Tickets on Sale Now for the 2017 Community Easter Gathering

By That's PRD, April 6, 2017

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Urban Family cordially invites you to join our team for the 2017 Community Easter Gathering at the newly opened Residence G Shenzhen!

For the third consecutive year, ABNET-SCC is hosting the Easter Gathering in collaboration with Urban Family to offer families a fun-filled day of Easter-themed activities. 

Running from noon-5pm, children and families can enjoy crafts, bubble football, a drone workshop, bouncy castle, swimming, table tennis, ‘parent workshops,’ family trivia and more!

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The highly-anticipated Easter lunch buffet will run from 1-3.15pm, while the egg hunt will be hosted from 3.15-4.15pm and the lucky draw will run from 4.15-5pm.

The nonprofit event will donate proceeds to ‘Aaron’s Cause.’

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To book your spot, please send a message to our official UrbanFamily WeChat account (ID: urbanfamilyprd) with the subject line “2017 SZ Easter” and specify your name, phone number and how many tickets (mention ages) you would like to purchase. You can also call Ms. Bya at 135-3777-0504. 

Pre-booking is a must. This is a very popular community event and in order to avoid inconvenience situations at the door please purchase tickets now. 

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Organizers have arranged bus transportation from Shekou to the event site. If you would like to take advantage of the transportation, please mention it when purchasing tickets as the number of seats are limited. Alternatively, from Shekou to Residence G Shenzhen is roughly a RMB18-25 trip by taxi.

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Sun Apr 16, noon-5pm; RMB300 for adults, RMB500 for couples (lunch buffet with free flow of house wine/beer and two raffle tickets), RMB250 for teenagers ages 12-17 years old (includes lunch buffet, raffle ticket and five activity tickets) and RMB125 for kids ages 7-12 years old (lunch buffet and five activity tickets). Residence G Shenzhen.


About Residence G Shenzhen

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The latest lifestyle Serviced Apartment and Hotel - Residence G Shenzhen has debut in Shenzhen on 25 March 2017. The property is complete with a two-floor dynamic community hub; G Club. Part restaurant, part community centre; G Club is the first space of its kind in a hotel or residence in Shenzhen’s Nanshan District. 

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Residence G Shenzhen will cater to the needs of business travelers as well as families looking for a modern hotel or fully equipped serviced apartment with ideal location. The complex will host 178 stylish rooms and serviced apartments ranging from studios to 3-bedroom residences. The rooms and apartments feature modern European design, range from 32 to 174 square metres and combine functionality with high-tech style including complimentary high speed WiFi and user-friendly Internet Protocol televisions with E-readers.

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