Events

Parents can feel overwhelmed and often need a little help finding things to do things with the kids that they like as much as their kids do. Our events offer families in our Central Florida community UNIQUE activities to do together that are sure to be fun for the entire family! 
The Baby Boogie Bash (East Coast) is a dance party for kids 0-7 years old featuring disco lights and music from the 80's, 90's, and today.  No Nursery Rhymes just real jams (appropriate of course) that will get your feet moving and booty grooving. We offer the Baby Boogie Bash at Amaya Papaya 6 times a year. Each event is themed to match a corresponding holiday throughout the year and then eclectically themed during our summer party series culminating with our annual Birthday Party!
 Nothing is better than rocking out as you play. These concerts are for the 6 and under crowd! 
Kids love music, kids love to play...why separate the two? So come sit and listen or play and dance to the tunes of local artist that are sure to become fan favorites!
Featured Musician: Mr. Harley 
Day: 4th Wednesday of every Month 
Cost: Included w/ admission  or  FREE for members 
Spark your child's imagination at one of our Character Meet, Greet and PLAY events! These events happen on Saturday or Sunday in the PLAY Lounge. Kids will get to PLAY in the lounge, meet their favorite characters, celebrities or artist and play games, enjoy crafts and refreshments.
What is the Big Latch On?
Groups of breastfeeding women coming together at registered locations around the world to all latch on their child at a set time. All the breastfeeding women and children are latched on for one minute at the set time and are counted by the witnesses. The numbers are added up and we see if we can beat previous Big Latch On records! 
The Big Latch On supports communities with identifying and growing opportunities to provide ongoing breastfeeding support and promotion.
The key to the Big Latch On's success is allowing communities to hold their Big Latch On events, empowering them to create an event that relates to the people of their community, while still taking part in a worldwide event.