Torly Kid's 7th Annual Tween Party and Hula Hoop Contest


 

Every year on Mother's Day weekend, Torly Kid celebrates spring and  the Tribeca community with our Annual Tween Party and Hula Hoop Contest. We welcome boys and girls ages 5 and up to get things shaking at 51 Hudson St from 11am - 3pm on Saturday, May 9. Our traditional hula hoop contest always kicks off the party at 11:30 am.  Prizes are awarded for the longest hula, the best tricks, and the most hoops.  Kids are separated into age groups and an adult category is encouraged!

 

Prior years Hula Hoop events have included collaborations with other kid friendly neighborhood businesses and this year is no different.  For our 7th annual event, we have lots of fun activities lined up to get you pumped up this year.  Here is a schedule of the happenings:

11am - 11:30 - come on down to Torly Kid and begin to warm up your limbs for our hula hoop and jump rope contests beginning at 11:30.  Also, hop inside to create your very own pom pom craft in preparation for our cheer tutorial later in the day.

 

11:30 - 12:30 - FIRST - Shake your hips at our Hula Hoop contest!  Top prize is a $50 gift certificate at Torly Kid.

11:30 - 12:30 - THEN -  skip, hop and jump rope!   Contest sponsored by Arc Athletics.  Gene will get everyone jumping and maybe even show us a few tricks!  Top prize is 2 free workout sessions at his studio for you OR your child!

 

11:30 -2pm - Balloon artist, Tommi May of Illuminated Faces whips up some super cool balloon animals for you to bring home.

1-2pm - Church St. School for Music and Art teacher, Richard Younger, will stop by for a rockin' music session complete with musical instruments and songs.

 

2- 2:30 pm - Last but not least, former competitive cheerleader,  Sherese Parris will grab those pom poms you all made earlier and teach an energetic cheer class, including jumps, motions and chants!

 

*No registration necessary, but before you go, check out other hip happenings at Torly Kid this year.

 

 


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