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Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Registration and Continental Breakfast
6:30am-8:00am
Wednesday Early Riser Session

Early Riser MEGA Buy: (Credits: 1.0 AA)
7:00am-7:50am


 


Introductions and Opening Remarks
7:55am-8:15am
General Session

The Human Behavior Aspect of Cybersecurity - Cautionary Tales to Mitigate Risk (Credits: 1.0 AA)
8:15am-9:05am

Christophe Reglat
President/CEO / Coaxis International
Tallahassee, FL

Today’s technological advances allow businesses to be more efficient than ever before. But, it also increases the threats from cybercriminals. This program will explore how hackers use social engineering and explain how it works, how to prepare for it, and how to protect your firm.


Concurrent Breakouts (choose one)

Breakout 2: Peer Review of EBP & Effect of "the Bolded" (Credits: 1.0 AA)
9:10am-10:00am

Gwen Bryant, CPA
Assurance Partner, ERISA Leader / Hogan Taylor LLP
Fayetteville, AR
AND
Jean M. Malis, CGMA,CPA
Partner / Hancock Askew & Co LLP
Norcross, GA

 


Breakout 3: Inbound Income Tax Planninjg Concepts for Non-U.S. Taxpayers Investing in the United States (Credits: 1.0 TB)
9:10am-10:00am

Shawn P. Wolf, Esq.
Attorney/Shareholder / Packman, Neuwahl & Rosenberg, PA
Miami, FL
AND
Scott M. Snyder
Attorney / Packman, Neuwahl & Rosenberg, PA
Miami, FL

This presentation will cover certain inbound (i.e., relating to investment into or doing business in the U.S.) international tax concepts.  The discussions will include (but may not be limited to) a review of: U.S. income tax residency definitions, U.S. rules of taxation for U.S. income tax non-resident aliens (e.g., “FDAPI” and “ECI”), Source of Income rules, the Portfolio Interest Exemption, new Section 163(j), the new rules under Sections 864 and 1446 relating to the disposition of partnership interests, the so-called “BEAT” and other need to know fundamentals.


Breakout 4: Multi-State Boot Camp for Beginners (Credits: 1.0 TB)
9:10am-10:00am


 


Break
10:00am-10:15am
Concurrent Breakouts (select one)

Breakout 5: Fraud in EBP-How to Tell if There's a Hand in the Cookie Jar (Credits: 1.0 AA)
10:15am-11:05am

Robert A. Lavenberg, CPA, JD, LLM
President / ERISAworks, LLC
North Wales, PA

There is fraud in employee benefit plans! Where and how can fraud occur? What are some new
exposures and risks for plans? This session will discuss protecting plan data and communicating fraud findings to the plan sponsor.


Breakout 6: U.S. Estate Tax Planning Concepts for the Foreign Person Investing in the United States (Credits: 1.0 TB)
10:15am-11:05am

Shawn P. Wolf, Esq.
Attorney/Shareholder / Packman, Neuwahl & Rosenberg, PA
Miami, FL
AND
Scott M. Snyder
Attorney / Packman, Neuwahl & Rosenberg, PA
Miami, FL

This presentation will cover certain U.S. estate tax planning concepts relevant to non-U.S. citizen, non-U.S. domiciled taxpayers (an “NRAD”).  The discussions will include (but may not be limited to) a review of:  the U.S. estate, gift and generation skipping tax residency definitions, the definitions relating to foreign and domestic trusts and estates, the applicable U.S. estate and gift tax exclusions relevant to the NRAD (and the related availability of the a Qualified Domestic Trust), the rules relating to the situs of assets, taxation of foreign trusts (and why they generally aren’t beneficial to a U.S. taxpayer beneficiary) and other need to know fundamentals.


Breakout 7: What Your Mother Did Not Teach You About Apportionment (Credits: 1.0 TB)
10:15am-11:05am


An overview of multi-state corporate income tax apportionment and the trend towards single sales factor; state tax examples of sales sourcing methodology - market based sourcing vs. cost of performance and nuances in the sourcing rules in the various states.  Apportionment concepts for flow-through entities - - unitary concept/flow-through of factors vs. Partner level allocation, etc.


Concurrent Breakouts (select one)

Breakout 8: IRS and DOL Correction - EDP (Credits: 1.0 AA)
11:10am-12:00pm

Bret Hamlin
Shareholder / Hill Ward & Henderson
Tampa, FL

 


Breakout 9: Relevant U.S. Income Tax Issues for the Non-U.S. Taxpayers Investing in U.S. Real Estate (Credits: 1.0 TB)
11:10am-12:00pm

Shawn P. Wolf, Esq.
Attorney/Shareholder / Packman, Neuwahl & Rosenberg, PA
Miami, FL
AND
Scott M. Snyder
Attorney / Packman, Neuwahl & Rosenberg, PA
Miami, FL

This presentation will cover U.S. tax concepts relevant to the foreign investor looking to buy U.S. real estate.  The discussions will include (but may not be limited to) a review of: the various alternative methods of investing in U.S. real estate available to a foreign person and the related U.S. tax benefits and burdens related thereto, the impact of the reduced U.S. corporate tax rates in the context of planning for this investment, the Foreign Investment in U.S. Real Property Tax Act (“FIRPTA”) and the various considerations relating thereto (e.g., withholding under Section 1445 and certain related exceptions and exclusions), how new Section 163(j) relates to the real estate investment decision making process and other need to know fundamentals.


Breakout 10: Business Industry Tax Panel - Hospitality, Online Sales, Construction, Agriculture (Credits: 1.0 TB)
11:10am-12:00pm


 


Lunch
12:00pm-1:00pm

I will be attending Wednesday's Lunch
12:00pm-1:00pm



No, I will not be attending Wednesday's Lunch
12:00pm-1:00pm



Concurrent Breakouts (choose one)

Breakout 11: Common EBP Errors and How to Correct Them (Credits: 1.0 AA)
1:00pm-1:50pm

Robert A. Lavenberg, CPA, JD, LLM
President / ERISAworks, LLC
North Wales, PA

This session will highlight and examine the Top 10 most common retirement plan operational errors that result in compliance, audit and tax issues. Also, an overview of the IRS and DOL correction programs will be included.


Breakout 12: Property Tax Update (Credits: 1.0 TB)
1:00pm-1:50pm


 


Breakout 13: Outbound Income Tax Planning Concepts for U.S. Taxpayers Doing Business Overseas (Credits: 1.0 TB)
1:00pm-1:50pm

Shawn P. Wolf, Esq.
Attorney/Shareholder / Packman, Neuwahl & Rosenberg, PA
Miami, FL
AND
Scott M. Snyder
Attorney / Packman, Neuwahl & Rosenberg, PA
Miami, FL

This presentation will cover certain outbound (i.e., relating to investment or doing business outside of the U.S.) international tax concepts.  The discussions will include (but may not be limited to) a review of: the entity classification rules, the Controlled Foreign Corporation rules (definitions, taxation, etc.), the so-called “transition tax” of Section 965 (and the related interaction with foreign tax credits and the new Section 245A participation exemption), the new Global Intangible Low Tax Income (“GILTI”) rules of Section 951A (and the related issues under Section 962 and 250), the Foreign Derived Intangible Income (“FDII”) rules and other incentives to do offshore business from the U.S. (e.g., IC-DISC), the Passive Foreign Investment Company rules (definitions, taxation, etc.) and other need to know fundamentals.


Break
1:50pm-2:10pm
Concurrent Breakouts (choose one)

Breakout 14: Deparment of Labor Update for EBP Audits (Credits: 1.0 AA)
2:10pm-3:00pm

Marcus Aron, CPA, CGMA
Senior Auditor / US Department of Labor, EBSA
Washington, DC

 


Breakout 15: (Credits: 1.0 TB)
2:10pm-3:00pm


 


Breakout 16: Florida Economic Update (Credits: 1.0 TB)
2:10pm-3:00pm


 


Concurrent Breakouts (choose one)

Breakout 17: A&A Update EBP (Credits: 1.0 AA)
3:15pm-4:05pm

Marilee P. Lau, CPA
Retired Partner, KPMG LLP / KPMG LLP
San Francisco, CA

 


Breakout 18: FASB Update (Credits: 2.0 AA)
3:15pm-4:45pm


 


Concurrent Breakouts (ONLY choose if selected B17)

Breakout 19: Ask the EBP Experts Panel (Credits: 1.0 TB)
4:05pm-4:55pm

Robert A. Lavenberg, CPA, JD, LLM
President / ERISAworks, LLC
North Wales, PA
AND
Marilee P. Lau, CPA
Retired Partner, KPMG LLP / KPMG LLP
San Francisco, CA
AND
Marcus Aron, CPA, CGMA
Senior Auditor / US Department of Labor, EBSA
Washington, DC
AND
Gwen Bryant, CPA
Assurance Partner, ERISA Leader / Hogan Taylor LLP
Fayetteville, AR
AND
Jean M. Malis, CGMA,CPA
Partner / Hancock Askew & Co LLP
Norcross, GA

Here's your opportunity to ask questions of the experts!


Thursday, June 13, 2019
Registration and Continental Breakfast
6:30am-8:00am
Thursday Early Riser Session

Early Riser MEGA Buy: (Credits: 1.0 AA)
7:00am-7:50am


 


Introductions and Opening Remarks
7:50am-8:00am
General Session

Keynote Address: The Wasted Workday - Work Smarter (Credits: 1.0 TB)
8:00am-8:50am

Chuck Bauer
Business Development & Sales Coach / Chuck Bauer Sales & Business Consulting
Addison, TX

There’s no argument that technology makes life easier. Internet shopping has redefined convenience. Smart phones and wearable tech have made constant connection the new baseline. Digital natives are entering the workforce. Push notifications are the new status symbol. We are available 24/7.

But just because we can be connected and available 24/7, should we be?

Research suggests that in an eight-hour day, the average worker is only productive for around three hours a day. How can we make the time we spend working more effective so we can get more tasks accomplished, achieve our goals and get more of what we do want — time away from work! 

Honed from thousands of live sessions, Sales and Business Coach Chuck Bauer will share his tips on managing digital distractions to regain efficiency, refocus the workday and reclaim results. 


Vendor Networking Break
8:50am-9:10am
Concurrent Breakouts (choose one)

Breakout 21: Creative Planning with Section 199A (Credits: 1.0 TB)
9:10am-10:50am

Alan S. Gassman, J.D., LL.M.
Attorney / Gassman, Crotty & Denicolo, P.A.
Clearwater, FL

This presentation will cover the primary rules and primary planning opportunities and traps for the unwary with respect to section 199A, explaining how it applies to professionals, real estate businesses, and other situations.


Breakout 22: Multi State Tax Update - Part 1 (Credits: 1.0 TB)
9:10am-10:00am


This 2-part presentation will get the audience up to date on recent state and local tax cases and statutory changes that will affect their client's business. The discussion will cover such topics as when a state can impose its taxing Jurisdiction on an out-of-state business and what taxpayers can do to protect themselves. We will also cover the latest in apportionment issues, paying particular attention to sourcing of sale other than tangible personal property, including cost of performance, market-based sourcing and alternative apportionment. We will examine the latest in retroactive law changes and how best businesses can avoid historical liability. The discussion will include the latest in qui tam and class actions that are becoming popular by non-tax enforcers. We will also examine the latest in transaction taxes both from a nexus and situsing perspective. The presentation will look at ways to comply with state law and hopefully avoid double taxation. Finally, the latest in audit developments and how best to prepare our clients for the more aggressive state audits. 


Breakout 23: Leases - Lessons Learned (Credits: 1.0 AA)
9:10am-10:00am


 


Vendor Networking Break
10:00am-10:20am
Concurrent Breakouts (choose one)

Breakout 24: The Deadline Dance (Credits: 1.0 TB)
10:20am-11:10am

Chuck Bauer
Business Development & Sales Coach / Chuck Bauer Sales & Business Consulting
Addison, TX

How do you react when you hear the word deadline? Is it in panic that you missed one or relief that you have a set time to plan toward?

Whatever your reaction, deadlines are a useful tool in securing action. During this interactive session, Chuck Bauer will teach you to use deadlines more effectively with your office staff and your clients.


Breakout 25: New Tech, New Threats: Understanding the Security of Blockchain (Credits: 1.0 TB)
10:20am-11:10am

Gene E. Geiger, CPA
Partner / A-lign
Tampa, FL

How will blockchain redefine the information security landscape? By combining visibility with enhanced security, blockchain has the potential to give everyone a faster, safer way to verify key information and establish trust. As a secure, decentralized system, blockchain may improve information security. But as blockchain expands beyond Bitcoin and the market grows to $6 billion by 2020, how will blockchain impact information technology controls? To secure critical assets, information security professionals must rethink how new technologies will influence the audit process for a technology that continues to grow in adoption.


Breakout 26: Multi State Tax Update - Part 2 (Credits: 1.0 TB)
10:20am-11:10am


This 2-part presentation will get the audience up to date on recent state and local tax cases and statutory changes that will affect their client's business. The discussion will cover such topics as when a state can impose its taxing Jurisdiction on an out-of-state business and what taxpayers can do to protect themselves. We will also cover the latest in apportionment issues, paying particular attention to sourcing of sale other than tangible personal property, including cost of performance, market-based sourcing and alternative apportionment. We will examine the latest in retroactive law changes and how best businesses can avoid historical liability. The discussion will include the latest in qui tam and class actions that are becoming popular by non-tax enforcers. We will also examine the latest in transaction taxes both from a nexus and situsing perspective. The presentation will look at ways to comply with state law and hopefully avoid double taxation. Finally, the latest in audit developments and how best to prepare our clients for the more aggressive state audits.


Lunch
11:10am-12:20pm

I will be attending Thursday's Lunch
11:10am-12:20pm



No, I will not be attending Thursday's Lunch
11:10am-12:20pm



Concurrent Breakouts (choose one)

Breakout 27: Auditing Updates - Assurance/Attestation (Credits: 1.0 AA)
12:20pm-1:10pm

Aaron R. Crall
CliftonLarsonAllen
Tampa, FL

Released in June 2018, ASU 2018-08 clarifies accounting for grants and contracts for nonprofit organizations. This session will walk through the new standard and provide practical examples for applying it to transactions commonly faced in practice.


Breakout 28: (Credits: 1.0 TB)
12:20pm-1:20pm


 


Breakout 29: (Credits: 1.0 TB)
12:20pm-1:10pm


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Concurrent Breakouts (choose one)

Breakout 30: Updates in Acquisition and Fair Value Accounting (Credits: 1.0 AA)
1:15pm-2:05pm

C. Brett Cooper, ABV,ASA,CPA
Director Valuation & Advisory / Rivero, Gordimer & Co, PA
Tampa, FL

Fair Value accounting is constantly being scrutinized for its efficient, effective, and cost beneficial application to recording assets and liabilities. It permeates throughout the balance sheet in its presentation. This session will provide an update of the Accounting Standards for elements of fair value accounting in all areas, with an emphasis on those applicable to business acquisitions.


Breakout 31: Florida Tax Hot Topics (Credits: 1.0 TB)
1:15pm-2:05pm

Glenn A. Bedonie, CPA, CFST
Owner / Glenn A. Bedonie, CPA, P.A.
Tallahassee, FL
AND
Rex D. Ware, Esq
Senior Attorney / Moffa, Sutton & Donnini, PA
Tallahassee, FL

 


Breakout 32: (Credits: 1.0 TB)
1:15pm-2:05pm


 


Vendor Networking Break
2:05pm-2:20pm
Concurrent Breakouts (choose one)

Breakout 33: (Credits: 1.0 TB)
2:20pm-3:10pm



Breakout 34: (Credits: 1.0 AA)
2:20pm-3:10pm


 


Breakout 35: (Credits: 1.0 TB)
2:20pm-3:10pm


 


General Session

GASB Update (Credits: 2.0 AA)
3:15pm-4:55pm

Dean M. Mead
Research Manager / Governmental Accounting Standards Board
Norwalk, CT

 


Vendor Market Place Reception

Yes, I will be attending the Vendor Networking Reception (included in your registration)
4:55pm-6:30pm



Bring a Guest to the Vendor Market Place Reception - $50 Per Person
4:55pm-6:30pm



No, I will not be attending the Vendor Networking Reception
4:55pm-6:30pm



FICPA's Chair Celebration

Yes, I will attend the FICPA's Chair Celebration - $50 Per Person
6:30pm-9:00pm


Details to come...


Yes, I will attend the FICPA's Chair Celebration (Child ages 3-9) - $25 Per Child
6:30pm-9:00pm



No, I will not be attending the FICPA's Chair Celebration
6:30pm-9:00pm



Friday, June 14, 2019
Registration and Continental Breakfast
6:30am-8:00am
Friday Early Riser Session

Early Riser MEGA Buy: (Credits: 1.0 AA)
7:00am-7:50am


 


Opening Remarks and Women to Watch Awards
Keynote Presentation

Keynote Address: Diversity and Inclusion (Credits: 1.0 BE)
8:10am-9:00am

Christina Brodzik

 


Vendor Networking Break
9:00am-9:20am
Concurrent Breakouts (choose one)

Breakout 37: Florida Tax Legislative Update (Credits: 1.0 TB)
9:20am-10:10am

H French Brown IV, Esq.
Dean Mead & Dunbar
Tallahassee, FL
AND
Justin A. Thames, DPL
Director of Governmental Affairs / Florida Institute of CPAs
Tallahassee, FL

Exploring and discussing the tax changes occurring during the 2019 Florida legislative session including remote sellers, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and other significant bills.


Breakout 38: The Evolution of Business Intelligence and Analytics Governance (Credits: 1.0 TB)
9:20am-10:10am

Brian McGoff
Global Business Unit Executive, IBM Data Science and AI / International Business Machines
Philadelphia, PA

Organizations around the globe are evolving their business intelligence and advanced analytics platforms in today’s metrics driven business culture.  Over the past two years I interviewed over 1000 clients around the world and worked directly on advanced use cases leveraging Data Science, AI and Business Intelligence tools, methods and practices.  These client interactions along with several secondary sources set the stage for an in depth discussion about what you can expect as you modernize your analytics use. I will also highlight how the roles of security, governance and user adoption continues to change and how we can adapt.


Breakout 39: Refeathering the Pillow - Case Studies in Catching, Containing, and Cleaning up Cyber Fraud (Credits: 1.0 AA)
9:20am-10:10am

John Clabby, Esq.
Shareholder / Carlton Fields Jorden Burt, P.A.
Tampa, FL

A former federal prosecutor now in private practice will share entertaining - and mostly true! - stories of computer-based fraud and the professionals (including accountants) who helped thwart the bad guys, mitigate the damage, and get the businesses back on track.


Vendor Networking Break
10:10am-10:30am
Concurrent Breakouts (choose one)

Breakout 40: (Credits: 1.0 TB)
10:30pm-11:20am


 


Breakout 41: (Credits: 1.0 TB)
10:30am-11:20am


 


Breakout 42: Current Trends in Financial Crimes (with a focus in Business E-mail Compromise) (Credits: 1.0 TB)
10:30am-11:20am

Keith Givens, CPA
Supervisory Special Agent / FBI
Maitland, FL

This presentation will discuss current fraud trends/investigations, including an in depth review of Business E-mail Compromise (BEC) fraud, which is a new cyber-related fraud that is increasingly becoming a more common and significant threat. The presentation will also discuss ways to prevent BEC and what to do if you or your clients are a victim of the fraud.


Lunch
11:20am-12:50pm

I will be attending Friday's Lunch
11:20am-12:50pm



No, I will not be attending Friday's Lunch
11:20am-12:50pm



General Session

The #Future Ready Accountant: Moving From Compliance (Credits: 1.0 TB)
12:50pm-1:40pm

Bill Sheridan, CAE
AICPA CPE Division
Jersey City, NJ

 


General Session

Where Things go Wrong. Common Failures in Peer Review and Inspection (Credits: 1.0 AA)
1:40pm-2:30pm

Steven Morrison, CPA,MAcc
Partner / CohnReznick Group
New York, NY
Learn some of the real-world matters encountered in peer review and inspection and the issues that are affecting audit quality and some ways to avoid problems.


Break
2:30pm-2:40pm
Concurrent Breakouts (select one)

Breakout 43: (Credits: 1.0 AA)
2:40pm-3:30pm


 


Breakout 44: Planning for the Non-Estate Taxable Estate- Tricks, Traps and Opportunities Abound (Credits: 1.0 TB)
2:40pm-3:30pm


This presentation will cover the importance of proper retirement account and income tax planning in the estate planning context, which has become increasingly more important in light of the advent of the $11,000,000+ estate tax exclusion amount.


Breakout 45: Construction Industry Safety Auditing (Credits: 1.0 AA)
2:40pm-3:30pm

C-Lamt Ho
Assistant Professor of Accounting / Saint Leo University
Tampa, FL

 


Concurrent Breakouts (select one)

Breakout 46: Wayfair - Year 2 Technical Panel (Credits: 1.0 TB)
3:35pm-4:25pm


 


Breakout 47: (Credits: 1.0 TB)
3:35pm-4:25pm


 


Breakout 48: Revenue Recognition - The Second Act (Credits: 1.0 AA)
3:35pm-4:25pm

Anne Marie Hicks, CGMA,CPA
Controller / CAE USA, Inc
Tampa, FL

This session will explore impacts following implementation of the Revenue Standard ASC 606, including controls over the revenue process, disclosures and competitive data, things to consider in contract negotiations and recent clarifications to the standard


Concurrent Breakouts (select one)

Breakout 49: Accounting For Unclaimed Property (Credits: 1.0 AA)
4:30pm-5:20pm

Jeanette Moffa
Moffa, Sutton & Donnini, P.A.
Ft Lauderdale, FL


Breakout 50: (Credits: 1.0 TB)
4:30pm-5:20pm


 


Breakout 51: Non-Profit Updates (Credits: 1.0 AA)
4:30pm-5:20pm

Amy J. Mierzejewski, CPA, CISA
Assurance Services Senior Manager / Gregory, Sharer & Stuart, PA
St Petersburg, FL

 


Saturday, June 15, 2019
Registration and Continental Breakfast
7:00am-8:15am
Saturday Early Riser Session

Early Riser MEGA Buy: Planning for Medical Care During the Golden Years: Medicare, Long-term Care & Health Savings Accounts (Credits: 1.0 TB)
7:15am-8:15am


Current and future retirees regularly say that health care is one of their biggest fears in retirement.   This presentation will discuss the key information that CPAs need to know to advise their clients in the areas of Medicare, Long Term Care and Health Savings Accounts.


Concurrent Breakouts (select one)

Breakout 53: Ethics - Protecting the Integrity of Florida CPAs (4980) (Credits: 4.0 ET)
8:15am-12:00pm


As professionals, CPAs often face complex and challenging ethical situations.  This course provides a framework to assist CPAs address their ethical and regulatory obligations and comply with professional requirements.  Through interactive discussion we will explore recent trends in business and professional ethics along with the application of specific rules and requirements applicable to CPAS.  Our focus will be on the obligations imposed on CPAs by the Florida Statutes, the Rules of the Florida Board of Accountancy, and the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct.

The course fulfills the biennial ethics requirement for Florida CPAs and is designed for professionals in public practice and those working in industry or government.


Breakout 54: Basic Excel Pivot Tables for Superior Data Analytics (Credits: 2.0 TB)
8:15am-9:50am

Joseph J. Weil
Joe Weil, CPA
Tallahassee, FL

This basic, practical, easy-to-follow, training teaches you two career-critical items: (1) how to effectively use Excel Pivot Tables, Charts and Filters/Slicers and (2) many of the fundamentals you need to construct Excel KPI Dashboards - a career changing skill.


Break
9:50am-10:00am
Concurrent Breakouts (ONLY choose if selected B54)

Breakout 55: Auditing Standards Update - Preparing For The Changes Ahead (Credits: 2.0 AA)
10:00am-11:40am

Steven Morrison, CPA,MAcc
Partner / CohnReznick Group
New York, NY
There are significant changes coming to auditing standards for both public and non-public company audits. From a new auditor's report and a new auditing standard for audits of employee benefit plans for US GAAS and new requirements for auditing estimates and use of the work of specialists for PCAOB, auditors will have to prepare for these changes. This session will give a thorough overview of the changes and the background of the changes to help drive an understanding to help those in practice implement the changes and those in industry understand what is ahead.


Optional Activities
Optional Activities You Would Like to Attend (Add Guest/Children registrations on the next page) Additional Charge

Vendor Market Place Reception - $50 Per Person
4:55pm-6:30pm


 


FICPA's Chair Celebration - $50 Per Person
6:30pm-9:00pm


 


FICPA's Chair Celebration (Child ages 3-9) - $25 Per Child
6:30pm-9:00pm


 


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