Jun 07 , 2016
IT’S a summer tradition at Abreeza Mall to host free workshops for kids that allow them to hone their talents and learn new skills while school’s out.
This year, Abreeza Mall made the kids’ summer workshop experience even more special by throwing a culminating party—a graduation of sorts—to celebrate their achievements.
Last May 28, Abreeza Mall threw a camp-themed “Summer Class of 2016” culminating activity to mark the end of this year’s summer workshops which ran from April 18 and ended last May 21.
Through this event, Abreeza Mall congratulated participating kids on completing the workshops in accessory-making, art, voice, hip hop dance, and karate facilitated by partner companies Artickles Accessories, GlobalArt Davao, Muzic’s Kool, Muzic’s Kool House of Dance, and King’s Sword Martial Arts.
After opening remarks by Abreeza Mall Marketing Associate Manager Shimea More, students took turns showing off what they learned.
The creations of the art and accessory-making students took the spotlight through a slideshow, after which, voice students delivered a group vocal performance, karate students demonstrated stances and drills, and dance students busted their hip hop moves.
Performers and instructors from Muzic’s Kool, Muzic’s Kool House of Dance, and King’s Sword Martial Arts also took the stage to give the audience a sampling of their different offerings.
After the workshop, all participants received certificates of completion from Abreeza Mall. They also feasted on a delicious merienda of savory eats and assorted sweets.
For the rest of the party, the kids enjoyed exciting games, witnessed an awe-inspiring magic show, and got to hang out with mascots dressed as Barney, Strawberry Shortcake, and Alex the Lion from Madagascar.
Abreeza Mall’s summer workshops were a memorable ride for the kids—not just because they gained new learnings, but because they got to end their summer with a bang!
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