DARTMOUTH, NS, April 6, 2015 /CNW/ - The award-winning Razzmatazz for Kids will be performing at the 2015 Children's Wish Foundation of Canada Yarmouth Princess Tea Party on April 19th. The event begins at 1:30 pm at the Rodd Grand Hotel. Razzmatazz for Kids, will get you hugging someone you love, clucking like a chicken, riding a bumpy bus, singing, hopping, dancing, clapping your hands, or performing on stage with them at their concert of fun, original children's songs.
Sesame Street produced and aired a music video of the Razzmatazz for Kids song, "Going to my Grandma's". Razzmatazz for Kids was invited to perform for the First Ladies of the United States and Canada, and has been a featured performer with Symphony Nova Scotia. This husband and wife musical duo of Thomas Cormier and Sandy Greenberg has won "Children's Recording of the Year" at the East Coast Music Awards, "Children's Group of the Year" from Music Nova Scotia, and a "Recommended" Award from Parents' Choice in the United States. Razzmatazz for Kids has been delighting young audiences for almost 20 years at festivals, special events, and schools.
This is the 6th year the Children's Wish Foundation will be holding a Princess Tea Party in Yarmouth. Last year, it raised $16,000 to help grant the wishes of Nova Scotia children between the ages of 3 and 17 who are suffering from life threatening illnesses. The average cost of granting one wish is $10,000. Tickets are still available and can be purchased online at www.ns.princessteapartycanada.ca/ for $35.
About the Children's Wish Foundation of Canada
Each year, thousands of Canadian children between the ages of 3 - 17 are diagnosed with a life threatening illness. For over 30 years, and over 22,000 Wishes, The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada has worked in communities across the country to provide children with life threatening illnesses the opportunity to realize their most heartfelt wish. By creating unique, meaningful experiences, Children's Wish enhances the quality of life for these courageous children and their families. This year, the Foundation expects to grant over 1,000 new wishes, and with the help of volunteers and generous donors, is able to grant nearly three wishes every day. To date, we have granted 959 wishes specifically in Nova Scotia, with 56 more wishes still planned to be enjoyed. Each wish is an individual adventure, carefully structured to meet the needs of a particular wish child and their family. The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada is a national charity with chapters in every province and territory. Visit www.childrenswish.ca for more information.
SOURCE The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada
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