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Bengals to host Family Day on Saturday

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

The Bengals will host Family Day at Training Camp on Saturday inside Paul Brown Stadium. Free Parking will be available in the lettered lots around PBS – Lots A, B, D and E. It will be the only practice inside Paul Brown Stadium with an audience during training camp.

The gates open at 12:30 p.m. Players and coaches will take the field shortly after 1 p.m. Practice begins at 1:30 and an autograph session with fans should begin around the end of practice at 3 p.m.

“There is plenty of room for everyone,” said Bengals Vice President Katie Blackburn. “We want to welcome all fans to our 2015 season, and we hope the date being a Saturday will help people make it.”

 Kid-friendly activities include inflatables, face painting, pictures with the team mascot Who Dey, an NFL Play 60 Activity Zone, and a Ben-Gals Cheer Zone – all free to the public. Tickets for the 2015 season will be on sale.

The first 2000 kids to visit the Kids Booth Club will receive a Bengals water bottle, a poster and a chance to win a Kids Club membership. All fans will have a chance to win one of ten Bengals Prize Packs by tweeting a photo from practice with the hashtag - #LetsRoar.

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