“Hot off the presses,” was a saying coined by print media when an article was freshly printedor just released. This year at Sesame Place, we can proudly say, “Hot off the USBs!” Why? Well, as part of ongoing efforts to be a greener park, we decided that instead of printing over a hundred copies of our multiple-page press kitfor media members, we distributed the press kits on Sesame Place themed USB drives.
Author: Jill Davis
Are you excited for the opening of a new season at Sesame Place? The employees here are so excited and they are getting ready to open the park for another great season!
Part of my job as the HR Representative is to make sure we hire employees who will do whatever they can to make your day here special! The hiring process at Sesame Place is heating up so here is some information about our application process.
That's right! Even more dogs came to Sesame Place this week as part of the United Way Campaign.
One of the worst things that can happen when you’re family is on vacation is rain. Rain is a good thing; it helps plants grow and it cools the atmosphere if it’s too hot. But when a rainy day happens in the middle of your trip it can be a sad day. At Sesame Place, there are still plenty of activities to enjoy when it rains!
Spend the day riding our Dry Attractions such as Elmo’s Cloud Chaser or The Sunny Day Carousel! Most of our Dry Attractions are located in Elmo’s World where there are many fun rides to enjoy!
You may have noticed our thousands of colorful flowers in bloom throughout the Park, but you may have missed all the delicious fruits and veggies we are also growing!
Twiddlebug Land is full of vibrant vegetables... we are growing; cherry tomatoes, ornamental peppers, Swiss Chard and many various herbs in pots. Don't forget to look up... many hanging baskets are full of ripe, red strawberries... they are yours... if you can reach!
Greetings from the Sesame Place Horticulture Department, you can think of us as Elmo’s Gardening Green Thumbs! We are working very hard to get ready for Opening Day on Saturday, April 28th. We are busy planting over 15,000 colorful annuals and perennials in flowerbeds throughout the Park. We also have nearly 200 hanging baskets and 100 planter pots to add even more color!
Can you name something that is red, white and blue at Sesame Place? It’s the Sesame Place staff supporting the Phillies for Opening Day today! It’s that time of year again; where the Philadelphia region celebrates the Philadelphia Phillies’ first game of the season! And it’s not just our employees that wear the fan gear! You can check out some of our guests wearing Phillies gear this season as well.
As part of the Sesame Cares program I was invited to participate in Hopewell Valley Central High School’s Teen Wellness Day. I had the opportunity to provide education about teen dating violence in collaboration with Liz Claiborne’s Love is Not Abuse program. At the table I handed out educational booklets and key chains donated by Liz Claiborne and with my daughter's assistance put together a poster that provided signs, facts, and a quiz about teen dating violence. Some of
With only 9 days until the premiere of A Very Furry Christmas, the Sesame Place staff is working hard to prepare for the festivities. Just look at the beginnings of our 25-foot Christmas tree!