Birthday Parties

Celebrate your child's birthday at Mid Iowa Gymnastics!

Birthday Parties

Fridays

5:30 to 7 p.m.

 

or

 

Saturdays

2:00pm – 3:30pm

4:00pm to 5:30 pm

Mid Iowa Gymnastics is the perfect place to host your child’s next birthday party! We lead the party off with an hour of open gym and age-appropriate activities including trampolines, climbing rope, balance beams, multiple bar stations, vaulting, obstacle courses and fun games. The final 30 minutes is parent-led in the party area where the kids can enjoy treats, open presents, and any other games or activities you would like to provide.

 

When you book a birthday party with us here at Mid Iowa Gymnastics, your child’s group will have exclusive use of the entire 11,000+ square foot facility including an iPod compatible sound system. We want to make this as stress-free as possible for you! The only things you would need to supply are any additional decorations or anything else you’d like to bring.

 

Your health and safety are our priority!

  • Parents must check their child’s temperature prior to the party. Children with a temperature of 100 or above may not attend.
  • Equipment will be sanitized prior to use. Participants will sanitize their hands between each station.
  • Coaches will take their temperature prior to the party. They will not be present if they have been in contact with anyone with any contagious disease.

To book your party, please send us an e-mail through our Contact page or click on one of the “Book It!” buttons below. $175 is required at the time of booking.

***Participants do not need any gymnastics background or skills to attend birthday parties. Attire such as leotards or gym shorts & a t-shirt is required and no socks or shoes are allowed in the gym. Each child participating in activities at the birthday party will need to fill out a waiver if they do not already have one on file or attend classes with us. (Waivers can be found HERE.) For safety reasons, adults are not allowed to participate in gymnastics activities.

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