Wednesday, July 27, 2011

UPDATED: Coming this Saturday...Kidsfest

Seaway Kidsfest

UPDATE 11:05 AM A representative for Garrett Popcorn Shops had posted a comment this morning in this post about being there to pass out bags of Chicago Mix to attendees at KidsFest. Thanks for the information.

To take place at Seaway Bank & Trust Company, here's a press release:
CHICAGO (July 22, 2011) – Seaway Bank and Trust Company will host its second annual “KidsFest” on Saturday, July 30, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Main Bank, 645 East 87th Street.

It promises to be another fun day at Seaway. Live entertainment includes Mayfair Performing Company, the Chicago Urban Children’s Choir, and the East Sea Martial Arts Program of St. Mark United Methodist Church. There will be plenty of face-painting and laughs, compliments of Cleo the Clown. Children can explore a real Fire Department Engine, and the Story Bus will roll in with interactive exhibits for 3 to 6 year olds. Tri-Wellness by E’a will also be on hand with interesting health tips. There will be plenty of refreshments. Children up to 13 will get a free hot dog lunch and free book bag giveaways, while quantities last. Children can also register to win prizes, including the grand prize of a laptop computer.

“The KidsFest is just one way we support our legacy as a community-based bank, while giving back to the community,” said Walter E. Grady, President and CEO of Seaway Bank.

“Once again, parents will have a great time exposing their children to stimulating and educational activities,” stated Seaway Marketing Officer Claudette Harris.

Community residents are urged to come and bring the entire family. Guests will also be encouraged to open up a Young Savers account for children, with only a $5 initial deposit, and to learn more about the Bank-at-School program sponsored by Seaway Bank at four elementary schools.

The Seaway Bank KidsFest is open to the public. For more information, call (773) 602-4865.

1 comment:

  1. Garrett Popcorn will be there to give Chicago Mix to the kids, too!


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