NHL Fan Fair

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The 2015 All Star Weekend will be an event to remember in Columbus, Ohio this January, bringing with it not only the biggest names in the NHL, their season-ticket-holding fans, and as many members of the press core that you can fit inside the Greater Columbus Convention Center, but also the 2015 NHL Fan Fair.

The spectacle, billed as “the official fan festival of the 2015 NHL All-Star festivities,” (try saying that tongue-twister three times fast) will feature everything from memorabilia and roaming mascots to trophy displays, special player appearances, and of course, The Actual Honest-To-God Stanley Cup. All these come with the price of admission, in addition to music, food, and a host of broadcast activities.

The 2015 NHL Fan Fair will be open to the public Friday through Sunday, January 23-25. Tickets purchased in advance will be $12 for adults and $10 for children between three and 12, seniors  65+, and college students and military personnel with a valid ID. Day-of tickets will be $16 and $12, respectively. Blue Jackets season ticket holders will have the opportunity to purchase exclusive tickets on Thursday, January 22.

Tickets can be purchased online at Ticketmaster.com and BlueJackets.com, and at the Big Lots Box Office at Nationwide Arena.

Molly is not an athlete. She quickly got used to winning the “Best Smile” award at her family's Summer Olympics (an award made up especially for her by her grandmother, who felt bad that she never won anything else). But as they say, "Those who cannot do, write about it from the sidelines and provide orange slices at half time."

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