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Guess Who’s Coming to The Halloween Party hosted by Fragile Earth & Ricky’s of Red Bank???

Great news!  We have a very special guest coming to the Halloween Party being hosted by Fragile Earth and Ricky’s of Red Bank this Sunday, 10/21/12.  Our one year old nephew, Brayden, is coming to Red Bank all the way from Baltimore to see the Halloween Parade and go to the Halloween Party at Ricky’s right after the parade.  Want to come to?  Just call Fragile Earth, 732-759-0016, to reserve your spot.  Space is limited so we recommend pre-registering.

Clive is so excited, he and Brayden are in deep discussions about costume choices.

**Clive is a Jellycat Cordy Roy Aardvark and can be purchased either through our online site, Fragile Earth, or in our store at 9 Monmouth Street, Red Bank, NJ.

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Fragile Earth Halloween Party With Ricky’s of Red Bank

Fragile Earth is hosting a Halloween Party with Ricky’s of Red Bank on Sunday 10/21 immediately following the Red Bank Halloween Parade – approximately 3PM.  There will be crafts, games, and, of course, ice cream.  Please call ahead to reserve your space as they are going fast.  Cost is $10 per child.

Clive is getting very excited and is trying out costume ideas.  What do you think of Zorro?

 

**Clive is a Jellycat Cordy Roy Aardvark and can be purchased either through our online site, Fragile Earth, or in our store at 9 Monmouth Street, Red Bank, NJ.

BEAT THE HEAT!

With the high temperatures and life-sapping humidity we’ve been having recently, it’s not easy running through town with a lighted flame! However, Clive is a resourceful aardvark and he knows just what to do to beat the heat!

Ice cream at Ricky’s. Need I say more?

**Clive is a Jellycat Cordy Roy Aardvark and can be purchased either through our online site, Fragile Earth Stuffed Animals, or in our store at 9 Monmouth Street, Red Bank, NJ.

On Sunday, February 12th, we co-hosted our first party with Ricky’s of Red Bank, the local candy store. It was a Valentine’s party with fun crafts and ice cream at the end.

There were 6 separate craft projects the kids could do, set up at stations around the room.

The kids really seemed to have a good time making the different crafts.

Most of the parents were really great at helping out where needed.

It’s amazing how intent kids will get with some pipe cleaners and some beads!

Helen and I have talked about hosting parties at the store but we can’t figure out the logistics of space. Dirty hands and stuffed animals are not the greatest mix.

Ricky’s has a separate room just for parties which allows the kids to have fun without getting distracted by the merchandise on the shelves.

The party was scheduled to be an hour long but it lasted a bit longer than that. I enjoyed working with the kids (it brought back memories of working with kindergartners again!) and the time really flew by. There will be more parties in the future. Easter Parade anyone?