Keyote Is Out and About This Weekend
Just because the Keys are out of town doesn’t mean that Keyote’s job stops. Starting tomorrow at 7:30am, Keyote will embark on seven appearances out of the forty scheduled for the month of May. If you want to see Keyote this weekend, there are plenty of opportunities for photo-ops, autographs and other shenanigans. Check out what he has going on below.
Saturday May 4th
7:30am-9:30am – Keyote will be at Power Plant Live in Downtown Baltimore for the Fiesta 5k! The run supports ALS Research and has raised almost $377,000 thus far this year. Keyote will be joined by the mascot from UMBC in the event’s fun zone. Come out and enjoy inflatables and a great family atmosphere that also supports a fantastic cause!
11:30am-12:30pm – After his stop in Downtown Baltimore, Keyote will head to Green Valley Elementary School in Monrovia, MD for their annual school carnival. Keyote has been a regular at this event and it has been quite a good turnout. With the temperature predicted to be in the 70’s, it should be another great day! The event lasts from 10am-3pm and includes a bake sale and silent auction.
2:30pm-3:30pm – Following a quick stop for some food, Keyote will head back to the friendly confines of Harry Grove Stadium. In the stadium parking lot, the Re-modelers Association is having an event. Keyote will be mingling with the people for an hour before heading to his last event of the day.
4:00pm-6:00pm – The last stop for Saturday is the Frederick Running Festival at the Frederick Fairgrounds. The Keys will have a booth at the event in building #13 from 10am-4pm. Keyote will arrive right in time for the Kids Fun Run. Here is the schedule of events for the Running Festival…
RACE DAY SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Saturday, May 4th
10am-6pm Health and Fitness Expo, Frederick Fairgrounds
5pm Kids Fun Run (three heats)
6pm The Gazette Twilight 5k
7pm Awards ceremony for Overall Winners of The Gazette Twilight 5K
Sunday, May 5th
10:00am-12:00pm – Eldersburg, MD will be the first Sunday stop for Keyote. Where, you ask? Hoppers Kidszone. For just $7, kids can enjoy a variety of inflatables, including bounce houses, obstacle courses and more! Open bounce time begins at 9am and ends at noon.
1:30pm-2:30pm – The LOUYAA Baseball Hit-A-Thon is the next stop on Sunday’s agenda for Keyote. Held at Kemptown Elementary, Keyote will spend his hour there taking pictures and of course interfering with the hit-a-thon, per usual.
3:15pm-4:15pm – The final stop for the weekend is at the Camp Shoresh BBQ Banquet. The event runs from 2pm-5pm and will include challenge courses, pony rides, sports, archery, hay rides, professional athlete appearances and much more!
Can’t see Keyote this weekend and want him at your event? Contact Brandon Apter at email@example.com or 301-815-9919 to find out if Keyote can come to your event!
The Keys return home next Friday, May 10th at 7PM for a three-game series against the Blue Rocks. Friday night Fireworks are presented by the Heartfields of Frederick. Saturday at 6PM (gates open at 5PM), the first 1,000 fans will receieve a Manny Machado bobblehead courtesy of Bayrunner Shuttle. They also sponsor Saturday’s fireworks show. Sunday is Mother’s Day at the ballpark at 2pm. For tickets, call 877-8-GO-KEYS or visit Frederickkeys.com