Nashua's Lil' Iguana plans Family Fun Day May 3
Nashua - The Lil' Iguana's Children's Safety foundation, a Nashua-based nonprofit focused on keeping children safe, will host its Family Fun Day on Saturday, May 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Nashua High School South, 36 Riverside St..
Family Fun Day will include a variety of activities that focus on health, fitness, safety and literacy for children and their families. Activities at this family-oriented event include bounce houses by Jump Around NH, Fisher Cat baseball pitching station, face painting, balloon art, kids activities/crafts, Party Palace princess characters, Rainbow the Macaw, coloring contest, and so much more. A large portion of this free event is dedicated to health and fitness, which includes samples of nutritious foods and beverages.
Kids can enter the Lil' Iguana Coloring Contest where two winners will receive a grand prize of a new bike and helmet donated by Target. All participants will receive a book as their prize when they return their artwork to Family Fun Day. The official entry form can be found at www.liliguanausa.org/ffd-may.
Live entertainment will include YMCA Dance InMotion, Extreme Coupon Professors, Mad Science, Tokyo Joe's Studio of Self- Defense, Rhythmic Revolution Baton Twirling, Music for kids with Sharon Novak, Jazzercise for kids with Terry, the Whirlygigs & Mr. Whirly, Showcase Performing Arts, Big Joe the Storyteller and a Mascot Parade at noon. Costume characters will hold Meet and Greets from 10:30 a.m to 2:30 p.m. Look out for Lil' Iguana, Yoshi, Moo Moo, Fungo, Oakie, Orson, Sir Sterling and a favorite mascot from Canobie Lake.
For information, go to www.liliguanausa.org/ffd-may
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