line access passes with a donation to Square One.
“Opportunities like this are a great reminder of how fortunate this region is to have businesses and community leaders who are so committed to the work of organizations like Square One,” said Kristine Allard, Square One’s vice president of Development. “We are so grateful to Six Flags and the Springfield Falcons for lending their support to our important work with children and families.”
Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno, and Agawam Mayor Richard Cohen will go head-to-head in a first-intermission shootout. Each mayor has 10 pucks to attempt to shoot into the net. For each successful goal, Six Flags New England will donate 10 tickets valued at $61.99 to children and families affiliated with Square One. In addition, Looney Tunes characters will be in attendance.
To purchase tickets, call (413) 739-4625 or visit the team office at the MassMutual Center weekdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are also available on ticketmaster.com.