Treasure hunt vs. scavenger hunt? Are they the same or different? Why is one better at a birthday party? Find out in this explanation!
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
December 10 & 11, 2016 at 11AM each day
Ocean Institute: 24200 Dana Point Harbor Drive Dana Point, CA 92629
A special holiday tea with our favorite mermaids will make this holiday season extra sweet!
Join us for a late morning tea including finger sandwiches, specialty teas, hot chocolate bar, and cupcake decorating. A mermaid will join us for a meet & great, story time, while others swim in sea-sonal style!
Buy your tickets online at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mermaid-under-the-sea-holiday-tea-tickets-28484033511?aff=sheroes
One of the most common questions that we get from parents is "Where can you rent a pool for a birthday party or pool party in Los Angeles or Southern California?"
Guess what? You're in luck! We work with some incredible facilities! Please let them know that Sheroes Entertainment, LLC sent you to receive fin-tastic service with your facility rental.
Los Angeles: Lenny Krayzelburg Swim Academy at the Westside JCC. Please CLICK HERE to visit their site.
Pasadena: Waterworks Aquatics. Please CLICK HERE to visit their site.
Calabasas: Calabasas Swim & Tennis Center. Please CLICK HERE to visit their site.
Camarillo: Pleasant Valley Aquatics Center. Please CLICK HERE to visit their site.
Simi Valley: Rancho Simi Parks & Recreation. Please CLICK HERE to visit their site.
Thousand Oaks: Dayland Swim School. Please CLICK HERE to visit their site.
Fullerton: Fullerton Community Center. Please CLICK HERE to visit their site.
Northern California: Cameron Park Community Center. Please CLICK HERE to visit their site.
Bring the family for a day of fun! PART OF OUR WORLD takes place on Saturday, June 11, 2016, at Carpenter Park, in front of the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks, CA 91362. The event takes place between 1:00PM and 4:00PM, and is free and open to all.
Free mermaid coloring book pages for kids.
Mermaids Add Fintastic Flair to Tall Ships Festival at Ocean Institute
The more you try to go against what you are, the harder it is to get anything done. If you can’t change it, show it off, because maybe that’s exactly who you are supposed to be.
Coastal Carnival to make waves in downtown Sacramento
Anchors aweigh! An underwater circus featuring performances from mermaids, aquatic trapeze artists, sea clowns and more is coming to town this weekend.
The Coastal Carnival event, which will be held at Dive Bar on Feb. 20 and 21, invites grown-up guests to watch a free 45-minute-long underwater performance in the 7,500-gallon, 40-foot-long aquarium spanning the downtown bar’s entire ceiling. The narrative behind Coastal Carnival follows the story of a group of mermaids who imagine themselves as circus performers after coming across a sunken ship that went down with a circus troupe in it.
“It is the first time that an underwater circus of this nature has been done in [over a century],” says Virginia Hankins, who performs as Catalina Mermaid for event co-producer, Sheroes Entertainment LLC. “There was an underwater circus in the Victorian times, but no one has done anything like it in decades. That’s what’s pretty special about it.” (According to Hankins, the last underwater circus where mermaids performed in tanks in front of audiences was the “Neptune’s Daughter” show at The Hippodrome in New York in 1906.)
Continue reading this article online at: http://www.sactownmag.com/Blog/2015/Coastal-Carnival-to-make-waves-in-downtown-Sacramento/