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Birthday Party at Fun4Kidz

It was my niece Halle's birthday party this past weekend and we were
were invited to take part in the festivities - thanks. The kids really
enjoyed themselves and so did I as I climbed after K and C through the
numerous tunnels in the playcenter. The indoor playcentre is located
inside the Park Royal mall and it was booked for the private party,
closing it off to the public. There were two on-duty staff to help
with childcare, but one at the end after the mall closed at 6pm. Fresh
socks were purchased by Halle's mom, my cousin, for kids (and adults)
who didn't wear any so that was thoughtful of her.

There was cheese and pepperoni pizza in the separate party room and
juice boxes provided for all the kids. There must have been over 20
kids and they all fit in the long dinner table. Chocolate ice-cream
cake was served and we all sang "Happy Birthday Halle". Staff took
care of the event schedules, food/drink service, cake-cutting, and
cleanup. They even let Halle's dad use the microphone when pizza was
served.

If you want to book an event here, their contact information is listed below.

(Park Royal Mall South, West Vancouver; 604-925-0707;
http://www.kidsvancouver.com/destinations/indoor-play/fun4kidz)

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