15 December 2012

Tanzania: Blitz to Light Up Dar es Salaam Christmas Kids' Party

DAR ES SALAAM based entertainment firm Glitz Limited will organize a Toto party on Christmas and Boxing Day at Cine Club, Mikocheni in the city.

Event coordinator Dennis Ssebo said for the third consecutive year, Glitz will be hosting a mega party for kids during the festival season, promising a more improved event this year. "Christmas is really very amazing moment of merry, peace and fun with family members and friends.

This is the most important time of celebrating and Christmas is considered incomplete without games especially for kids. We've arranged all sorts of thrilling and exciting games and entertainments for kids to enjoy," he said. He said kids Christmas games will offer lovely and unique opportunity of making family very happy and entertained.

During the event, he said kids will take part in different games and entertainment events such as seven aside beach soccer, swimming, treasure hunt, face painting and dancing competitions, while their parents will be engaged in a tug-of-war. Ssebo said winners of all events will be presented with prizes.

Apart from fun and merry making, the event will also provide an opportunity for parents to open junior bank account for their kids dubbed "Pambazuka Account" with Ecobank, who are the event sponsors. He said entrances fee will be 3,000/- for children while for adult will be 7,000/- .

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