What You'll Get
Today's deal turns a birthday party into a birthday extravaganza. For $30, you get $60 worth of art classes, creative camps, and crazy birthday parties for kids aged 2 to 12 years from Abrakadoodle, the resident experts at making learning fun by double-stuffing it with more fun and deep-frying it (in fun).
With a focus on entertainment, Abrakadoodle can transform any party (starting at $199) into a chance to expand minds and glitter-slicks with 1,800 choices of creative games and lessons. Themed experiences include Action Painting, Race to Outer Space, Flower Power, and A Journey to the Stars. The expansive schedule features classes (one hour, $16) in painting and drawing, as well as imagination-fueled camps (two hours, $24) in superhero, pirate, and princess make-believe.
Birthday parties can take place in your home or, like camps and lessons, at various schools and community centers close to where you live (specifically, in Blaine, Champlin, Deephaven, Delano, Eden Prairie, Edina, Long Lake, Maple Grove, Minneapolis, Minnetrista, Plymouth, Roseville, Shoreview, and St. Louis Park).
Not valid for previously booked events. Reservations required.
Parents on Nickelodeon Parents Connect give Abrakadoodle five out of five stars.
- We LOVE Abrakadoodle!!! We have been taking classes for over a year now, and refer people all of the time. The projects are interesting, attainable and well guided. – Jennifer
- Each child left with their own masterpiece on canvas. I am still getting all kinds of great comments from the kids who attended and their parents. I, personally, was completely impressed. – Tina
- I like that it's not only fun, but educational. It's amazing how much she remembers about Matisse or Van Gogh and she's only 4 (I've even learned a lot!) – Lori
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. Valid at listed locations only. Not valid toward previously booked classes, camps or parties. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Registration required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.