Celebrate Easter with the Easter Bunny at a disco in Ipswich for the tots to teens. At the disco, there will be laser lights and Top 40 music. Well-known local DJ Chris Warwick, who is studying Communications at Uni, is bound to relate to the kids and get them up dancing. If they get tired of dancing, there will be a giant jumping castle just for a change of pace. The cute Easter Bunny is making a half-time appearance with free eggs for all children.
There will also be raffles (great first prize of a Nintendo) and other prizes, including a lucky door prize, plus balloons, games and many surprises. Kids are encouraged to dress up as there will be a prize for best costume and an Easter Bonnet Parade and a photographer.
Families can buy food and drinks downstairs in the club, which is, of course, licenced. Parents are welcome to have their dinner in the club while the kids dance the night away, knowing they are safe, but are asked to please not leave the premises. Children will be fully supervised and can't leave once they are in the disco (except with their parents). They will have a wristband with the parent's phone number on them in case contact is needed. There are toilets in the function room itself. Dancing is hot, sweaty work, so iced water is provided for the kids.
Come to the Easter Disco at The Brothers Leagues Club in Wildey Street, Ipswich. There is plenty of parking at the club. The disco is aimed at pre-schoolers to mid-teens and runs from 6:00pm to 8:30pm. Entry is only $5 each (adult or child). Tickets are available at the door from 6:00pm but I suggest that you purchase yours in advance so that you don't miss out as only 200 tickets (for safety reasons to fit in upstairs) will be sold. It would be very disappointing for the little ones not to get in. Just ring Rochelle on 0431 315 898 to secure your tickets.
I spoke with Rochelle who is the driving force behind 'Glitter Pop Up Parties', She is excited about the Easter Disco Party as it gives the local kids somewhere safe to go and have fun. Read more about Rochelle at Rockstar Mum74 . You can subscribe to her blog, which is both funny and informative. Her talented hubby, Glen (also known as Rockstar dad), is a chef so you can get free recipes and tips for healthy school lunches.
Profits from the raffle will go to "iCan: Ipswich Community Alliance". This group is doing some great work for needy families in the community. For example, they mow lawns for single mothers and other families who need a bit of help.