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15th Dragons for Children Day – Saturday 12th July 2014
Dragons for Breakfast are proud to announce their 15th Dragons for Children Day that will take place on Saturday 12th July 2014. As with their previous events there will be two sessions from 10:00 – 13:30 and 14:00 – 17:30. Children can choose three activities per session from the list below.
* Making Hammocks (supporting up to 50kg)
* Making Bird Feeders (Ceramic & Mixed Media)
* Clay Clocks (Slab building)
* Bird Scarers
* Teapot fish
* Plus all the usual activities (baby Dragons, T-shirts, free play with clay, etc.)
The cost is €25 per session per child/per session, and children can choose up to three activities per session(from the list above), with additional activities charged at the appropriate rate.
Places are limited and MUST be booked in advance, so please call 350433 or 621 459 081 or email firstname.lastname@example.org now to book your place now and avoid disappointment.
When booking your place please specify the following:
* Name & age(s) of the child(ren)
* the session you wish to attend (morning or afternoon)
* a contact number
Those who already made a provisional booking at the last Dragon day, are kindly asked to confirm their booking by email. We should be grateful if you could tell any friend and colleagues who might also like to attend.
As always there will refreshments available throughout the day.
Dragons For Breakfast would like to thank the New Delhi Indian Restaurant, the Del Bivio Restaurant and Jeremy & Grainne for providing and serving the delicious food throughout the day, as well as all those supporters who bring cakes, biscuits, and snacks, all of which normally prove very popular with the children and parents alike.
For further information about Dragons For Breakfast and their activities please also visit their Facebook page www.facebook.com/dragonsforbreakfast.
As always all proceeds will go to their selected Charity Let the Children Live, which supports the street children in Medellin, Colombia by providing them with food, shelter an education.