SUPERsmall – tomorrow at Largo

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[photo is Paul Fieg (Creator of Freaks and Geeks) interviewing Will Wrights (creator of Sims/Sims City/Spore) robot “MoonBot” at the last SuperBall event]

Have you heard about “supersmall?”

It’s a new event series created by the folks behind the now legendary SuperBall events!

“supersmall” is a fundraising effort to benefit individuals with Trisomy 21, which is the official medical term for Down syndrome.

“supersmall” happens tomorrow, Thurday, November 29th, at Largo.

Doors open at 8 p.m. with the show beginning at 9 p.m.

The $30.00 cash entrance fee goes directly into the fund benefiting
those with Trisomy 21 (Down sydrome).

The supersmall.org site has a complete guide to who will be performing, what will be auctioned, what kind of food and drink the venue serves, directions to Largo, and what exactly a SuperBall/”supersmall” event is!!!

So check it out. An insider tells me there are still a couple of tables open so you can take in the event in comfort and style –

One Reply to “SUPERsmall – tomorrow at Largo”

  1. This is a great thing. However there are three types of Downs Syndrome. Trisomy 21, Mosaic and Translocation. Therefor I don’t feel Trisomy 21 can be “the official medical term” for Downs Syndrome. Perhaps this needs to be looked into

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