Free Friday: Family Fun Day, Kids with Talent, Skin Treatment Giveaway

Free Friday$ – Each week we tell viewers what they can get for free. This week’s free list: 1) VH1 Save the Music Foundation Festival 2) FasTracKids looking for talented kids 3) Free Giveaway of Skin treatments

VH1 & PARENTING MAGAZINE PRESENT
THE VH1 SAVE THE MUSIC FOUNDATION
FAMILY DAY 2013 IN NYC
A Free, Family Fun Day Open to the Public
WHAT:
On Saturday, March 9th, VH1 and Parenting Magazine will present the VH1 Save The Music Foundation’s Family Day – a free, family fun day open to the public – at The Anderson School in New York from 10AM to 4PM. The VH1 Save The Music Family Day aims to give children of all ages a stage to express their love of music, culture and creativity through an exciting interactive musical expo for families. The inaugural Family Day in 2011 saw over 1,000 guests and featured live performances from Mat Kearney, HANSON, Hot Peas ‘N Butter, SafetySuit, The American Secrets a.k.a. FreeCreditScore.com band and nine-year-old violin prodigy Brianna Kahane. This year’s event will feature a live deejay set by nine-year-old sensation DJ Fulano. A protégé of DJ Cassidy, DJ Fulano is not only deejaying around the country, but also recording a rap album and modeling for major publications and clothing brands.
Throughout the day, friends and families will have the opportunity to play, learn, share and celebrate music in ways that will delight both your children and your inner child. The daylong festival offers a number of fun features, including: “Welcome To The Jungle” interactive stations, a “Try This” Instrument Discovery Zone, “We Got The Beat” Drum Circle presented by NAMM and Juice Box Rated Workshops hosted by Disney. In the parking lot the street vendor food showcase, where you can grab a bite from La Bella Torte, Toum, Coolhaus or Palenque Homemade Colombian, will donate 10% of the price of your lunch to benefit the Foundation. Continuing through the music expo, you will find Rock ‘N Read Story Time with Tracy Delio and The Secret Adventures of Louie V, as well as the “Hey Momma” Market featuring scarves by Otrera, Chalkboard Tees, CDs from Moey’s Music Party and more.
The 2013 VH1 Save The Music Foundation Family Day will feature products and more from 92.3 Now, Celestron, Chalkboard Tees, Coolhaus, Disney, Glitter Tattoo New York, GoGoSqueez, Jupiter, Kreative Katie, La Bella Torte, Moey’s Music Party NAMM, Otrera, Palenque Homemade Colombian, Parenting Magazine, pediped®, Pirate’s Booty, Plum Organics, Quinny, RS Berkeley Musical Instruments, Smilebooth, Taylor Guitars, The Anderson School, The Little Orchestra Society, The Secret Adventures of Louie V, Toum and Yamaha.
The VH1 Save The Music Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to restoring instrumental music education programs in America’s public schools, and raising awareness about the importance of music as part of each child’s complete education. To date, VH1 Save The Music has provided more than $49.5 million in new musical instruments to 1,850 public schools in more than 192 school districts around the country, impacting the lives of over 2.1 million children.
WHO: DJ Fulano, Executives from the VH1 Save The Music Foundation and more soon to be announced talent.
WHERE: The Anderson School
                       100 West 77th Street
                        New York, NY
WHEN: Saturday, March 9th
                      10:00AM to 4:00PM

Take action for music education today – go to www.vh1savethemusic.org to make a donation and support music in schools. And don`t forget to become a ‘Fan’ of the Foundation on Facebook to receive the latest news!

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PARK SLOPE’S GOT TALENT!

Come join FasTracKids (www.fastrackids.com) as we celebrate your children and their unique gifts & talents and win the chance to go on a Summer Adventure at Camp!

Attention kids, parents and grandparents! FasTracKids is looking for the child with the best gifts and talents!

Please submit a 1 minute video of your child (aged 2-10) portraying their talent for a chance to win! You can send us your video via a YouTube link.

FasTracKids is giving away an opportunity to the most gifted and talented child in speech, drama, and performing arts the chance to win 1 week of camp (full day) or 2 weeks of camp (1/2 day).

FasTracKids based in Park Slope Brooklyn, is an enrichment program for children aged 2-10. The programs philosophy is that every child is potentially gifted. It is up to the parent or guardian to ensure that each child is exposed to supplemental enrichment during the critical period of early brain development. Each child will be exposed to over 10 various themes from astronomy to public speaking. Combining proven research with fun and excitement as well as use of our one of a kind technology, your child’s cognitive, creative, and critical thinking abilities will be stimulated.

Contact Veronica Verdino to submit your children into our talent competition until March 19th for your chance to win!  The contest will be judged on March 21st and is open to Brooklyn residents and new members only.

Veronica Verdino
718.260.8100
Fastrackidsny@gmail.com
150 4th avenue Park Slope – at Butler Street

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Free Giveaway of Skin treatments by Dr. Jaliman

The first 11 lucky viewers who email  SkinRulesGiveaway@gmail.com on Monday, March 11, 2013 btwn 12 noon and 1 pm, will receive Dr. Jaliman’s new book: “Skin Rules: Trade Secrets from a Top New York Dermatologist.”
One winner will receive a free treatment. A choice of the new neurotoxin Xeomin, or the new filler Belotero, or Genesis laser treatment or Medlite laser treatment.

Dr. Jaliman’s second edition of her popular book is a concise and practical instruction manual from a renowned Fifth Avenue dermatologist on how to attain beautiful skin, a taut and sculpted body, and a much younger appearance.

For more information, visit:  DrJaliman.com

THE FREEBIES CONTINUE ON MONDAY IN PIX PLAZA…SINCE WE ARE LOSING AN HOUR WITH DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME, THE V8 BUS WILL BE HELPING NEW YORKERS GET A PEP IN THEIR STEP WITH FREE MANIS AND PEDIS AND OTHER GOODIES