May 15, 2016 News
Delighted and cheerful faces filled the Princess Fun City and Entertainment Centre, Providence, East Bank Demerara when the entity held a fun day for the children of Shaheed Boys and Girls Orphanage, and the children from
Bless the Children Orphanage, yesterday.
According to the Manager of Fun City, Huseyin Demirel, as Guyana celebrates its 50th Independence Anniversary, the Centre is proud to be a part of “this milestone”.
Demirel said that the centre is privileged to host the fun day for the kids since the children are the future.
“Princess Fun City Entertainment believes in investing in Guyana’s children who will one day be leaders of this country. No child should be forgotten or ignored. It is our aim to continue programmes such as this. Children are motivated and inspired at a young age and let’s mould their minds to be Game Designers, Game Programmers and even movie directors. All is possible,” Demirel said.
Princess Fun City Entertainment was launched three years ago in Guyana with the first 3D and 2D Movie Theatre and Arcade Centre.
Executive Secretary, Natalie Seecharan, said that the day will begin with the viewing of the classic movie, Captain America – Civil War and then off to the Arcade Centre where the children will enjoy 7D Cinemas, 3D Graphic Dancing, Racing Games and among others.
“Our goal is to create family fun entrainment by nurturing the creative minds of our children. Our 3D Theaters the first of its kind in Guyana offers family Fun entertainment with the seating capacity of one hundred and eighty six totals and ninety three respective for each theater with ten shows every day.
“Each week we provide the latest releases in Hollywood, Children and Bollywood movies.” Seecharan stated.
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