Sometimes it can be tricky to keep the kids entertained during the winter period. That's why we've linked up with our pals at Betty Crocker, to help ease the burden of entertaining kids during chilly weather via our pop-up Bake & Play event.
Urban List and Betty Crocker have linked up to bring you a free—we repeat—free cookie and cupcake decorating event taking place in Melbourne this month to celebrate Betty Crocker’s two new kid-friendly mixes, Rainbow Chip Party Cake and Rainbow Cookies. Sound too good to be true? We're completely serious about this deliciously good time.
It's all taking place across four consecutive Sundays at the kids' play and party centre, The Deck, in Brighton from Sunday, 28 May till Sunday, 18 June. Here, you'll have the opportunity to get creative with the kids in your world by decorating a delicious Betty Crocker cookie or cupcake together.
The best bit? You'll be able to taste your edible creations after you've finished decorating them. Yep, we're talking free fun and free food at this family-friendly event for you and your crew. If you've never tried any of Betty Crocker's range of kids' products before, this is the ideal opportunity to sample the flavours and see what all the fuss is about. It's also ideal for some quality time with your littlies as a parental escort is required for this day of delicious fun.
There will be two Urban List x Betty Crocker Bake & Play sessions per day and booking ahead is essential. Capacities are limited, so be sure to book ahead to secure your spot, here. See you there!
Book now and read the terms and conditions here.
What: Betty Crocker x Urban List Bake & Play Event
Sunday 28 May, 1-1:45pm and 2:15-3pm
Sunday 4 June, 10-10:45am and 11:15-12pm
Sunday 11 June, 10-10:45am and 11:15-12pm
Sunday 18 June, 10-10:45am and 11:15-12pm
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