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Have a beach birthday in the winter

Have a beach birthday in the winter

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If your little person’s birthday is in the winter months, it kind of rules out your average beach party. Don’t despair, you can still have a sand castle competition in November. How big is this sandbox? Oh, about 700 metric tonnes of sand, that’s how big.

Inside sand fun of all kinds

At 6Pack Beach, the beach is indoors – there’s no sunscreen required. Party packages include sand toys, nets, and balls for kids to run around and go wild. You can also bring your own decorations to go full beach party, construction party with loads of toy diggers, volleyball tournament, or even pirate treasure hunt. If you like, you can even hire a counsellor from 6Pack to run the games for you.

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Bring your own food

6Pack can provide pizza and pop, or you can bring all your own food. This is a great option if you have food allergies in your group, or just a herd of picky eaters. The celebratory food part – cakes, cupcakes, or whatever you like – is up to you. You can either bring your own plates, cups, and cutlery, or hire them from 6Pack.

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One of the most flexible places to hold a party, you can really go a bit crazy in this giant sandbox.

what to do in vancouver kid-friendly vancouver 6pack indoor beachThis post is sponsored by 6Pack Beach. It sure rains a lot in Vancouver. Parents bring your little ones to a warm and dry Indoor Beach. While they run free and dig up the largest indoor sandbox in the city, minus the cold, rain, and UV, you can relax and chat with other parents.
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