Things to do with kids in Tacoma/Puyallup on President’s Day. Extended Open Play

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Indoor Children’s activities President’s Day in Tacoma /Puyallup area

The sun has been out the last day or 2. It’s been great feeling it stream in through the window…

But it looks like this weekend that could all be over. So you’ve got kids with no school on Monday, some with no school Friday (Bethel), and rain forecasted for Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.

Hmmm, I know!  Take them somewhere they can run and play, burn off massive amounts of energy, they can have a great time and you can join in the fun! Throw beach balls at them as they whoosh down the 2-story slide, shoot hoops in the dragon castle, you decide…but I definitely know a place you can do it!

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Doesn’t that look fun!

That’s right, it’s Tacoma’s own BOUNCE E HOUSE!

Let’s celebrate grand old George’s birthday in a grand way – Open Jump Play!

To allow more celebration time with all our friends out there, Open Jump Play on Monday, February 17th, 2014 (“President’s Day”) Open Jump Play will be extended from it’s normal time of 1030-1230, and will continue until 2:30 pm.

I cannot tell a lie…

I heard a rumor that George might be there to sign autographs…not sure if it’s true, you know how rumors fly around, but I’m bringing a $1 bill for him to sign by his picture, just in case….

 

How to Deciper the markings on a $1 bill…

 

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Bring George down for open play!

 

Hope to see you here.

-Bounce E House

 

P.S. Thank you for reading all the way down to the bottom! As a token of gratitude, you get a prize! Bring a $1 bill in on Monday, president’s Day, into bounce E house and instead of spending it on a soda, water, or juice, you can keep it!

Because if you mention this the President’s Day special, we’ll give you 1 free soda, water, or juice with each paid admission.

P.P.S. WE need men like George today, who say it, AND live it!  George says:    
             I hold the maxim no less applicable to public than to private affairs, that honesty is the best policy.

GEORGE WASHINGTON, Farewell Address to the People of the United States

So, what do you think ?