Vita Cubes 2 Good Fun Day at Active Fun BGC

We have celebrated Vita Cubes 2 Good Fun Day at Active Fun BGC on October 22, 2016.

I am so excited to see my blogger friends and their kids. It is always “fun and kulit day” the mommy bloggers way.

We had arrived at the venue and my little girl is so excited.


Inside the Active Fun party area is a way to good party. Mommies and Daddies are having fun with their kids.


They also give us insight about Vita Cubes and its beneficiaries specially to our children. (I will tackle about it at the latter part of my blog post.)


Ashley and I, are having so much fun specially on the magician’s segment.


There are also giving away yummy cakes and the color resembles to the dominant color of Vita Cubes logo.


They have this game called the longest breath that kids will say “Vita Cubes” in their longest breath as possible. Ashley got 11 seconds for this. And just to add a twist to this game. The host call on mommies to be up on the same challenge. I only got 11 seconds same as Ashley. Whew! I realized it is not that easy to be on stage and say the magic words on your longest breath as possible.


But these moms surely prove that they have the longests breath and tactics.

Meet the Top 3 Mrs. Vita Cubes.


Time flies so fast when your having fun specially if it is Vita Cubes 2 Good Fun.

But, before it ends we took alot of groupies.


And that’s not all Vita Cubes and Active Fun is so generous for their party giveaways.


And also give 1 hour complimentary play pass to our kids. Our kids are already inside the play area.

So it is our time to shine.


Thank you so much Vita Cubes for inviting us and for this goodies that we can share with our family and friends.



About Vita Cubes:

Vita Cubes are cube shaped jelly candies that come in five different fruit flavors – strawberry, apple, grape, orange, and mango.

Aside from having a delicious taste, Vita Cubes are fortified with essential vitamins and minerals that are important for growing children.

LYSINE  contains 70% of the child’s RENI. Aids the body in proper growth and energy production. Also helps in calcium absorption.

ZINC contains 70% of the child’s recommended energy and nutritional intake (RENI). Zinc is known to help in proper functioning of the immune and digestive systems, energy metabolism, and in increasing the rate of healing wounds.

VITAMIN A contains 40% of the child’s RENI. Helps increasing the body’s immunity to fight infections, Also plays an important role in ensuring healthy eyes and bone development.

VITAMIN B Supplies 30%- 70% of the child’s RENI. Promotes growth and strength and stimulates memory in children in their formative years. Helps boost the oxygen circulation in the body, especially the brain, which in turn improved concentration. Helps convert carbohydrates and fats into energy.

VITAMIN C Supplies 30% of the child’s RENI. Helps form and repair red blood cells, bones, and tissues. Helps your child’s gum stay healthy. Strengthens your child’s blood vessels, minimizing bruising from falls scrapes. Helps cuts and wounds heal, boosts the immune system, and keeps infections at bay. Helps the body absorb iron form food sources.

VITAMIN E Supplies 45% of the child’s RENI. Boosts the immune system and helps the body fight germs. Keeps blood vessels open wide enough for blood to flow freely. Helps the cells of the body work together to perform many important functions.

Product Review by Alyssa Ashley (my 5 years old daughter in Kinder): Her favorite flavor are orange and grapes.

My Review: I love orange and grape flavor. It is affordable for only 12 pesos per pack and there is also a piso pack. No Vitamin Overdose you can eat the whole pack but I see to it that my kids are in moderation when eating sweets. My daughter loves to eat bubble gum which is very sweet and too much of it makes your jaw hurts of constant chewing. I introduce Vita Cubes to her and she love it. Not only it is sweet but also healthy because it has Vitamin C.

Where To Buy

Vita Cubes is available at all Mercury Drug outlets, SM Supermarkets, Robinson’s Supermarkets, Waltermart, Landrmark, Puregold, Mini Stop and local grocery stores.

May be bought per box (containing 10 pcs. of 50g packs) or per individual 50g pack

Vita Cubes Singles (P1.00 per pices) may aslo be bought at sari-sari stores, supermarkets, local grocery stores.

How much

Suggested Retail Price (SRP) for 50g pack is at Php12



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The Mind Museum Presents: Step Right Up Science Circus plus HALLOWEEN SPECIAL TREAT!

Ladies and gentlemen, the Science Circus has come to town!


MANILA, Philippines – Science Circus: Step Right Up! is the latest traveling exhibition of The Mind Museum, showcasing the amusing, the peculiar, and the extraordinary in our everyday experiences, in the form of interactive exhibits that deceive the senses and boggle the mind. Be ready to #EnterTheScienceCircus this coming October 28, 2016!


While the nearly 250-year history of the circus abounds with awe-inspiring demonstrations of physical skill – such as high-flying aerial artists, to death-defying daredevils – the Science Circus challenges our traditional notions of a circus by focusing on the mind’s “acrobatic” perceptual tricks.


As the guests enter the exhibition, they are welcomed by a festive, colorful façade which sets the tone for the sights and sounds they are about to experience. These interactive exhibits are displayed simultaneously in three adjacent Rings. Guests can go in any of the Rings in the order they please.

Ring One, or Deception Perception is a menagerie of exhibits that will prompt you to question whether to see is to believe. Can you always trust your senses? Is what you see as real as it seems? Can your brain produce motion where there is none? Your first venture into the Circus will unveil the “blindness” of your mind’s eye.

Ring Two highlights Pieces of Incredible Engineering, where guests can engage their minds in puzzles and relish how math and art come together. This central area is animated by simple machines, and engages guests in activities that evoke their inner engineer.

Last but not least, Ring Three is Encounters with the Masters, where guests can interact with and learn the secrets of the Masters of Illusion. They can take on the challenges posed by each Master, and discover how our brains can be ensnared by smoke and mirrors.

The Science Circus: Step Right Up! exhibition vividly illustrates how our everyday experiences are full of delightful secrets that we can uncover, to discover more about ourselves and the world around us.



The Mind Museum’s traveling exhibition Science Circus will be on display in the Museum for a limited run, until January 31, 2017 only. The exhibition aims to travel to cities and provinces around the country as part of The Mind Museum’s mission to bring science closer to the general public.

Entrance Fees:

Science Circus* only                                  The Mind Museum (3-hour tour) + Sc ience Circus*

P200 / head                                                  Adults                                                P750

-Adult or Child                                             Child/Student (up to college)     P650

Kids below two feet are Free.

*Enjoy Science Circus exhibition for 90 minutes choosing from these timeslots:

9am-1030am  |  1030am-12nn  |  12nn-130pm  |  130pm-3pm  |  3pm-430pm  |  430pm-6pm

Limited capacity. Guests are welcomed on a first come, first served basis.

The Mind Museum Operating Hours

9:00am – 6:00pm, Tuesdays to Sundays.

CLOSED on Mondays.


From October 25-31, 2016, avail of The Mind Museum ALL DAY PASS + Science Circus* tickets

at P1,500 for 3 persons!

Purchase online at,

or from The Mind Museum Ticket Booth.

Special priced tickets are valid for use October 28, 2016 – January 31, 2017.

The Mind Museum will be open on Oct. 31, Monday, and closed on Nov. 1, Tuesday

to give way to the holiday.

For more information or for interested parties who would want to host this exhibition, please contact:



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