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New Parents' Night Out Service from Phoenix Karate

Parents' Night Out - In-Town Babysitting at Phoenix Karate on Saturdays

Phoenixville, PA, October 16, 2009 - Remember when Saturday night was your big night out? Well you can bring it back -- even if you do have kids -- with Phoenix Karate's new Parents' Night Out.

Every Saturday, Phoenix Karate's Master Neil Phelan will open up his dojo to children (ages 3 and up). Parents can book their kids in for a night of games, movies and fun, while the grown-ups have their night out.

"I just want people to be able to come down to Phoenixville and eat in our restaurants and enjoy our town on a Saturday night without having to worry about their kids," says Neil.

"We'll definitely be using this service," said Julie Duffy, mother of two children who take classes at Phoenix Karate. "Neil's great with kids. They'll probably have more fun than we will!"

About Phoenix Karate's Parents' Night Out

Where: Master Phelan's Phoenix Karate, 224 Bridge St., Phoenixville, Tel. 610-935-3534
When: Saturday nights 5:00-11:00 PM*
Who: Children aged 3 and up (must be potty trained)
How much: $15 per child
How: Call to reserve a place: 610-935-3545

(*except October 31, Halloween)

About Master Phelan's Phoenix Karate

Master Phelan's Phoenix Karate School, in the heart of downtown Phoenixville, works to help families raise good kids, through the discipline of karate and the bonds of community. Phoenix Karate offers karate classes for children from 3 up to adulthood, self-defense classes for adults, and after-school care with pick-ups at area schools.

Contact:
Neil Phelan
Master Phelan's Phoenix Karate
224 Bridge St
Phoenixville PA 19460
email. phoenixkarate.usa@verizon.net
Tel. 610-935-3545

Comments

Anonymous said…
Wow, this is a really great idea. My son is a little too young, but I hope to take advantage of this in the future.

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