Planning a great birthday party for your primary school age child is a daunting prospect. To help you navigate your way through the do’s and don’ts of kid’s party planning we have come up with a few tips to set you on the right path
Race Party would like to wish all of our friends and guests a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Thank you for all of your support in 2018, and we look ahead to an even bigger and better 2019!
Race Party will closed from Sunday the 23rd of December and will reopen for business on Thursday the 3rd of January 2019.
So you’re about to leave the teenage years and enter your twenties? As a fully fledged adult, there are two ways that you can usher your path into this new era. You can go ‘full grownup’ and celebrate with an event that screams “Look at how responsible and sophisticated I am”, or you can cling onto your youth with a party that pays homage to all of the fun and frivolity of your childhood.
The school year is at an end, and so with it goes the daily gauntlet of clean uniforms, healthy lunch boxes and school bag packing. Hooray! But don’t get too comfortable - it’s time to get ready for the holidays!
While some parents seem to have it all under control with daily itineraries, craft activities and healthy snack foods, for most of us the school holidays represent an daily challenge to come up with fun and engaging activities while trying to keep the kids from going crazy!