Meetups (new!)

We've heard over and over that people are looking to meet people after the long year we've had. So we put out a survey and are experimenting with some informal meetups (still masked and with plenty of space, of course)! 

Each meetup has a "theme" and is a series that meets for three weeks in a row at the same time, with up to 8 other families. You sign up for all three weeks so that adults and children have a chance to get to know the same group.


Each week is an 80 minute-long session of climbing, exploration, learning, and play. The cost for each week is the same as our open play sessions: $10 for one child, $8 for additional children, and free for adults and babies under 1 (with a paying sibling).

This is an ongoing experiment, so please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any feedback, requests, or suggestions.

Join an upcoming meetup now!

These themes are based on survey responses and are not meant to be exclusive or represent all people. 

If you have another meetup idea, please let us know!

Babies and Toddlers!

Thursdays at 10:30AM

Starting May 20th

Homeschool (ages 4-6ish)

(siblings welcome)

Fridays at 9:00AM

Starting May 21st


And Allies!

Fridays at 5PM

Starting May 21st

If you have another group you'd like us to host, just reach out and we're happy to set it up!

Just like our open play sessions:

  • Masks covering nose and mouth required for all adults and kids 5 and older, and strongly encouraged for younger kids

  • Currently limited to 7 families at a time (over 1,500 square feet per family!)

  • Equipment cleaned throughout the day

  • HEPA air purifiers operating

  • Everyone must wash or sanitize hands before entering

  • Please DO NOT COME if you or anyone in your family is experiencing any symptoms of COVID, or has possibly been exposed. Full refunds will be happily given.

  • Shoes are not allowed in the play space for children or adults, but socks are required. Please bring socks, or they are available for purchase.


Previous meetups:

  • Nannies

  • Stay-at-home moms

  • Stay-at-home parents

  • Working parents

  • "Older" parents

  • Families with neuro-divergent children