jBaby Bash at the Jewish Community Center in West Bloomfield

Have a child 4 and under? If you were searching for fun things to do with a toddler in metro Detroit this weekend, you’re in luck. The jBaby Bash at the Jewish Community Center in West Bloomfield from 4 until 6 p.m. March 29, 2015, is packed with activities just for little ones.

It’s bound to be one of the most fun places for toddlers in Michigan (at least in southeast Michigan!). Families will find bounce houses set up for the kids. Gather ’round for story time with PJ Library, and singalongs, too. Don’t miss the moment to be Zen, when the kids can try yoga.

And there’s a big surprise in store. Have a fan of the Disney movie Frozen? Then Sunday is a very special day indeed! Olaf the funny snowman will be visiting the kids at this event.

Also, there’s going to be an opportunity for attendees to learn about Jewish early childhood programs.

The jBaby Bash costs $8 per family – or $10 at the door. There will be salad and pizza, and dietary laws will be observed, organizers note. This event is geared toward kids birth to 4 years old.

To learn more about the 2015 jBaby Bash at the Jewish Community Center in West Bloomfield, be sure to check out the Metro Parent calendar listing.

Image courtesy Jewish Community Center 

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