Bunch Dance Party Offers Kids a Romp at CiRCA

The one remaining family-oriented event of the WinterCity Warm Up series, the Bunch Family Dance Party promises to be a fun and unique afternoon for anyone who happens to be a suitable demographic.

The Family Dance Party is a charming and unique kid-friendly music and art party that is taking place Sunday. The video clip above depicts the Jan 20, 2007 edition of the event at the Drake but this weekend's party is going to be in a far more exciting venue: this season's biggest word in trend, CiRCA nightclub. It will also, they maintain, be hosted by Andy Warhol himself.

Working with the the theme of "Factory Kids" and aiming to parallel Warhol's Factory parties, there will be opportunities for kids to make and screen "Warhol-esque mini films" through the participation of NFB Mediatheque, while Newmindspace will be leading pop art print making.

DJ Fase is providing the music for the event, snacks will be provided, and special consideration is given for nursing mothers and assistance from childcare staff will be available if needed.

The event runs from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Feb 3rd, and entry is $10 for adults, $5 for kids, $FREE for under-twos. Ticket can be purchased at the door provided they're available, but you can also order them online and print them off.

The City of Toronto's department of trends and fashions does warn, however, that long-term studies have not yet been done on the results of exposure of children to venues such as CiRCA and the Drake, and they may have unpredictable effects on children's sense of culture and taste.


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