Saturday, April 7, 2018
The Houston Children’s Festival was born in 1988 and was originally known as the “Children for Children Festival.” Attracting a crowd of less than 5,000 people the first year, the goal was to create a family festival that would serve as the vehicle to educate the public about child abuse and the mission of Child Advocates.
We were honored to participate and provide entertainment for our third year in a row! The dinosaurs didn’t come alone this time. They invited their new friend, AUX, of Robots Extreme to the festivities and delivered an all-out performance.
Dancing with the kids. Posing for the camera. Simply having a great time with the crowd. It was a special evening for us and we were happy to be a part of it.
Dinosaurs + Robots = Extreme FUN!. how!
To book a dinosaur for your next event visit http://www.houstondinosaurs.com for more information.
More info on Jurassic Extreme @ The McDonald’s Houston Children’s Festival 2018
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