Friday, July 21, 2017

Spin Master Announces Expanded PAW Patrol Roll Patrol Road Tour for 2017




Spin Master Corp. (TSX: TOY), a leading global children's entertainment company, announces the third annual PAW Patrol Roll Patrol Road Tour, a multi-city life-size activation that successfully blends the award-winning toy line with the top rated preschool property produced by Spin Master Entertainment and broadcast on Nickelodeon. Beginning July 28 until its completion in October, the PAW Patrol Roll Patrol Road Tour will travel across North America allowing kids to connect with their favorite PAW Patrol characters through an immersive PAW Patrol-branded experience.

Spin Master Corp. announces the third annual PAW Patrol Roll Patrol Road Tour, a multi-city life-size activation that successfully blends the award-winning toy line with the top rated preschool property produced by Spin Master Entertainment and broadcast on Nickelodeon. (CNW Group/Spin Master)


Each PAW Patrol Roll Patrol Road Tour stop is free to the public and will make stops at select Walmart, Toys"R"Us and Target retail locations in 13 different markets. Kids can explore the inside of the life-size PAW Patroller and meet their favorite PAW Patrol characters, as well as reenact their own rescue missions through an interactive play experience featuring the new Sea Patrol theme. Families can celebrate the experience with a memorable photo and limited edition giveaways.

The life-size activation will also have a dedicated area showcasing Spin Master's newest entertainment property, Rusty Rivets. Kids can combine, design and "rustify" inside Rusty's life-size Rivet Lab and meet the heroes from the show - Rusty and Ruby. Alongside Rusty Rivets, kids can play with the squeezable sand you can't put down, Kinetic Sand, and experience soaking surprises with Soggy Doggy, Spin Master's newest launch in the games category.


Click here to see if your favorite four-legged gang is headed your way and to register for the free events.


2017 Roll Patrol Road Tour schedule*:

Dates 


Aug. 18-20 

Pennsylvania

1570 Chester Pike, Eddystone, PA 19022 (Friday only)

275 N. Gulph Road, King of Prussia, PA 19406 (Saturday and Sunday)


Sept. 1-3 

New Jersey 

409 Almonesson Rd., Depford, NJ 08096  (Friday only)

4475 E. Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing, NJ 08330 (Saturday and Sunday)


Sept. 8-10

New York 


4135 Transit Rd., Williamsville, NY 14221 (Friday only)

3463 McKinley Pkwy., Hamburg, NY 14075 (Saturday and Sunday)


For more information: http://roadtour.pawpatrol.com/en_us/

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Fun Things To Do With Kids in Delaware County Top 10 Weekend Events for July 21st, 22nd and 23rd

Our top 10 picks for this weekend July 21st, 22nd and 23rd

               

Friday

1.  Shrek, The Musical, Jr.at Upper Darby Summer Stage

2. Alex and the Kaleidoscope at Ridley Township Public Library


Saturday 

3.  Head to Michaels to paint a Safari Animal Canvas

4. Sweet Corn & Blackberry Celebration at Linvilla Orchards


5. Science Saturday at Hagley Museum

6.  Go on an adventure with Alice in Wonderland at the Media Theatre

7. Fireworks & Fountain Shows at Longwood Gardens

8.  Storytime and Crafts at Barnes and Noble  Broomall


Sunday  

9. Take a ride on the West Chester Railroad during the Summer Picnic Special

10.  “David Rogers’ BIG BUGS”  at Tyler Arboretum


* Check out our calendar for more ideas 

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

“How I Became a Pirate” Live on Stage at Upper Darby Performing Arts Center




Join a Comical Band of Pirates in their Search for Treasure at UD Summer Stage! July 26, 27, 28 


Ahoy mateys! Pirates are coming to the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center! When a band of comical pirates lands at North Beach looking for an expert digger, young Jeremy Jacob climbs aboard. Based on the children’s book written by Melinda Long, “How I Became a Pirate” is a swashbuckling musical adventure for the whole family. Performances are July 26, 27 and 28 at 10:30 am and on July 27 at 7:30 pm at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center. 

Upper Darby Summer Stage will be invaded by pirates and transform into the sunny North Beach. Jeremy Jacob (Aiden Mastronardo of Havertown) is an adventurous young boy who is greeted by Captain Braid Beard (Dylan Rooney of Springfield) on an ordinary day at the beach. Accompanying Braid Beard are his trusty mates Sharktooth the Pirate (Rain Diaz of Clifton Heights) and Max the Pirate (Molly McCarthy of Media) as well as many others. Jeremy enjoys adventuring with them but learns that love and home are treasures you can’t find on any map! Catchy pirate tunes and intricate dance moves will excite all audiences!

Tickets are affordably priced at $8-$12 and members of The Upper Darby Performing Arts Center save $1. Tickets may be purchased at udpac.org or by calling the box office at 610.622.1189. The Upper Darby Performing Arts Center is located at 601 N. Lansdowne Avenue, minutes from the Main Line and Center City.  

The performance is approximately 60 minutes with no intermission. Parking is free. The show is recommended for ages four and up with free babysitting in the lobby offered for those who may be too young to sit quietly through the entire show. 

“How I Became a Pirate” director Rob Henry speaks about this hilarious show with a great heart. Henry states, “This sweet and silly show is sure to entertain both parents and children alike.” 

A Summer Stage show is a unique experience for all ages. Prior to the children’s performances, young audience members can enjoy pre-show activities and a meet-and-greet with characters after each show. Autographs and pictures are encouraged! 

For more information about “How I Became a Pirate” and Upper Darby Summer Stage’s 42nd season visit udpac.org. 


Thursday, July 13, 2017

Fun Things To Do With Kids in Delaware County Top 10 Weekend Events for July 14th, 15th and 16th

Our top 10 picks for this weekend July 14th, 15th and 16th

               


Friday


1.  Madagascar, A Musical Adventure, Jr. at Upper Darby Summer Stage


2. Check out The Juggling Hoffmans at the Ridley Township Public Library


Saturday 


3.  Head to Michaels to make a Mermaids and Unicorns project

4. 
Family Program: Dads and Daughters Hike to Indian Rock at Tyler Arboretum



5. Public Archaeology Days at Newlin Grist Mill

6. Science Saturday at Hagley Museum

7. Meet our Baby Cows at Linvilla Orchards

8.  Storytime and Crafts at Barnes and Noble  Broomall


Sunday  

9. Go on an adventure with Alice in Wonderland at the Media Theatre

10.  “David Rogers’ BIG BUGS”  at Tyler Arboretum


* Check out our calendar for more ideas 

Saturday, July 8, 2017

1st Start Summer Camp

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1 st Start Summer Camp is back for round 2 at Swarthmore College the week of July 17-21!

1st Start Camp is a half day AM camp (9-12 PM) where campers will play a variety of sports and fun activities! All of the head counselors are PA certified teachers from the area who are super fun!

The cost of the camp for the week is $200. Want to go to camp but can’t make the whole week? No problem! E-Mail Coach John and we can prorate the cost depending on how many days you can make. We don’t want anybody missing out on the fun! 

To register for camp please click here: https://campscui.active.com/orgs/1stStartLacrosse

For any questions on camp or registration please email Coach John at coachjohn@1ststartlacrosse.com