Celebration on the way for Oakland’s younger set

December 13, 2017 by  

New Year’s Eve is fast approaching, and an Oakland childcare provider service will offer a full night of babysitting while moms and dads enjoy their night out.

This will be Community Culture Child Care’s second annual New Year’s Eve Bash, and it will offer lots of fun for the little ones. It is open to children between the ages of 3 and 10, and there will be lots going on to keep them entertained and occupied throughout the night. Games and other activities, as well as dinner and snacks, are all on the agenda, and in the morning, each boy or girl will also receive a breakfast in the morning and small lunch before mom and dad come to pick them up.

The organizers of the night ask that parents be sure to pack their son or daughter’s sleeping bag or blankets, a toothbrush, pajamas, and also a sippy cup or water bottle, depending on the age of their child. Only 25 spots are available, so parents may wish to register their children well ahead of time. Variable data printing techniques can be used by a printer to craft personalized invitations that can be sent to each boy or girl who will be attending an event like this.

This New Year’s Eve event, which will offer a chance for parents and children alike to enjoy their own festivities, will be held in Oakland’s Community Child Care on December 31. More information can be obtained through the organizer’s Facebook page.

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