Come celebrate agriculture with us this week at the Corn Crib! The Normal Cornbelters will be showcasing ag all week long, starting tonight with Illinois Corn night, where early birds will be able to take advantage of half-price concessions (between 6:00-6:30pm). Don’t miss out on any of the great nights that are planned!
Monday, July 18 – Illinois Corn Growers Night
All Illinois corn farmers receive 50% off their tickets by showing their Association Card. There will also be $1 corn dogs all night long courtesy of the Illinois Corn Growers.
Tuesday, July 19 – Salute to Pork
Local Pork Producers will be recognized as a part of Ag Week at the Corn Crib, presented by Illinois Corn Farmers.
All kids in attendance are welcome to run the bases after the game.
Wednesday, July 20 – Salute to Beef
Local Beef Producers will be recognized as part of Ag Week at the Corn Crib, presented by Illinois Corn Farmers. There will be a mooing contest between innings, a milk chugging competition and a cow tipping challenge.
Friday, July 22 – 4H & Agriculture Night
Bring a group out for Agriculture Night to attend an exclusive Q&A session with local ag experts! This night will also feature farm machinery on display outside the ballpark and an interactive 4-H area featuring a petting zoo (depending on heat), hog calling contest, seed spitting contest, hill rolling contest, exhibit display and much more!
Stick around after the game for a spectacular fireworks show.
Saturday, July 23 – Illinois Corn Marketing Boar & Pioneer Night
Local Corn Farmers will be recognized as part of Ag Week. This is also “Health & Wellness Night” at the Corn Crib, where the players and Corny will show you how to eat well and live a healthy lifestyle throughout the game.
For more information go to http://www.normalbaseball.com.
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