On Saturday, November 5, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation is hosting its 18th Annual “Kids for Kids Carnival” in New York City to bring children and families together and raise awareness on the global efforts to eliminate pediatric HIV and AIDS.

Many celebrities support the Foundation’s efforts and are expected to attend the 2011 “Kids for Kids Carnival.” They include, but are not limited to: Bridget Moynahan, Kelly Rutherford, Julianna Margulies, Kyra Sedgwick and David Duchovny.

Each year the Carnival attracts over 1,000 people including adults and children, which raises around $1.5 million dollars to help fund research and education on pediatric HIV and AIDS, giving hope to mothers and children with the disease. The “Kids for Kids Carnival” offers celebrity-hosted games and activities and samplings from New York’s best restaurants. The fun-filled event will be held at Skylight Soho, transformed into a “Journey around Africa” setting by David Stark Design and Production. This year’s activity sponsors include: Disney, 77kids by American Eagle, SPiN, New York Central Art Supply, and Princess Expressions.

Highlights of the “Kids for Kids Carnival” will include: T-shirt decorating from American Eagle; the beloved Disney Reading Room; an African drum workshop led by the Alvin Ailey Dance Workshop; a celebrity vs. children ping pong booth provided by SPiN ofNYC; and a fairytale dress up booth from Princess Expressions, just to name a few. Several of New York City’s finest restaurants will be participating in Restaurant Row: On the Rocks, Serendipity 3, ’wichcraft by Tom Colicchio, and many more.

WHERE:
Skylight Soho
275 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10013


WHEN:
Saturday, November 5, 2011
1:00pm – 4:00pm ET

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