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“Not so Scary” Scary Jump
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Date/Time
Date(s) - October 18, 2013
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location
Pump It Up, Urbandale,

$12/per child

When the lights go down, the inflatable spirits will rise during our SCARY (but not too scary) JUMP NIGHTS at Pump It Up! Bring your child to enjoy 2 hours of bouncing fun in our fully decorated arenas featuring our fun-filled interactive inflatables & other frightful surprises & treats. Each child will receive a glow necklace & treat bag. Capacity is limited…pre-purchase is recommended! First come…first scared. Purchase online & save – tickets are $15 at door.  Fabric costumes are welcome, but must be conducive to jumping. NO make-up, swords, jewelry, hardware or motion limiting accessories. All participants are required to have signed waiver and socks.

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