Christina’s mid-term Family Fun Fair provided loads of thrills, spills and flips for both young and old last Saturday.
The new attraction held at the Triple C School featured a number of exciting activities such as gigantic wet/dry slides, rock climbing, trampoline, spider web face painting, jewellery making and character building and more.
Even Santa paid an early visit to this event so that attendees could get pictures taken in time to mail off to friends and family.
In addition to the photo shoots with Sponge Bob and Dora and demonstrations by the Boy’s Scouts and Cadet Corp, there’s were all sorts of entertainment, ranging from relaxing in an outside tea room, to story telling and musical entertainment.
Despite heavy downpours, youngsters did not miss out on what the event had to offer. The rain just added more excitement to the day as they frolicked from one amusement item to another.
With admission prices just $5, fun-time snacks such as snow cones, cotton candy, hot dogs, chips, hamburgers and drinks were readily available at an affordable price.
Youngsters attending the event also got a chance to become involved in various character-building groups such as the Cadet Corp, Duke of Edinburgh, Boy’s and Girl’s Brigade and the Humane Society’s Adopt a Pet programme.
An interesting May Pole dance was also performed by Prospect Primary School students and their moms.
It was an exciting day for the kids. Parents relaxed in the tea room, while youngsters enjoy themselves in the Kiddie’s Corner nearby. The Cayman Island Humane Society also had a successful day by having a few animals adopted.