Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Minnesota Twins Peanut-Controlled Games 2021

Andy Witchger, CC by 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons 

Wow! The news about peanut allergy accommodations at baseball games this summer is coming in almost daily now!

Just received an email from the wonderful Anaphylaxis and Food Allergy Association of Minnesota with news of several peanut-controlled games with the Minnesota Twins. My goal is to help spread the word so families and individuals in search of accommodations for fans with peanut allergies will be aware of these opportunities. Maybe you live nearby or are planning a vacation! Rather than paraphrase AFAA's flyer and website, I am sharing a screenshot of the most important info and the links to AFAA's page about the Twins' peanut-controlled games. (To best view the screenshot, click on it to zoom!) Also, I am sharing the link to AFAA's flyer and order form for those tickets.

If you go to one of the games, please let us know; share a photo or your story with us!

Sunday, June 6, 2021

Nashville Sounds Peanut-Free Night 2021

NatureBoyMD, CC BY-SA 4.0
 via Wikimedia Commons
Spotted an article about the Nashville Sounds and their upcoming games; peanut-free night is June 8. That is S-O-O-N! The Nashville Sounds are partnering with Allergy, Asthma and Sinus Center and the entire ballpark will be "peanut-free" that night. Glad to see this tradition returning.

Helpful links for you:

Nashville Sounds Website (tix & info)

Nashville Sounds Begin Six Game Homestand June 8

Thursday, June 3, 2021

St. Paul Saints Peanut-Controlled Game 2021

Minda Haas Kuhlmann, CC BY 2.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0>, via Wikimedia Commons

Finally! Some news about a baseball game with accommodations for fans with peanut allergy. While you can attend games without special accommodations for peanut allergy--we have and it was super!--it's also nice that there are games with accommodations for peanut allergy. It really can set your mind at ease so you can enjoy the game more, especially if you have wee ones who are always putting their fingers in their mouths. I remember those days!

Thanks to the Anaphylaxis and Food Allergy Association of Minnesota for keeping me in the loop year. The tickets are $22 for their peanut-controlled game and it is happening SOON--June 15! Rather than paraphrase the info from AAFA, here is the link to their flyer and AAFA's web page about the game.

If you do attend the peanut-controlled game, we'd love to see some photos!