A great challenging for all children entertainer like me is every day more and more people is hiring entertainers for their kids party but not only for the kids but for all guesses be watching and enjoying the entertaining show.
I was never much fan of doing the typical face painting and balloon maker at the parties, So, stand-up comedy always was my strong point and the adaptation for the kids party was just one extra skill.
For some reason that day my sound system decided to play around with me, but I was the winner at the end and everyone at the Napper tandy on stradbally town enjoyed.
Is everyone happy? Mission accomplished…
Jeca the Clown
Can you bet who was clowning around at the Curragh Racecourse? If you said the children entertainer clown Jeca you got it! A huge public and a lot of fun not just for me but for all others entertainers that were there too.
Kids there didn’t even missed the race because where Jeca the clown is there isn’t rushing and race just for fun.
Soon I will be back again there for more clowning around so, you don’t need even bet to know who will have a lot fun…
We invite you and your family and friends to come and join the fun as clowns (children Entertainer Clown Jeca), the Bumble Bus, dancing Pandas and colouring competitions keep children smiling while you enjoy great food. With something on 6 various menus, there is something to suit every taste. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner or a tasty treat Ttime, we look forward to seeing you tomorrow at the very first – MIDWAY FAMILY FUN DAY.
I hope even in the following events see more and more kids there and once again show that anywhere clown jeca goes, will be FUN.
The children entertainer Clown Jeca had the pleasure of be present at the Joe Mallon Motors in Portlaoise to the launching of the Irish wheelchair association’s Laois branch.
Great people and excellent way to give back to my community though my entertainer gift, I was very happy to weeks late receive a letter from the Irish wheelchair association to thanking me to all Jeca did it. Thx Joe Mallon Motors to inviting me to this great event and the Irish wheelchair association’s Laois branch to recognize clown jeca’ hard working.
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Caroline Bergin Property Management are calling on walkers and cyclists in the Portlaoise region to join them for a fancy dress 5k Walk or Cycle! There will be the Children entertainer clown jeca, face painting and a free BBQ with music by Na Fianna, all taking place in Kilminchy Court on the Dublin Road at 3pm. We hope you can join in the fun and help raise some vital funds for Barnardos!
I must to say that wasn’t easy with a big clown shoes walk 5k and at the same time collect the money to this great charity that is Barnardos.
Back to Kilminchy court I got strength to entertaining the crowd and the huge number of kids that was there, Congratulations Caroline Bergin Property Management to putting together this walking.
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Emo Vintage Festival is taking place this Friday till Sunday. There will be plenty of activities for all including live music all weekend at the Gatehouse Pub, a vintage tractor & car run on Saturday and a family fun day on Sunday with funfair and helicopter rides and much more
I saw machines there that I never saw before, really cool old wrestling feeling seeing all machines and car there.
The music atmosphere was great with a great gospel choral and great Irish singer too, plenty food, games and a great children entertainer, :-p . Ps: It’s me!
I can’t wait to the next one…
This is my third year with this great charity and I can say for sure that this is one of the the greatest and pleasure thing myself as the children entertainer clown Jeca is doing in Ireland, every kid I meet there is an honour to make they laughing and that was my impulse to make the healing smile project that I hope soon be in full speed.
Published on Thursday 12 July 2012 12:35
MOUNTRATH’S third annual Whitehorse Festival will take place from this Saturday July 14 to Sunday July 22, with a programme of arts, music, sports and social events.
It will begin with a Shorts ‘n’ Shades launch party in Eddie Kirwan’s Bar with music by local band Radio Nowhere. Admission is €5 with all proceeds going to the festival fund. As well as this, the Pub Challenge will see rings, darts, pool and other activities. Hells Kitchen at Helens on Tuesday and Wednesday evening will host cooking and bakery demonstrations.
Local artist Kevin Kavanagh will be creating a festival art trail – putting different pictures and portraits and other art installations in different business windows and vacant shops – which will all be on display for the week. The Alf Harvey Metac Exhibition will also be on display in Eddie Phelan’s Restaurant for the duration of the festival.
On Friday July 20 there will be a number of activities in the town park, including a demonstration on how to use all the new gym equipment and the official opening of the new table tennis tables. There will also the a cupcake party in the Cosy Cafe. On Saturday July 21 there will be a Treasure Hunt at 2pm – to take part in the festival treasure hunt people will need a car for solving clues along the hunt. At 8pm the festival fashion show will take place in St Fintan’s Hall in association with Annie Apple.
Sunday July 22 is the festival’s climax. A family fun day will be held in the Market Square, with bouncy castles, slides, face painting and the children entertainer clown jeca performance for kids. There will also be arts and crafts stall and the towns first busking festival, placing musicians throughout the town from roughly 3-7 before finishing in a huge festival jam to finish it all off.
A festival route will also be laid out for a dog walk, a high nelly run and the annual festival mini marathon – starting at 12pm from the town square. Dog walk participants will also be given doggy bags in conjunction with Mountrath Tidy Towns to raise awareness in preventing dog fouling. There will also be a festival music trail held throughout the weekend in all the pubs
Published on Tuesday 3 July 2012 11:52
THE Durrow Scarecrow Festival was launched last Thursday in Durrow and is set to take place from Saturday July 28 to Monday August 6.
Formerly known as the Howya Festival, this year Durrow will play host to the third All Ireland Scarecrow Championships which sees over 120 competing scarecrows decorate the ‘Scarecrow Village’ and the streets of this picturesque village. With an overall prize fund of €3,000 with €1,000 going to the overall winner, competition is bound to be fierce. With over 12,000 people attending last year’s event, the Durrow Scarecrow Festival has become synonymous with family fun, good entertainment and value for money. It is being presented by Durrow Development Forum with the valued assistance of Laois Partnership and the support of Laois Tourism.
In addition to the wonderful scarecrows on exhibit there is something for all the family. There will be plenty of music, crafts, a summer camp, children entertainer, outdoor market, treasure hunt, sporting events, flower show, art exhibitions and a duck derby, to name but a few. Guaranteed to be big attractions at this year’s event are Adela & the Meanits, Woodbine, The Bare Soled Fools Theatre Group and the IWW Wrestling Warriors. For full details of the programme of events and how to enter the All Ireland Scarecrow Championships visit www.durrow.ie.
This is what I call a great value for the money and great family fun day, the street marketing was great with all kind of arts and crafts and food to taste, the kind of event every children entertainer like me love to do.
Great town, amazing people, good idea putted all together, and the result is: the scarecrow festival.
Later I got this msg by e-mail:
Hi Jeca, thank you for coming to the Durrow Scarecrow Festival! Once again, you put back so many smiles on everybody’s face. You have the gift to adapt to any crowd, any individual… You definitely are “the” clown to get to get the party going…
Innovation and not scare to try is one of the key of success, the Giltraps pub invited me to putt a show outside of the pub while parents was enjoying drinking and having a great food from it.
After me was a great Irish singer and I think was a success day, the public was great with me and I could not receive better reception; even after all I tasted the lovely pi-on-A-spit, what more to say? Just replicate the words I heard from who hired the children entertainer clown jeca: See you again soon! See you again all from Kinnitty.