Kids’ festival returns to Virginia Beach

February 1, 2014 by  

The 11th annual Fundango Festival is taking place this March in Virginia Beach. Proceeds from the event will go to Stop Abuse.

There are expected to be plenty of fun activities for children during the festival. There will be live entertainment such as puppet shows and dance performances. Two gold medalists, LaTasha Colander Clark and Jan Trombly will be on hand to participate in The Olympic Experience. There are also set to be several sports clinics for soccer, football, basketball, hockey and lacrosse.

In addition, children can also take part in arts and crafts, have their faces painted and play in bounce houses. There is bound to be something for everyone’s interests.

In order to get as many children to attend this event as possible, it’s probable that organizers will be investing in printing services from Virginia Beach companies. They may want to design and print flyers or brochures to help advertise the festival.

Stop Abuse is an organization that strives to educate the public on child abuse through “education, detection and referral.” Part of the program includes the Simon Says puppet show which educates children to “just tell.”

The Kids Fundango Festival will be held at the Virginia Beach Sportsplex on March 29 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Admission is $5 per person. For more information about the event, visit the official website.