Kids & Cancer NYC: Family Building with Max Cure


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This playdate is all about bringing families together. This two-hour "playshop" for kids - from birth to four years - will give families a unique opportunity to be challenged by fun obstacles, make art, and dance and sing. Parents will learn how to engage their kids with fun drills for new ways to play at home. Sponsored by The Max Cure Foundation, Kidville and Big City Moms, this fabulous family adventure will benefit kids battling cancer (100% of net proceeds benefit Max Cure Foundation for Pediatric Cancer Causes).

Highlights of Be Brave Adventures:
bObles Jungle, with live percussion
Sensory and art play course
Rock out concert with The Z Brothers!
Healthy food and snacks for the whole family

The Max Cure Foundation for Pediatric Cancer Causes is focused on funding research to find less toxic, more effective treatments for pediatric cancer; and to advance a cure as well as improving quality of life for kids battling cancer, their parents and communities. The primary beneficiary of the Max Cure Foundation is the Max Cure Fund at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Contributions to the Fund are earmarked to underwrite a first-of-its-kind Cell Therapy Laboratory, a project personally spearheaded by Dr. Richard O'Reilly, Chair of the Department of Pediatrics at MSKCC. For more information on the Lab, visit

Be Brave Adventure

Saturday, November 13, 2010

10:00 a.m. - Noon

Kidville, 163 East 84th Street, NYC

Price begins at $100 for a family of four

Matina Golias at or 201-321-3010

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