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  • Super Jump Party Zone Auburn
    Though it's not a stated goal of the staff at Super Jump Party Zone Auburn, after a party here, little ones are sure to be all tuckered out. The store-front space is stacked with inflatable play structures designed to help kids 12 and under burn off excess energy. Twin slides stretch 22 feet into the air, while an air-filled obstacle course challenges problem-solving skills as well as a child's sense of balance in a much more fun way than making them walk on tightropes to get to the cookies. In the private party room, guests perch on spacious picnic tables while the birthday child holds court on an inflatable throne. Meanwhile, parents can keep one eye on the action on the 15-foot screen, on which staff can project the big game.
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    1604 15th Street Southwest
    Auburn, WA US
  • Xtreme Bounce of Fun
    When the staff refers to Xtreme Bounce of Fun's indoor space as a "soft play" playground, they're not just talking about the safe, pillowy surfaces. Instead of the glaringly bright primary colors of most indoor playgrounds, the space is done in pastels and cream colors. These muted tones make for a more calming environment?but they don't take away from the fun. During open play time, kids can crawl through tunnels, descend a light-up slide, and take turns on the cushioned carousel. As they traverse the playground, squares of blue and yellow padding on the floor protect them from hard falls. Socks are required for play, and are available for purchase in case you forgot them or turned them all into hand puppets on the way there.
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    1101 Supermall Way
    Auburn, WA US
  • Washington Isshinryu Society
    Upon returning from the battlefields of Korea, George Shin sought a way to maintain fitness and discipline in his life. He then discovered Isshinryu, a style of karate he still practices and teaches to this day, despite nearing his 90th birthday. For more than 40 years, those classes have been part of Washington Isshinryu Society, where George captains a squad of black-belt instructors each with 10+ years of training. Together, they teach students the fundamentals of the discipline, from proper stances to masterfully executed kicks. They also lead rebounding exercises, wherein pupils hop on mini-trampolines to gain muscle tone.
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    39304 200th Avenue Southeast
    Auburn, WA US
  • Morris's Shadow Mountain Stables
    At the age of 9, Bonnie Morris began a lifelong relationship with horses. By age 10, she was the proud guardian of her own colt and at 22, she set the wheels in motion to open her own training center. Today at Morris's Shadow Mountain Stables, she and her staff continue to bond riders and steeds within a five-acre haven that's beyond the reaches of the outside world and its persistent chorus of honking bikes. They foster interspecies rapport through various types of instruction, including lessons and summer camps that teach showmanship and horse care. Trail rides mosey through nearby woods, meadows, and grasslands overlooking Mount Rainier. Birthday parties include horseback rides or visits to the petting farm. The petting farm facilitates up-close encounters with fuzzy ferrets, giant bunnies, mini horses, and baby goats as well as the stable's fleet of horses and resident cow, Henry, who also answers to, "Look! A cow!"
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    29502 112th Ave. SE
    Auburn, WA US
  • Auburn Skate Connection
    John Gustafson began skating at 5 years old, rolling along on squeaky wheels that would carry him toward a lifetime of high-speed competition. At 25, he became a professional skater, winning national championships in both speed skating and figure skating before settling down as the owner of Auburn Skate Connection. His love of skating hasn’t dimmed, though; even with his 69th birthday approaching, John continues to lace up his skates each day to gain an extra 2 inches of height and guide students in the sport he knows so well. Alongside instructors that he himself recruited, John teaches the art of effortless rolling during private lessons on the rink’s solid-wood skating surface. The team imbues students with the intricacies of quad and inline skating while also focusing on the fundamentals of racing. Their dedication has borne some notable fruit. Olympic gold-medalist Apolo Ohno took his first glides at Auburn, working with John for three years before moving on to his life of ice-based glory.
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    1825 Howard Road
    Auburn, WA US
  • Auburn Gymnastics
    Since its founding in 1997, Auburn Gymnastics has grown to an enrollment of more than 800 students who flip and spring on competitive teams, learn basic skills in just-for-fun classes, and tumble through obstacle courses during birthday parties. Auburn's alums include state, regional, and national champions, as well as two members of the Junior Olympic National team. But less competitive students are welcome as well, especially during the gym's open-play sessions, when preschool-aged kids and older can burn through excess energy and practice their skills on the gymnastics equipment.
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    1604 15th Street Southwest
    Auburn, WA US

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