60- or 90-Minute "Frozen"-Themed Party for Up to 15 Children from Creative Parties 4 Kidz (Up to 51% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Anna or Elsa arrive to impart hairstyles, crafts such as crowns, and other items based on Disney’s Frozen

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid for children 3-10 years of age. Valid within 15 miles of 10312. Additional fees may apply outside of service area. Valid weekends only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $185 for a 60-minute Frozen-themed party for up to 15 kids ($375 value)
  • $225 for a 90-minute Frozen-themed party for up to 15 kids ($450 value)
  • Each party includes an appearance by Anna or Elsa, hairstyling, crafts, and other items based on Disney’s Frozen

Four Things to Know About Helium

Outside of a stack of vinyl harpsichord recordings, nothing says a party like a bundle of helium balloons. Read on to learn more about what’s inside these festive floaters.

1. It’s the second most common element in existence, behind hydrogen. Although the universe will never see a shortage of helium, some fear that, based on the current rate of helium use, Earth’s supply may be exhausted in the future. For now, the US is the world’s largest supplier of helium gas.

2. Helium is lighter than air. While a liter of air weighs 1.25 grams, a liter of helium weighs just 0.18 grams. This is why a filling a balloon with helium makes it float and why Fred Astaire pumped helium into his shoes before every dance.

3. Heed the Hindenburg. Hydrogen is more buoyant than helium, but it’s also highly flammable, making it a risky choice to fill dirigibles. Nonetheless, engineers of the famous Hindenburg blimp filled it with hydrogen instead—a fact that some early studies blamed for the aircraft’s infamous fire. Such claims have since been disputed, however.

4. Inhaling helium can change the sound of your voice. Because helium is lighter than air, the speed of sound in helium is much faster than the speed of sound in air. When filled with helium, the vocal tract still remains the same size, so the frequency of the sound waves must increase, resulting in what sounds like a higher pitch. Note: inhaling helium is very dangerous and can lead to lung damage and even death; do not try it at home.

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