The Flyers Wives Carnival is one of the oldest and most successful one-day
charity events hosted by a professional sports franchise.  The Flyers
Wives Carnival offers families a fun-filled afternoon at a very
reasonable price, all for a good cause.
have the opportunity to meet Flyers players on a very personal level.
Activities include: interactive games against players, Shot on Goal,
Dunk Tank and a host of other family fun activities. Fans are also able
to meet and receive autographs from Flyers players and Alumni.

first Carnival was held February 1, 1977. Later that year, one of the
Flyers’ own, Barry Ashbee, died of leukemia. With his death came a truly
heartfelt focus to the Flyers Wives Carnival. Above – Brayden Schenn

Jeff Reese
Who are these clowns?
volunteers that make the kids happy
posing in the penalty box
I love the fans enthusiasm and dedication
Steve Mason signs a kids shirt
How about these for the next Erin Elmore/Craig Spitzer Onsie Party.
Hal Gill and Ashley Vanett, who must be exhausted. I just saw her the night before at the Academy Ball and dropped her off at about 3AM

She has a puck on her head
Family Game time
So much to do. I was kinda there late, about 3PM, so everyone was fairly spread out. Lots going on in the concourse too.

Patti Juliani and Garrett Snider
The Remember Spectrum booth – Matthew Scheinfeld, Lou Sheinfeld, Vicky Scheinfeld and in the back Garrett Snider.