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Market Street Summer Peanut Butter Jamm comes to The Woodlands 2008

Peanut Butter & Jamm Comes to Market Street - The Woodlands Morning Series for Kids and Parents Kicks off July 5, 2008

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The Woodlands presents Peanut Butter & Jamm, a month-long series of fun music and activities designed to encourage children ages 3-10 to become active and enthusiastic listeners through music, dance and games.
Peanut Butter & Jamm will take place in Market Street's Central Park every Saturday in July from 10 am - 11:30 am beginning Saturday, July 5. During the performances, children also will enjoy kids cooking classes, arts and crafts, magic shows and more.
Since supplies required for these activities are limited, parents must register their children at the Market Street concierge desk or at its website, www.marketstreet-thewoodlands.com, in order to participate. Parents also can register the day of the event, however since space is limited, early registration is recommended. Peanut Butter & Jamm is free and open to the public; children must be accompanied by an adult (parent or guardian) at all times during the activities.



 "No matter how you slice it, or what age you are, PB&J is one of America's favorite sandwiches."

PB&J Any Day?
Fifty-nine percent of youth eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich at least once a month and 29 percent enjoy them at least once a week. Similarly, 53 percent of adults partake of a PB&J sandwich at least once a month while 26 percent enjoy them at least once a week.

The Grape Debate
Among children ages 8-17 who have eaten a PB&J sandwich, grape jelly edged out strawberry, 49 percent to 38 percent, to take its rightful place as the "J" in PB&J. Adult PB&J eaters were nearly split, with grape receiving 40 percent of the vote, and strawberry 36 percent. While kids and adults alike may prefer classic grape and strawberry, when it comes to something a little different, raspberry (10% adults, 6% youth) and blackberry (8% adult, 3% youth) round out the list.

Hold the Crust!
It comes as no surprise that 33 percent of children who have eaten a PB&J sandwich say, "Hold the crust!" While the majority of kid PB&J eaters prefer their sandwiches whole (41%), a significant minority also like their sandwiches cut into smaller pieces, whether in triangles (34%) or in squares or rectangles (22%).

Adult PB&J eaters have largely grown out of eating their PB&J sandwiches cut into fours, with 54 percent eating their sandwiches whole and 19 percent eating them cut in half into two big triangles. The majority of adult PB&J eaters (86%) also say they prefer their PB&J with the crust.

Crunchy vs. Creamy, Marshmallows vs. Honey
Sixty-two percent of adult PB&J eaters prefer creamy peanut butter. Similarly, the majority of kid PB&J eaters (72%) prefer creamy, while more than a quarter (28%) prefer crunchy.


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The Woodlands



  • #1 Best Selling master-planned community in the state of Texas
  • 27 miles North of Houston
  • 16 miles from George Bush Intercontinental Airport
  • Close to I-45 and the Hardy Toll Road
  • Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavillion outdoor amphitheater 
  • 190 miles of hike and bike trails
  • Exemplary public schools and Acclaimed private schools
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Comment balloon 0 commentsPippa Mac • June 14 2008 02:07PM