Some kids engaged in sack race at the 2nd edition of Tema Kids Fair

PEF Events and Tours, a Tema-based Events and Tours Company, has promised yet again another memorable event for children ahead of the festive season.

This year, PEF Events and Tours has scheduled, another pre-Christmas social programme for children dubbed ‘Tema Kids Fair 2019’.

This would be the third time PEF Events and Tours is organising at the Royal Nick Hotel, Community Six, Tema, on December 6, 2019 after the second edition last year which was well patronised.

Unlike last year where participants benefitted from free Eye screening from Jireh Eye Clinic, this year promises to be more amazing as there is going to be a special tour package for winners and their parents.

Also, all kids are expected to be in their favourite character dress or any white dress for pictures with their characters.

To participate in the fair, Mrs. Pauline Flemeng Adjei, CEO of PEF Events and Tours, said whilst it is free for children under two years, the gate fee is GH¢15 whilst registration fee for kids’ competitions and games is GH¢25.

“Some of the games and competitions include balloon magic game, dancing, musical chairs, lime and spoon and lollipop tree carnival,” she said.

This year, winners of the competitions will be awarded with different packages sponsored by the Royal Nick Hotel. They are:

1st Prize: Weekend Stay for kids and parents at Royal Nick Hotel

2nd Prize: One-month family package for kids and parents at Royal Nick Hotel

3rd Prize: Dinner for the kids and parents at Royal Nick Hotel

Mrs. Flemeng Adjei said children learn a lot through such social programmes and considering the long benefits of socialization, it is important that parents saved towards such annual outings to enable their children build their confidence.

What is more, she said parents could also network and meet prospective business partners through such kids’ funfairs, thus, the need for all parents to take advantage of the opportunities the 2018 gathering would bring knocking on their doors.

“I will urge all parents to come along with their wards as this would go a long way to improve their bond and their children’s social education,” she added.

Mrs. Flemeng Adjei said the security of guests are highly assured, in addition to a standby professional health personnel, in case any participant needs First Aid attention.

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