Williamsburg’s alternative play space – the place that incorporates rock music into its lessons for kids, Frolic! held a mother’s day event at Brooklyn Bowl Sunday afternoon.
It was the sixth such concert-type event that the group has organized since the inception of its 5,000 square foot play space on North 6th street in 2012.
Sunday’s event was an all out affair – choc-a-bloc full of activities not just for moms, but for the rest of the family as well.
Mom’s could take a step back from all their duties and get a free consultation, facial and other personal care treatments at the N4 Med Spa booth set up right at the entrance to the event.
“We are just really about allowing busy moms take some time out of their busy lives,” said George Aglialoro, the owner of the Spa. “But we also do it quickly and efficiently to save moms time. Being here is a great way to support and introduce ourselves to the community.”
Families were huddling up inside The Selfy Photo Booth getting shots of themselves before the musical performances kicked off.
Further inside, some families took advantage of the bowling alleys, while others watched their kids take to the LED lit-up dance floor that was in the center of the room.
The event kicked off with a performance comprised of about a dozen kids from one of Frolic’s rock music classes – toddlers took to the microphones with the ease pros and belted out one song after the other as their parents cheered on excitedly.
The evening continued with other musical performances including a showing by renowned children’s music recording artist Suzi Shelton.
“The best part about being in this community is that everyone supports each other and works together,” said Carey Balogh, the co-founder of Frolic! on their increasing popularity in the neighborhood. “We have a full on team creating all kinds of activities to keep kids entertained.”
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