Unlimited rides, carnival games, winning prizes, face-painting and meeting some of your favorite celebrities… sounds like one fun-filled and magnificent day! Already, the Mattel Party on the Pier event sounds like an incredibly fun and enjoyable day perfect for the whole family to cherish; and wait until you hear this. Not only is the Mattel Party on the Pier event a spectacular event for everyone of all ages to truly enjoy, but the event focuses on benefitting the Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA (how terrific is that?!). On October 5th – families, friends, supporters, and many of your favorite celebrities will be gathering together to show their support towards the Mattel Children’s Hospital LA for the 15th Annual Mattel Party on the Pier event.
The renown Mattel Party on the Pier event continues to inspire attendees each year; and without a doubt – the Mattel Party on the Pier event continues to get better and better year by year; so don’t miss out on this year’s event.
The 2014 Mattel Party on the Pier event will be hosted by the one and only, Sarah Michelle Gellar. According to the press release, “Guests and online fans are invited to bid on exciting items up for auction at www.partyonthepier.ucla.edu/auction.html. Party-goers will also enjoy complimentary gift bags filled with such items as Magic Johnson and Zach Greinke Bobbleheads provided by The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, the Original Super Hero shoe accessories from Bex, and many more surprises.”
Many of your favorite celebrities will also be having a blast and even helping out in the game booths. Come get up close and personal with many special celebrity guests during the Mattel Party on the Pier meet and greet. Take a look at who the special celebrity guests of this year’s Mattel Party on the Pier event is: (source: press release)
Mattel Party on the Pier Celebrity Guests: Sarah Michelle Gellar will host this year’s event. Joining the festivities are: Mark-Paul Gosselaar (“Franklin & Bash”); Dodger Alumni Al Downing, Rey Cy, Shawn Green and Ken Landreaux; the cast of “Girl Meets World,” including Rowan Blanchard, Sabrina Carpenter, Peyton Meyer, August Maturo, and Corey Fogelmanis; stars from the upcoming film Max Steel, Ben Winchell and Ana Villafañe; Nolan Gould (“Modern Family”); Willow Shields (The Hunger Games trilogy); George Newbern (“Scandal”); Carrie Ann Inaba and Jonathan Bennett (“Dancing with the Stars”); Nathan Kress (“iCarly”); G Hannelius (“Dog with a Blog”); Augie Isaac (“Mighty Med”); Austin North (“I Didn’t Do It”); Cade Sutton (“Kirby Buckets”); Chrissie Fit (Teen Beach Movie); Dylan R. Snyder (“Kickin’ It”); Devan Leos (“Mighty Med”); Francesca Capaldi (“Dog with a Blog”); Ciara Bravo (“Red Band Society”); Hal Sparks (“Lab Rats”); JacobBetrand (“Kirby Buckets”); Tiffany Espensen (“Kirby Buckets”); Laura Marano (“Austin and Ally”); Karan Brar (“Jessie”); Jordan Fisher (Teen Beach Movie); Landry Bender (“Crash and Bernstein”); McKenna Grace (“Crash and Bernstein”); Amber Montana (“Haunted Hathaways”); Mekai Curtis (“Kirby Buckets”); Taylor Spreitler (“Melissa and Joey”); Olivia Holt (“I Didn’t Do It”); Olivia Stuck (“Kirby Buckets”); Paris Berelc (“Mighty Med”); RainiRodriguez (“Austin & Ally”); Sarah Gilman (“I Didn’t Do It”); Skai Jackson (“Jessie”); Temara Melek (singer); and more to be announced.
Here are more details regarding the event:
When: Sunday, October 5, 2014 from 10 am – 2 PM
Where: Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier
Come on out to this awe-inspiring and remarkable event! Buy tickets: https://giving.ucla.edu/Standard/NetDonate.aspx?SiteNum=684 – all proceeds benefit Mattel Children’s Hospital LA!
Press Release statement, “For the past 15 years, Mattel Party on the Pier has provided unrestricted funding to launch high-priority programs and support innovative research discoveries that benefit children being treated at UCLA and around the world. Recent support has been directed to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and gene-therapy programs, research on autism-related epilepsy and treatments to improve immune function for children who have undergone chemotherapy and bone-marrow transplants.