Joseph Gibby
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At Win Kids, we believe that every moment is an opportunity for adventure and learning. That's why we're excited to bring back our monthly event: Story Time & Play Time at Win Kids!

Event Details:  Date: Thursday, September 14th (2nd Thursday of each month)

Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Location: Win Kids Gymnastics Gym Cost: FREE

What to Expect: Interactive Storytelling: Immerse yourself in the magic of storytelling as we share a captivating tale that will spark your child's imagination.

Movement and Dance: Get ready to move, groove, and dance as we incorporate physical activity into our story time. It's a great way for kids to stay active and engaged.

Silly Shenanigans: Laughter is the best medicine, and we're here to ensure a healthy dose of silliness and giggles throughout the event.

Take-Home Craft: Every child will receive a special take-home craft to extend the fun and creativity beyond Story Time.

Who Can Join: Story Time at Win Kids is open to children of all ages. Whether you have a toddler, preschooler, or school-aged child, everyone is welcome to come and enjoy the adventure.

Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to bond with your child while having a blast! Mark your calendar for Thursday, September 14th, and join us at Win Kids.

See you there!


For more information:

Call: 972.355.9988

Win Kids is a one-of-a-kind children's sports and activity center with programs for children in Parent & Child Gymnastics, Preschool Gymnastics, Competition Teams, Ninja Warriors, Tumbling and Trampoline, Piano Instruction, Birthday Parties, Parent's Nights Out, Camps and more! We have a world-class facility of 27,000 square feet on 5 acres.  It was built by a visionary Founder with a passion for creating magical experiences and extraordinary learning environments for children.  Win Kids has assembled a team of over 40 coaches and teachers enthusiastic about giving children the freedom, respect, and challenge to develop to their maximum unlimited potential and to help all children, regardless of athletic ability, to know what it feels like to be an athlete and reach goals they didn’t know they could reach.

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