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Has anyone heard of a 'gluten free' day at Hershey Park in July? I saw it mentioned on a celiac website, but there was no more information. Would love to take my daughter if it's true.

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I found some info for you, below. I took it from this site: http://www.celiacsonline.com/upcoming_events.asp#HersheyPark

Join us for a Gluten-Free Day at HersheyPark!

Saturday, July 30th

Park Hours: 10am - 11pm

Gluten-Free Lunch Menu

Beef BBQ Sandwiches, Hot Dogs & BBQ Chicken

(All with fixings and gluten-free Buns of course!)

Assorted Picnic Salads

gluten-free Desserts & Beverages

Ticket Prices - Includes Park Admission and Lunch

Age Ticket price with payment by April 30th. Ticket price with payment by June 30th.

3 - 8

55 - 69 $33.75 each $34.75 each

9 - 54 $36.75 each $41.75 each

70+ $30.25 each $31.25 each

*** Under Age 3 are Free ***

(I'm sorry if the pricing is a little confusing. If we buy the tickets early, Hershey will give us an additional discount, so I am passing that on to you. If you can't decide ahead of time, you can still participate; it will just be more expensive to do so.)

Questions? Call Jennifer Young 717-560-5739 or email: jennifernyoung@hotmail.com

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Jen - thanks for the info, it's a big help. Now I have to see if I can convince my daughter to go.

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I would be all over it if I still lived in PA !!

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I'd be all over it too if I still lived in PA. Headed back there in a couple of years.

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