Scientists agree that the only reason adults have children is so they have a socially acceptable reason to visit amusement parks, eat at novelty pizza arcades, and see movies with Shreks in them. Put some fun in the oven with today's kid-friendly Groupon to Celebrate Kids. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get an all-day (eight hours) bounce-house rental (up to a $115 value)
- For $49, you get one hour of clown entertainment, including face painting, magic, and balloon art (a $115 value)
Celebrate Kids fills miniature minds with wonder and excitement through its fun-stuffed family services. Unlike papier-mâché cans used to house aggressive jumping beans, bounce houses ricochet barreling children back onto cloud-soft cushioning while reducing sugar highs and inducing later naps. Fully licensed and insured, Celebrate Kids can provide grandiose air mattresses to any festivity-loving front lawn or interstellar hover deck. Alternately, entertain a brood of babes or troupe of toddlers with an amusing performance by a clown, which includes one hour of cherub-cheek painting, mesmerizing magic, and balloon art birthing. Celebrate Kids specializes in providing professional, non-scary clowns, who will happily perform in or out of wig and makeup depending on parental preference.
For more than 20 years, Celebrate Kids owner Missi Winter has used her charming event-planning skills to create magically themed occasions for any sized party including birthdays, family reunions, school carnivals, and newly minted baby fiestas. With a dedicated palette of partiers, Celebrate Kids keeps more than 100 parties a month safe, fun, and engaging.
- I have used this company a couple times now for thier [sic] entertainers and bouncers. Last year I had used them as my gift to my friend's Nephew's Party and it was the perfect thing. – Chris C., InsiderPages
- Celebrate Kids does a fantastic job! We have used them for our employee Holiday Party for the past few years. – Ark Las Vegas, Citysearch
As a mother, Missi Winter faced the typical dilemma of balancing her career with the lives of her two children. As a solution, she started Celebrate Kids as a small business dedicated to the happiness of little ones, and today—more than 25 years later—a staff of more than 20 entertainers host both intimate and large-scale events with a variety of characters and activities, including clowns, face painters, and balloon artists. For parents willing to handle their own diversions, the company also rents out bounce houses and carnival games complete with prizes.