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    Default First Birthday Party

    My little guy will be one in the new year and I am brainstorming party ideas.
    I looks like there will be 20 adults and 11 kids. (All young kids 5 and under)

    My house simply will not support that many ppl.
    Does anyone know of places to rent out? Or go (childrens museum?) That will cater to the young kids.

    Any tips?
    Thanks!!

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    How about Childreach? They seem to host parties, too.

    Parties | Childreach

    I really don't know how it is, but worth looking into?
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    You can rent a City of London Community Centre - they are all over the place.
    I know you can rent the gym at Lambeth Community Centre for about $40/hour.

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    I would second a community center.
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    Little Gym has amazing kids parties!

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    Thanks guys!!

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    What's the Little gym provide during the parties? What do the kids do there?

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    It probably depends on the child's age. My DD turned 3 and most kids were between 2 and 3. They did some structured activities in the gym with music and games, the air track (giant air filled trampoline), hide and seek, parachute, etc. Then there was free play time in the gym. They did a good job of engaging all the kids. The second hour was in the other room with food and cake. We didn't do gifts. Then they went back in the gym for a little bit more. All the kids were exhausted by the end.

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