Free Play Program at Rainbow Play Systems for locals

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Today is back to one of those dreary, mid-winter days, however I’ve been amazed that we have actually had a number of beautiful sunny days out here in the NW this winter. {It’s been a very mild winter…especially compared to all of you who live in the Midwest or East Coast, being hit with all the crazy snow! }

Since we’ve had such nice weather off & on this winter, this is the perfect option for a new play area for your children, and it’s totally FREE! Rainbow Play Systems are offering up their indoor & outdoor showroom in 2 western Washington locations for FREE play for children.

I don’t know about you, but I am always looking for new places to take my kiddos, especially in the wintertime, where I can let them run & get all that energy out! However, it seems the only options are mall play areas (which can get packed!) or pricey indoor play areas.

So, I was very excited to hear about this new Free Play program from Rainbow Playsystems.  Basically it’s a chance for your children to play on all their AMAZING playsystems that they have on display!  They have a total of 5 indoor & 20 outdoor playsystems (between the two locations) for the kids to play on.

Here are all the details:

  • They have 2 locations – one in Kirkland & one in Algona/Auburn (off Hwy 167). The Algona location is larger with more playsystems but it is all outdoor, while the Kirkland location is both indoor & outdoor
  • Free play is from 10:30 – 12pm on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursdays
  • You must call to make an appointment for Free Play so their staff will know to expect people. They do stay open for retail customers during the Open Play time
  • There must be one adult for every 4 children; they will have a registration/waiver form for you to fill out
  • No food or drink & no birthday parties

You can find out all about this program by calling the individual Rainbow Play Systems location:

Rainbow Algona – 253-931-5129

Rainbow Kirkland – 425-821-8779

I can’t wait to check this out – we had actually planned to go with our playgroup a few weeks ago, but the weather turned cold & foggy on the day we were to go, so we’re waiting for some sunny skies again on our playgroup day to check out the outdoor Algona location.

Update: I had a few questions regarding whether there would be a ‘sales pitch’ involved if you attended the free play program. I did call to confirm this for sure with one of the managers, but there is definitely not a sales pitch involved.  This is just a free opportunity for you to take your kids to -and of course, at the same time, you & your kids are getting a chance to check out Rainbow’s playsystems, which is the benefit for them.


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