About Faces Entertainment's November 2016 Newsletter

Brrr, November!
It's the season of sweaters, crunchy colorful leaves, and roasting marshmallows around a bonfire. It's time to party! Stay up light on Daylight Savings Day, November 6th, and have a bash with a henna artist or face painter! Let a caricature artist crash your BBQ, and let About Faces make every party a special memory!
What's To Celebrate?

In November, it's more like "What's Not To Celebrate?"
This month has every bizarre and wacky holiday you can think of! Here's a list of our top five, including a few selected from holidayinsights.com.

November 6th: Marooned Without A Compass Day. Be sure to always carry around your compass!

November 21st: False Confession Day. Does this exist for a particular purpose or...?

November 23rd: Eat Apple Cores Out of Trash Cans Day. At least that's what we heard from Benny, the office dog.

November 24th: All Our Uncles Are Monkeys Day. So the truth comes out!

November 25th: You're Welcome Day. Day after Thanksgiving. Think about it...

(He did not write the story, he's just a really great caricature artist. Book him for your next event!)
The Power Of Entertainment

"It's my birthday!" squealed little Sarah.
"I know, honey," Sarah's mom smiled at her child.
"Partytime! Hey, who's that?" Sarah pointed through the window at a funny looking man with a bulky case. "Mommy?"
"That's a surprise."
"Surprise? Tell me!" Sarah begged, but her mother stubbornly refused. The man walked in and set down his case. "Who are you?" he said invitingly. Sarah narrowed her eyes. She didn't trust this stranger. Not one bit.
"I'm Sarah. I'm turning four," she declared at last. "Who are you?"
The man gave a small chuckle, but didn't answer Sarah's question. He pulled up a chair and said, "Please, sit."
Gingerly, as if the chair might explode if she touched it wrong, Sarah sat. The man started waving around a pencil.
Sarah squirmed.
She click-clocked her tongue.
She tapped her foot.
"I can't bear it!" she finally burst out. 
"It's been less than a minute," her mother said.
After what felt like at least a week to Sarah, the odd man declared himself finished. He turned around the easel and Sarah shielded her eyes, afraid of what she might see. She waited nervously, then very carefully cracked apart her fingers. It was a drawing. It was Sarah! Sarah with big eyes and huge ears. She laughed and clapped her hands. "I love it!" She ran over and hugged the stranger, forgetting all former doubts. "Happy Birthday," he said.
Later, the caricature artist drew all her friends, making them giggle as they were turned into beautiful princesses and brave narwhals. "This is the best birthday ever!" Sarah sighed happily. 

The experience of an entertainer is unforgettable. It can turn a party into memory that shines like the sun. Book your entertainment today.
Well, what are you waiting for? Book your entertainment now! Call 1-800-92-FUNNY or email us right away!

Thanks for reading! Until next time,

Audrey and Kayleigh Hasson
Newsletter Co-editors
About Faces Entertainment
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