Family Fun as Imaginosity comes to Douglas Court Shopping Centre Saturday, October 29th

Imaginosity, a unique child centred creative space and Ireland’s only interactive children’s museum for under 9s comes to Douglas Court Shopping Centre for a family fun day on Saturday, October 29th to bring a sprinkling of Imaginosity magic to the children of Cork!

 

Imaginosity, located in Dublin, is dedicated to children’s success and strongly believe children learn best when having fun; and so Imaginosity champions the ‘hands-on, minds-on’ philosophy that encourages everyone to get involved and have fun while learning and create positive and lasting memories.

 

On October 29th Imaginosity will perform two 45 minute interactive storytelling sessions at Douglas Court Shopping Centre, which are free of charge to attend. The first story session begins at 12pm, with the second story session starting at 3pm. Imaginosity encourages children to explore their world using their imagination, natural curiosity and innate creativity. Kids are encouraged to come along in their Halloween costumes, and Douglas Court will have face painters on hand on the day to ensure kids have a “spook-tacular” day out.

 

Keith Kenny, manager of Douglas Court Shopping Centre said “We are delighted to bring Imaginosity to Douglas Court Shopping Centre. Imaginosity is a great way for kids to learn while having fun, so it’s a win win for kids and grown ups alike. These days it is difficult to get kids to put away the ipads and electronic games so when we heard about Imaginosity we thought it would be great to bring them to Cork and to our customers here in Douglas Court.”

 

Everyone is welcome to join in the fun at Douglas Court on Saturday, October 29th and for further information visit www.douglascourt.ie and find them on Facebook and Twitter.

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