Our stilt walkers have a lot of training: but it’s still a hard job! Here’s how you can help keep our stilt walkers safe:
Now serving face painting, balloon twisting, and temporary tattoos for all of New Hampshire!
Because of growing demand on our Salem, MA office, we’re opening up a fourth location in NH! Because we’re still growing, the services we’re currently offering in NH include:
If you’re having a huge event (read: more than 100 guests looking for entertainment) Kaleidoscope has a few ways we can speed up your lines!
Let your guests grab-and-go a fast design, or stay-for-the-pro if they’re willing to wait!
Just hire two or four artists (depending on your event size): one to crank out tiny designs for wiggly toddlers or on-the-go parents, and a second to take their time on more elaborate designs.
Entertain the guests at your next holiday party! Choose from any of our packages (with or without holiday characters) and let us theme them to your Christmas, Hanukkah, or holiday party. Click to see some more info!
Many parents booking face painters or balloon twisters in CT, MA, and RI are booking party entertainment for the first time, and aren’t sure what questions they should be asking! We’ve done over a thousand birthday parties, so we know exactly what questions to ask any company–no matter who is doing your entertainment.
Super Hero parties are one of the most popular themes of the year for any age or gender. The reasons most companies don’t offer super hero performers are a little less than obvious:
So, instead of simply sending a costumed character to your party, we’ve put together a super-fun package for any super hero party: Build Your Own Hero! For the same budget as sending in a super hero (if not less) we have a special package for all of our favorite little heroes and villains:
Resident magician Magic Mike has been making jaws drop all around New Hampshire and Massachusetts with his magic shows at birthday parties, corporate events, weddings, and everywhere in between!
How do you entertain a teen who is not having any of it right now?
How do you convince a 12 year old who secretly wants to get their face painted that it’s okay?
And what do you even do for a 13th birthday?
Unique entertainment is our specialty–but what do you do when your kids get too old for traditional face painting and balloon twisting? In the hundreds of parties our face painters and balloon twisters have performed at, we’ve noticed after age 10 or so parents tend to forego entertainment since the kids are less interested, which can often lead to a pack of excited tweens tearing up their house with not much else to do!