Universal Children’s Day (an event by The Circus Events)

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Our lives today are super hectic with everyone constantly on the go. The time to relax, bond as a family and create precious memories are far and few. With the weather changing and Karachi dwellers getting a chance to enjoy the slight nip in the air making it ideal to spend the day at picnics and carnivals.   

Keeping that in mind The Circus Events is hosting an event Saturday the 17th of November in honor of Universal Children’s day at L’ecole center of advanced studies from 3pm to 9pm. The motive behind children’s day is to emphasis on a global level relevant issues related to children and reaffirm the right every child has on love, attention.

Circus events are known for putting together fun and well thought out events and this one is no different with a wide range of entertainment options including Bounce, Busy lilhands and their amazing play doh, candy club, easel bay for the budding artists in all of us, merchandise by GP Creative studio, and much more. 

It is extremely important to raise the future generation to be socially responsible and aware hence the inclusion of Karachi Down Syndrome Program, Khwaab and Let’s Talk Speech and Language Therapy Clinic is commendable.

I intend on spending the whole evening there shopping from popslime and the bowtique studio, eating churros from D’oh and pizza from Il Posto and all of the other delicious food offerings from our favorite vendors. Also given that I am the chief photographer for my little ones looking forward to Say Cheese Studio’s photo booth capturing some fun family moments.

Any effort is not possible without the support of amazing partners and with City FM89, Special Needs Pakistan and Yummy Mummy Network supporting it on their platforms we are sure it will be a well-attended event.

A big shout out is also due to The Arkadians, Safeguard Pakistan, Singer and JS investments for sponsoring this event. 

Mama Says So has been invited by the organizers to attend this event, our coverage will be unbiased and our own. You should book your tickets (priced at Rs. 300 only) at Happening.pk or collect them from L’ecole, Candy Club, Spark or Wingitt.  

 

 

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