Author Topic: Kid's birthday party-"light snacks and drinks from 4:00-7:00"-minor update #56  (Read 16728 times)

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jazzgirl205

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Before you decline, talk to the mother.  When dd was in K, I had her b'day party at the park across from her school after school.  If a mother declined because of work, I told her that if she sent a note to school allowing me to walk her child to the party, all she had to do was pick him up when she got off work.  I walked about 5 children to the party.  We had hotdogs, cokes, and cake.  Everyone was happy.

ladyknight1

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To the last two posters, the event has already happened.

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They will be happening in the North West of England very soon if I have anything to say on the subject! The Younger Chick, who is a catering student, and I will be having a try at one of those. Or maybe at several.

Thanks, everybody!

If you need any help eating them at all... (I'm from the North-West too)
They look delicious!

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I am thinking about making one of just various lunch salads (tuna, chicken, ham, egg) for a weekend lunch. I think it would be fun!