As If You Needed Another Reason To Love The Steelers, But Here It Is

We love doing things together as a family. We look for all sorts of ways to go and do and have fun. Sometimes fun things are tossed our way, and that's even better. I had something show up in my inbox that was screaming fun and family and togetherness, and feel the need to share.

You'll be thanking me. Trust me.

So there's this thing called NFL Play 60 Training Camp for families with kids of all ages. It's held in Pittsburgh at the Senator John Heinz History Center this Sunday from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. If your family is into football at all, they'll love all the activities they can participate in this weekend.

Check out this list of fabulousness that you'll participate in on the five floors in the History Center:

1) A mini-NFL Combine on the History Center's 5th floor where young visitors can test their speed in the 40-yard dash, gauge their vertical leaping skills, and practice their accuracy passing a football.

2) A football-themed obstacle course with instruction from players and coaches from the Pittsburgh Passion.

3) Demonstrations in the new Weisbrod Kitchen Classroom o how to make a perfect smoothie with Fuel Up to Play 60 coordinator Sharon Piano.

4) Sports trivia with Pittsburgh sports writer Chuck Finder.

5) Special yoga and tai chi demonstrations in the History Center's first floor Great Hall

6) A touchdown dance contest where young visitors can flaunt their best moves.

See? There's something for everyone in the family to enjoy! It's going to be one super fun day that you'll want to get in on. But hey! One lucky reader will win a 4 pack of tickets to attend this fun, fun event for FREE, courtesy of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dick's Sporting Goods.

See? I told you you'd thank me for sharing this, didn't I?

To enter, leave a comment here for an entry. You can get more entries by sharing this on Twitter or Facebook (or both) and coming back to let me know that. You won't want to miss this event, and if you can get your family in for free, it'll be even better!

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