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Saturday, January 29, 2011

Maryland Polar Bear Plunge, Sandy Point State Park, Annapolis, MD, US - Pictures - Upcoming Video



1100 East College Parkway, Annapolis, MD

The MSP Polar Bear Plunge is - and has been for the last 14 years - THE official event of Winter. For just $50 in pledges, participants take a dip into the Chesapeake Bay in Annapolis to raise money for Special Olympics Maryland. Founded in 1997, the event will celebrate its 15th anniversary on Jan. 29, 2011.

Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco and SOMD Athlete Rosa Marcellino, who recently had national legislation passed in her name banning the ‘R-word’, will serve as Co-Chairman. In the last 14 years, approximately 60,000 Plungers - many of them Marylanders - have taken the Plunge, and raised a total of $16.1 million dollars for the athletes of Special Olympics Maryland. With an enduring commitment to better the lives of those with intellectual disabilities, combined

Before and after your big Plunge, they invite you to chill out in the heated festival tent, featuring fan favorites like Sandtastic’s impressive sand sculpture, the Astro Events Family Fun Zone, great food and drinks, local and national vendors, and a variety of local entertainment acts and attractions including ArtCars, caricature artists and roving entertainers from About Faces Entertainment (stilt walkers, balloon sculpting magician, clowns and a mime.)

Carnival FunFest tent is a can’t-miss part of your Plunge Day Fun!

The Super Plunge Team will take not one, not two but 24 chilly dips into the the Chesapeake Bay over a 24-hour period. The Super Plunge Team welcomes spectators, so friends and family are encouraged to check out the icy action during park visiting hours. Sandy Point is open to the public until 5pm on Friday, Jan. 28 and will reopen at 8am on Saturday, Jan. 29.


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