So do ya? They are easy to make and the best part is that it is for a good cause. The Marriott St. Louis Grand and the Children’s Miracle Network are hosting a free family fun event to get into the holiday spirit? Join us as we decorate snowflakes and give back to Children’s Miracle Network! Space is limited so RSVP here: http://woobox.com/6swy53
My family and I will be there the day of the event to create our snowflakes and hopefully help others make some awesome flakes as well. At the end of this post check out some of the cool templates I have found for making some incredible designs. I would like to get all of St. Louis Dad’s readers out to the Marriott on December 3rd to show our support for this awesome cause. Not only will you get to make some cool snowflakes but Anna and Elsa from Disney’s Frozen is scheduled to be there. Kid-friendly food and drinks, as well as music and story telling will be available for the kids!
It is important to remember that all children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian that is 18 years or older and you must present your voucher to enter. So be sure to RSVP TODAY!!!
Join us Saturday, Dec. 3rd from 11 a.m. – 1p.m. for a free family holiday event! Come to decorate snowflakes, enjoy kid-friendly food and drink, music, story telling and even a special guest from Anna and Elsa! For every snowflake made, Marriott St. Louis Grand will donate $1 to Children’s Miracle Network. Space is limited, so sign up for your entry voucher today!
For anyone who cannot attend, the Marriot St. Louis Grand will leave the snowflake wall up all December to collect as many snowflakes as we can. At the end of the month, Marriott will donate that amount to the Children’s Miracle Network. For more information check out the event on Facebook!
As mentioned above, here is a great Pinterest board that I have put together with some fantastic ideas for creating snowflakes. Bring your ideas with you and make something spectacular!
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