More family fun planned Sunday

Published: Friday | December 13, 2013 Comments 0
Children travel carriage style at a previous Funfest, Hope Gardens, St Andrew. - Contributed Photos
Children travel carriage style at a previous Funfest, Hope Gardens, St Andrew. - Contributed Photos
Santa Claus, Digicel style, is a guaranteed hit.
Santa Claus, Digicel style, is a guaranteed hit.
The Hope Botanical Gardens offers green spaces for all. - File
The Hope Botanical Gardens offers green spaces for all. - File
Chidren have a smile with the cookie.
Chidren have a smile with the cookie.

Funfest 2014, dubbed 'This Holiday's Biggest Family Festival', promises to be even more exciting and entertaining with the introduction of new rides and activities for the entire family on Sunday.

"Family is our passion, and we love to see families having fun and spending quality time together." said Tshani Jaja, director of Famfun Entertainment, which organises the event. She further expressed that the event is uniquely designed to cater to all members of the family, from toddlers to grandparents.

Funfest promises loads of fun and excitement for the entire family, with activities ranging from Tang Xtreme Sports Zone; Oreo Fun Zone, with a plethora of rides; Water Park; and the Cubbies Nanny Lounge, for babies and toddlers, equipped with certified nannies. There will also be a games arcade; a wellness village with health testing; spa and wellness vendors; the Cadbury Adult Lounge; Tang Extreme Sports Zone; Digicel Santa Village; a food village; and mascots.

performances

Jonkanoo, magicians, Jermaine Edwards, 10 year-old sensation Wayne J, and more, will perform.

The event kicks off at 10 a.m. and goes up until 7 p.m.

"In recognition of the current economic climate, we have maintained the admission at $500 for adults, $300 for kids over five years old and toddlers free," Jaja said.

Funfest, the Unique Family Festival, has been made possible through partnerships with Digicel, Oreo, Tastee, Cadbury, Gerber, Tang, Scotiabank, Cubbies, TVJ, ZIP 103 FM and Love 101 FM.

 

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