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Costs for entertaining Children

(4 Posts)
floraheaven Sat 19-Jan-13 05:40:48

My sister's child is learning drawing,music,dance and karathe at low cost. I think $3.

BackforGood Fri 24-Aug-12 16:32:51

No. If I'd gone to a fete, then mine have always had their bag of 20ps, to spend as they wish. If there were some kind of art session on another day, that would fill the morning, then that would be more appealling, but not as part of a fete.

greenapples Fri 24-Aug-12 16:21:53

Depends how old the kids were. Mine aged 2 and 4 - no.

Louisa108 Fri 24-Aug-12 10:25:49

Having just returned from holiday, just wanted to see what other mum's thought about this, we were charged £5 for 45 mins at a village fete so the kids could do some art and crafts, modelling, finger painting, etc. The kids loved it and the art equipment was fully loaded. Would you have paid this fee?

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