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Fun Ranch Gears Up For Its Biggest Event For The Year – Boo! Time Halloween Party

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Celebrate Halloween this year with mind blowing treats as Fun Ranch brings back, Boo! Time Halloween Weekend!

The celebration kicks off with a Halloween Costume Party where kids in costumes strut on the runway, while parents take a snapshot and cheer on the side.  The fun continues after the runway show as kids and their families get to enjoy other activities like games, Trick-Or-Treat and a special kiddie show.

Check out this year’s Halloween Party schedule.

Friday, October 27, 2017        3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Saturday, October 28, 2017 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

Saturday, October 28, 2017 10:00 am to 1:00 pm;
4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Sunday, October 29, 2017   10:00 am to 1:00 pm;
4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Saturday, October 28, 2017     4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Kiddie ticket price is Php550.00/child inclusive of a Ride-All-You-Can wristband (Unlimited Play for Alabang/Pampanga), food and drinks, food cart treats, loot bag, and access to all side activities like Trick-Or-Treat and product sampling.  For adults, ticket price is Php275/adult inclusive of food and drinks, food cart treats and access to all side activities.

This year’s Boo! Time is co-presented by Pepsi and Poten-Cee Vitamin C Gummies. Major partners are Oli’s Boxship, Lactacyd Toddler Tubs, Lazer Maxx Laser Tag Arena, Microtel by Wyndham Acropolis, Snackeroo Heartsies, Snackeroo Bits and Chips, Uni-Care Complete Cleansing Wipes, Uni-Love Baby Wipes, Jack n’ Jill Roller Coaster, Jack n’ Jill Pretzels, Jack n’ Jill Magic, 
Jack n’ Jill Quake Overload, Jack n’ Jill Knots, Jack n’ Jill Cream-O and Magnolia Pancake Plus.

Buy your tickets now, limited slots only!  For inquiries, search @funranch on Social Media or visit www.kidsrulehere.com.



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10 Reasons Why It’s Cool To Play Pinoy Games

By Ana del Rosario

Summer is fun!  With no school work and grades to worry about, it is the season where kids enjoy playing outdoors.  I remember those times when my neighbors and I would be out of our homes by 3:00 p.m. and form groups to play Patintero.  It was girls vs. boys and the line would go as long as 20 meters.  The word “gadget”, that time, was unheard of.

Childhood memories came back last Saturday with Fun Ranch’s Larolympics.   The passion of parents to teach their children games we all grew up with like Tumbang Preso, Piko and Sipa put smiles on our faces.  It was a warm day, we were all sweaty but laughing our hearts out.  In spite of the heat, we still found it cool to play Pinoy games on a sunny day!  Here’s why:


1.  We had an awesome time exercising.  The “it” during Tumbang Preso was so competitive that kids and their parents ran as fast as they could to score a point.


2.  “Agawang Panyo” was played like a basketball,  with steals and unexpected passes.  Everyone learned how to strategize.



3.  Family teamwork was very much alive during Patintero.


4.  Players gained a new skill and it’s called Sipa.


5.  There’s physical bonding because families held each other, jumped up and down, hugged and kissed.


6. Parents demonstrated true sportsmanship and kids learned from their example.


7.  Waiting for the right time to enter the line during Patintero helped children increase their attention span.


8.  Sweat built our immunity.


9.  Piko taught the kids to listen, follow instructions and figure things out while parents cheered on the side.


10.  Someone once said, laughter is the best medicine.  Giggles, cheers and laughter filled Fun Ranch that day.


As mentioned during the teams’ orientation, Larolympics is my favorite event because it leaves good memories to all participants.  From mascots joining the games to winning awards, we always end this event in high spirits.


Thank you Pepsi and Lactacyd Toddler Tubs for co-presenting Larolympics.  Thumbs up to Island Cove Hotel and Leisure Park and Champs Chewable Vitamins for Kids for our prizes and to Gatorade and Premier Water for keeping us hydrated that day.

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