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Eastwood City Celebrates Easter

Eastwood City will turn into a mini theme park of Easter Wonderland on Easter Sunday, April 4, 2010. Wonderland passports will be sold starting March 19, until the event day to access all the activities and booths inside Easter Wonderland. It's an event for the kids, mommies, and the whole family!

Seven Worlds of Play and Imagination will be spread out in the entire Eastwood City commercial development, each one with a unique and interesting theme which kids can choose from.
Eastwood Mall Open Park will be home to two main attractions: the Art Planet and the Animal Ville which will feature egg painting sessions with Master Fernando Sena, pony rides, and a petting zoo. The Food Factory, meanwhile, will be at the Eastwood Mall Atrium, where CCA, Pizza Hut, Mrs. Q Cupcakes, Sandwich Guy, and Krispy Kreme, will each be giving food preparation and cooking techniques and free food samplers.

Right across would be the Eastwood Central Plaza which will house three worlds: the World of Inflatables, the Game Warp, and Science Emporium, featuring free games from Q Power Station and Timezone, and fun interactive exhibits. Imagination comes to life at Toy Land, located at Eastwood City Walk 2, highlighting giant board games, popular characters, and toy giveaways. Jeepney Magazine vendors will also be spread out all over Eastwood City to encourage support for their project.

Kids will also get a chance to win Nintendo DS Lites, Sony PSPs, and Ipod Shuffles from the Easter Wonderland raffle and special prizes at the Easter Wonderland Golden Eggs Hunt.

An Easter parade starting from the Art Planet will start the fair at 2:45 pm. The parade will be participated by a drum and bugle corps., costume contest participants, mascots, My Talent dancers, cosplayers, bikers from Flipbykes, and the players and advocates of the Homeless World Cup Philippine Team, who will lead a ceremonial soccer kicking to signify their quest to kick off poverty.

Wonderland passports are at P500.00 and this already entitles the kid a one-time access to booths and activities inside the fair, and two adults to accompany the kid. In excess, adults will have to pay and additional P60.00 per head to enter the fair.  Part of the proceeds will go to the Homeless World Cup Philippine Team.

See you at Eastwood City on Easter Wonderland Sunday! :)


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