If you would like your child to learn a few football moves, there is a time and place for that. Except that time is right around the corner.

Peter Piper Pizza Sun Bowl Punt, Pass & Kick is next month.

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First things first, every parent's main concern, how much?

SUPRISE, there are zero charges. Instead, you can help enrich your kids with teach them a thing or two about football.

This program can actually help the kids in a lot of ways. Whether it may help their football or socially interactive skills, or really just provide them with something fun for them to do.

Who knows your kid may even make new friends at this upcoming event.

If you would like your kid to learn the trick of the trade for football, enroll them. This event is only for one day on Wednesday, October 20. The quick lesson will be from 5 pm to 8 pm next month.

This free-to-play event is open to boys and girls ages 6 to 15 years old. The first 200 kids to check-in will receive some goodies.

The three-hour Punt, Pass & Kick event will be held at Sun Bowl Stadium.

What better place to learn than a place they feel powerful standing on the field. The photo above is from 2019's Punt, Pass & Kick event.

There are a couple of ways for you to register your child. You can scan the QR code available at all Peter Piper locations in El Paso.

Or, you can click here to sign them up.

If you have any questions feel free to call Sun Bowl Association at 915-533-4416. If your child participates they're eligible to be awarded Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl tickets and be a part of the Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Just check out the Sun Bowl Association's YouTube video below.

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