Make sure you wear the craziest of hats to celebrate this festive weekend, or you can wear some bunny ears that will be given out.
The Mad Hatter's Tea Party is set to be one of the most enjoyable days to be had by both kids and parents. And who could not have fun dressing up in the craziest hats while partaking in a range of activities from face painting to decorating your own cupcake?
This party starts at noon, which means you can sleep in, have some cake and eat it too! Sounds like a great day already. Plus, while you drink your 'tea', kids can watch a film on the super screen.
Below is the schedule planned for the day.
12pm to 1.15pm Alice in Wonderland (1951) 12pm to 4pm Balloon artist, Face painters x 2, balloon assistant 12pm to 4pm
Roving white rabbit 1.30pm to 4pm Cupcake decorating workshop 12.00pm to 2.30pm Mad Hatter on Stilts 2.30pm to 4pm
The Red Queen on stilts 12pm to 4pm
Croquet and giant games in operation 1.30pm to 2.00pm
Mad Hatter Story Teller 2pm to 2.30pm
Dancing with Queens of Hearts 2.30pm to 3.00pm
Michael Fouche Magician 3pm to 3.30pm
Mad Hatter Story Teller 3.30pm to 3.50pm
Dancing with Queens of Hearts 4pm to 5.40pm
Kiki's Delivery Service - G
I know where I will be this Sunday. I might be the one with the mad hat. What will you be wearing?
Great entertainment, my child had a great time watching the dancers. I hope they return again.
I do however have to point out one sour experience. Whoever was supervising the activity area did not seem to be a kid friendly person. After seeing her discipline some children who were harmlessly stacking chips from a checkers game she snatched a piece of equipment off my 2 year old child. I think some children like my own quite clearly did not know how to play some of the games so they just got creative and just did what made sense to them. I think anyone who has been around children knows this happens and most rational people wouldn't behave in such an abrupt manner.