Join us at the Huntington Park for our summer baseball outing to watch Columbus Clippers take on Syracuse Chiefs!
This event is jointly organized by ACS-Columbus and Younger Chemists’ Committee (YCC)- Columbus. ACS membership is not required. Bring your friends and family to enjoy it together!
Please purchase your tickets using the following link provided by Clippers:
This is a secure link created and provided by Columbus Clippers. It allows our members to get their tickets online before the game day. The tickets are for the lawn area.
Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for Children under 12 and Seniors (60+).
To Purchase a child or senior ticket at a discounted price please use the discount code 1ACS for $2 off. If you have 2 children use : 2ACS, 3 children use: 3ACS, 4 children use: 4ACS.
Tickets are limited. Get yours soon!
Please check-in with us inside the stadium in the Lawn area.
Special Attractions: Fireworks! Marvel Superhero night! Party at the Park!
We look forward to seeing you and your friends/family at the game!
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