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Does anyone know of services providing children's party entertainment for ages 5 to 7?
Contacts would be appreciated.

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Old 29.08.2009, 14:06
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Re: Children's party entertainment

hi there - please pm me if you get any answers through pm - i'm also interested. a few of our local parties have been held at trampolinos and minigolf and bowling etc. we even had a spash party in a dead end street last week - went really well with the heat! i'm researching for my son who turns 6 in oct - if you're interested in some of the places i've found - let me know! sd
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Re: Children's party entertainment

We have two kids and the subject comes up in Feb and Sept...It gets tougher to please them as they get to 10 & 11.

Anyway, I can't refer you to any services, but my daughter (soon 11) asked for a home party this time. We have the typical party games, sack races, musical chairs, egg race, then we do an art project or something. We will try napkin technique this time, last time we made ceramic pieces and painted them. Sometimes we used to get a piņata.

We have also had parties at Conneyland, Trampolino, Starbies, McDonalds's, Ravensburger Spielland, bowling & swimming pool, Aquamare and West Side (Bern), and EuropaPark to name a "few". Of course, there's always a cost issue and logistics issue that determine how many best friends they can invite.

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Re: Children's party entertainment

Hi there folks,

I've recently initiated a service catering to the English speaking community, specifically for Birthday parties.

At the moment, we offer Face-painting and Balloon Scultpting (Balloon twisting).

We've been doing this for a long time, in other countries, but only now are starting in ZH.

Our website does not yet have samples of our work, but coming soon.

Please visit www.4-events.com for contact info.

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Old 30.08.2009, 18:14
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Re: Children's party entertainment

Sorry folks, wrong URL....and it won't let me edit the posting (admin, help?).

Since we are catering to Switzerland, here is the correct address:

www.4-events.ch


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Re: Children's party entertainment

thanks david...
my biggest problem is that i need someone that can do rural aargauer dietsch (because i can't!!!) for the 7 year olds...
i think we're going for the bowling alley or mini golf this year! the logistics are a bit intimidating - am i allowed to pick up all the kids? or will their parent drop and fetch them?
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Alrighty. Well, all the best with the party. ;-)

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