Happy Sunday! I can’t believe a new week is upon us and I didn’t blog at all last week. Have you ever just had one of those weeks? Getting back from vacation, work, school, ahh!
Well to start off the week, let’s pick the winner of the Vons/Safeway Gift Card/Box tops. The winner is .. Mami2jcn said…
I’ll be looking for Nature Valley granola bars and Cheerios.
mami2jcn at gmail dot com
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I just got notice from Goldstar that there are more tickets available for Saturday September 4 at 7:00pm at the Honda Center.
Walking with Dinosaurs is coming to the Honda Center of Anaheim from September 1- 5th and to the Staples Center from September 9-12.
To buy your tickets for the Honda Center on Goldstar head over here.
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If your kiddos are anything like mine, this is one show you do not want to miss! My kiddos love watching Nick Jr and some of their favorite shows include Dora, Diego and their all time favorite show Ni Hao, Kai-lan. We literally can’t go anywhere when these shows are on. They absolutely love them!’
My kiddos have been begging to attend one of the Nickelodeon Live shows on stage and I think I’m finally going to take them. The Orange County Performing Arts Center will be hosting Storytime Live on Saturday October 30th and Sunday, October 31st. Storytime Live is Nickelodeon’s newest, biggest, most exciting live show ever.
Your favorite preschool pals will be live on stage singing, dancing and having a great time. You will Leap into Fairytale Land with “Dora the Explorer,” journey through Filthingham with “The Backyardigans,” hop into Wonderland with “Wonder Pets!,” and join the Monkey King’s celebration with “Ni Hao, Kai-lan.” Hosted by Moose and Zee, Nickelodeon’s musical adventure, Storytime Live! features four of the top-rated preschool shows on television today and is sure to be the hit live show you and your family have been waiting for!
Tickets for the show start at $15. To purchase tickets and to learn more about the show head here.