Physicists estimate that even though most of the energy in the universe is stored in stars, an untapped reservoir still rages inside human children. Release your child’s unyielding cosmic energy with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$17 for general admission for two to a Baby Loves Disco dance party ($30 value)<p>
Choose from the following dates:
- September 15, 2013
- October 27, 2013
- November 24, 2013
- December 15, 2013<p>
All Baby Loves Disco events take place at U Street Music Hall from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Kids will In a twist on standard club rules, all adults must be accompanied by a child.<p>
Baby Loves Disco<p>
It starts with a fed-up parent. Not fed-up with her own kids, but a parent who might’ve had her fill of the stagnant cartoons, playgrounds, and extinction-resistant dinosaurs that make up entertainment for modern youths. Like Groucho Marx refusing to join a Mickey Mouse Club that would have him as a member, dedicated mother and professional dancer Heather Murphy discovered a way to merge both adult and toddler playtime by inventing Baby Loves Disco. Beginning in Philadelphia and now spreading across the country based solely on word-of-mouth and paternal-sonar, Baby Loves Disco transforms nightclub hot spots into afternoonclub hoedowns for progenitors and progeny.<p>
As DJs spin dance hits from the ’70s and beyond, parents and toddlers shake their tail-feathers on dance floors that are child-proofed for the footloose. Events also feature fun frills such as baskets of scarves and egg-shakers for pint-sized rhythm makers, bubble machines, crafts, temporary tattoos, face painting, balloon artists, diaper changing stations, healthy snacks and juice, and chill-out rooms with tents and books for when the wee-ones get boogied out. Between promenades with their offspring, parents can savor the chance to mingle with other parents, and perhaps indulge in adult juice boxes at the cash bar.