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Join the Party! Dublin Kids Funky Seomra in aid of Helium on 2 November

Fancy a family day out with lots of activities for children? We’re talking kid-friendly DJ sets, disco-dancing games, face-painting, shadow puppet-making, balloon-modelling, art “tents”, a chill-out zone, a drawing wall and lots more besides. If so, come along to the third Kids Funky Seomra in aid of Helium at St. Paul’s Centre, Adelaide Road, Glenageary, Dublin on Saturday, 2 November 2013. The action kicks off at 1 pm and all are welcome.

The Helium team will be on hand with creative games and play for little ones from toddlers to tweens. The images below from the first two Kids Funky Seomraí will give you a flavour of what’s in store.

All proceeds will go to Helium’s creative programmes with young people in hospitals and healthcare settings. A big thank you to David Mooney and everyone at Funky Seomra for their continued support of Helium and for their wonderful parties. To learn more about Funky Seomra see

Kids Funky Seomra
Date: Saturday 2 November
Venue: St. Paul’s Centre, Adelaide Road, Glenageary, County Dublin
Time: 1-3.30 pm
Price: €8 or €25 for a family of 4

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