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Children prepare for P*ETís World, the first kidsí festival in Romania

P*ETís World Ė KidsFest, the first festival for children held in Romania, will take place on the weekend of June 16 and 17, in Unirii Square Park

June 2012 - From the Print Edition

The event promises participants two days of stories, plus games, contests, live music and lots of other surprises prepared by the host of the event, P*ET, alien friend of children everywhere. P*ETís World Ė KidsFest, sponsored by Betty Ice, is being organized by Emagic, in partnership with the troupe Zurli. The event will be preceded by one of the largest recycling programs involving children.
Put into practice in partnership with Romprest in different schools in Bucharest, the program aims to encourage the recycling of plastic packaging and inculcate environmentally friendly behavior from the earliest ages. Besides the numerous games and contests that will take place during the festival, P*ET has prepared a ball for princesses and a carnival for costume lovers as well as various theater performances staged by Zurli. The festival will wrap up with live concerts by some of the most famous Romanian artists of the moment.



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