Tuesday, March 27, 2012

We Heart Whole Foods

We went to Whole Foods over this past weekend (who am I kidding, we go to Whole Foods at least once a week) for their Kids Klub event.



Our local Whole Foods has awesome (and free) events for kids about once a month. Often they are season-themed: they had reindeer come visit in December (that was super neat)
December 2011
and they've had a beach party in the summer (complete with a sprinkler and sand box). 

This past weekend, they had a carnival for the kiddos. The carnival was to raise money for their Whole Planet Foundation (while most times, the events are free, this one required a small donation). For $5, each kid got an arm-span of tickets.  The kids used the tickets to "pay" for fun activities, like:

Face Painting



Ball Toss
(Aleena has pretty good aim!)

And Ms. Erika made balloon animals!

(My girls just adore Ms. Erika!)


They also had a tattoo table, go fish game, sucker pull and tons and tons of prizes for the kids! (We had leftover tickets, so there was no worries of not having enough tickets to participate in all of the activities.)  The Kids Klub is just one of the many, many reasons we love Whole Foods.  (Another reason: have you tried the pecan crusted tilapia?!  I drool a little just thinking about it.)



Do you have a local Whole Foods?  Have you checked it out?  What other stores do you just love?
 
I was not compensated, nor was I asked to write a review for Whole Foods Market.  All opinions are my own.

4 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for the great post, Jamie! We really appreciate all your support.

    Hope to see you at next month's Kid's Klub events :)

    - Whole Foods Market Dublin

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    1. You're very welcome! We very much enjoy your events!

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  2. That sounds great! I'll have to keep that in mind when Avery gets a little older!

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    1. For sure, Mandy! Some events and activities are geared toward elementary aged kids, but my ladies still enjoy themselves. :)

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