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  • Lori
    July 02, 2010 - 13:34

    This is a great and timely article! It is good to remind people that the most important thing is the fun your child has, not competing with other people.

    Of all my daughter's parties, this years was the best in terms of ease, cost and fun. We had a party at Empire Theatres for her and a group of eight friends. They provided the food and drink, cake, movie and kids packs for one price (suprisingly low). The young lady looking after our group was courteous, helpful and accommodating. After the movie, my daughter got to go up to the projection room. It was great and I literally only had to send an email and have one phone conversation to set it all up.

  • starr
    July 02, 2010 - 13:26

    My grandbaby (in another province) just had a birthday party at home. Sleeping Beauty came in and entertained the children.
    Also it was a toonie party where the only gifts brought was a toonie so the birthday child can go shopping for something they really want. Parents will add a little more if necessary.
    The kids were captivated by their guest and making it a toonie party kept expenses down and everyone happy.

  • Tina
    July 02, 2010 - 13:14

    Wow, great ideas there. Fantastic article. There's also a helpful resource at http://kidsnl.ca.

  • Lori
    July 01, 2010 - 20:23

    This is a great and timely article! It is good to remind people that the most important thing is the fun your child has, not competing with other people.

    Of all my daughter's parties, this years was the best in terms of ease, cost and fun. We had a party at Empire Theatres for her and a group of eight friends. They provided the food and drink, cake, movie and kids packs for one price (suprisingly low). The young lady looking after our group was courteous, helpful and accommodating. After the movie, my daughter got to go up to the projection room. It was great and I literally only had to send an email and have one phone conversation to set it all up.

  • starr
    July 01, 2010 - 20:13

    My grandbaby (in another province) just had a birthday party at home. Sleeping Beauty came in and entertained the children.
    Also it was a toonie party where the only gifts brought was a toonie so the birthday child can go shopping for something they really want. Parents will add a little more if necessary.
    The kids were captivated by their guest and making it a toonie party kept expenses down and everyone happy.

  • Tina
    July 01, 2010 - 19:53

    Wow, great ideas there. Fantastic article. There's also a helpful resource at http://kidsnl.ca.