It’s that time of year again…baseball, warmer weather and Carson Wealth’s annual FAMILY, FUN & FIREWORKS event! The 2015 event is set to take place Friday, June 26th at the home of Ron & Jeanie Carson.

This fun-filled backyard BBQ starts at 7 pm and includes delicious food, thirst-quenching drinks and activities the entire FAMILY can enjoy! FUN attractions will consist of caricature artists, face painters, a magician/balloon artist to bring out the kid in all of us, a photo booth to capture family memories, a bounce house and much more.

If you haven’t quite filled up from the tasty dinner buffet, various food vendors scattered throughout the event such as hot dogs and ice cream are sure to hit the spot. At dusk, a spectacular FIREWORKS show will light up the night sky to conclude this action-packed night.

Parking is limited at the venue so guests are encouraged to park at Lakeside Hills (2323 S 171st Street) where shuttles will be located to transport guests to and from the event. Shuttle service will begin at 6:45 pm and will run continuously throughout the evening.

If you wish to attend this event, please RSVP prior to Friday, June 19th to (402) 829-1799 or (877) 729-1799 or email events@carsonwealth-staging.com.

We are looking forward to sharing the evening with you!

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