Krystal Klear Productions will be hosting its first virtual event, Spooky Sweet Fun Day, on Saturday, October 31st from 12 pm to 2 pm. Parents and guardians are invited to register their children (ages 5-12) to attend the event. They can participate in a costume contest and enjoy bingo, a dance party, fellowship, prizes, and sweet treats. Registration is $10 per child on Eventbrite under Spooky Sweet Fun Day.
Spooky Sweet Fun Day is being presented by Krystal Klear Kids, powered by Krystal Klear Productions, and Dee’s Sweets & Treats. Krystal Klear Productions Founder and CEO Krystal Yeadon stated that she knew some parents would not feel comfortable taking their kids trick-or-treating due to COVID-19, so she wanted to create an event that would still be fun, but also a more COVID-safe, enjoyable experience. With this experience, she wanted to make sure kids would receive sweet treats as they would during trick-or-treating, so she decided to partner with Dee’s Sweets & Treats for that reason. Upon registration, each child will receive sweet treats from Dee’s Sweets and Treats and a spooky sweet fun bag from Krystal Klear Kids.
Last month, Krystal Klear Kids teamed up with non-profit organization, I Serve with JOY, to implement a community project called “We Hear You.” This project allowed the two entities to give away wireless earphones to children to help enhance their virtual learning experience as they returned to school for the first time since the pandemic began. Krystal Klear Productions looks forward to doing a community giveback in November through Krystal Klear Kares and its annual Holiday Drop, Shop, and Play in December.
For more information about Krystal Klear Productions, LLC, its events and Keeping It Krystal Klear, contact Krystal Yeadon at (843) 608-9416, [email protected], the Krystal Klear Productions Facebook page or www.KrystalKlearProductions.com.
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