For immediate release: June 22, 2021
Douglas County Libraries is pleased to offer customized birthday parties for kids ages 2-7 at its library locations and beyond, making birthday celebrations a breeze for busy parents. The library’s parties incorporate the love of stories and play in three fun themes: Once Upon a Time, Fantasy and Folklore, and Things That Roar. And dress-up is always encouraged.
Parents have options when choosing to celebrate with DCL, from the traditional in-library party to birthday party kits to go that are perfect for summer celebrations. The in-library parties, offered at DCL’s Castle Pines, Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Parker, and Roxborough locations on Saturdays and Sundays, are two hours and cost $195 for up to 12 children (including the birthday child). DCL’s professional event planners handle all party planning, cleanup, and on-site coordination.
DCL’s to-go party kits are a handy option for parents who choose to celebrate at home or outdoors and may be picked up from any DCL location for $50. The kit offers an optional inflatable water slide rental (available through Labor Day) for an additional $70 fee, which includes delivery and on-site setup, and an optional decorate-it-yourself dessert from a local bakery for an additional $25 fee.
The in-library parties and to-go kits include the choice of three fun party themes and décor, a gift book for the birthday child, age-appropriate goody bags with snacks and toys, age-appropriate activities and crafts, thank-you notes for use after the party, and more.
Visit DCL.org/birthday-parties for more information on each option or to book a party, or call (303) 688-7605.
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