ALBANY, N.Y. – The Albany Capital Center and B95.5 announces they will host the inaugural CDPHP Bounce Bonanza, two fun-filled, action-packed days of entertainment for the young and young at heart in the Capital Region. Kids of all ages will have a chance to bounce away in dozens of inflatable attractions on February 19 and 20 during school break from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
A variety of other games and activities will be offered including food and drink options. Bounce sessions for kids over the age of five are $15. Admission for kids five and under is $5, which includes admittance to the toddler zone only. Toddler Zone will feature a unique space for the little ones to be able to enjoy bouncing and other interactive inflatables without the interference of older kids. Entrance for adults, if not bouncing, is free. Doors open at 9:00 a.m. Sessions are one hour and 30 minutes long and are limited to 500 kids.
“Thanks to the support of our sponsors, we are delighted that we are able to provide a fun activity for area kids to participate in over winter break,” said Doug McClaine, general manager of the Albany Capital Center. “As a parent, I understand the challenge of keeping kids occupied over vacations and we are providing a variety of wonderful activities for kids of all ages to take part in. We hope to make it an annual event.”
“We’re thrilled to partner with B95.5 and the Albany Capital Center on the inaugural CDPHP Bounce Bonanza,” said Dr. John D. Bennett, president and CEO of CDPHP. “The event will undoubtedly offer kids a healthy and fun way to burn off energy during this cold winter season.”
“As the Capital Region’s premiere family radio station B95.5 is thrilled to have the opportunity to partner with the Albany Capital and our sponsors on launching this exciting family friendly event,” said A.J. Bodden, general manager, B95.5 and Albany Broadcasting. “As the only locally owned broadcast media company in the area we remain committed to supporting events that provide local families with fun and safe activities all rear round.”
Ring Around The Spectrum, an all-inclusive sensory gym in Latham, will be providing a miniature version of their Snoezelen room at the Bounce Bonanza. The Snoezelen room is a relaxing space that helps reduce agitation and anxiety, engage and delight the user, stimulate reactions and encourage communication. Designed for decompression, the room will feature mini bubble tubes, special lighting, tactile panels, Yogibo bags, and other fine motor skill activities.
The Albany County Sherriff will also be on site with their Operation Safe Child program, fingerprinting and creating ID cards.
About the Albany Capital Center:
Opened in March 2017, the Albany Capital Center, operated by leading venue manager SMG, is a modern, premier event and meeting destination in New York’s culturally rich Capital Region. Connected to the Times Union Center, Empire State Plaza and Renaissance Albany Hotel via enclosed walkways, the convention center hosts a diverse array of trade shows, consumer and social events, and meetings for up to 5,000 guests. It boasts 22,500 square-feet of ballroom/exhibit space, 6 meeting rooms with 9,200 square-feet of space, and 13,500 square-feet of pre-function space, state-of-the-art technology, and impeccable dining options. The ACC is conveniently located in downtown Albany and within walking distance to the New York State Capitol, business and warehouse districts, performing arts venues, museums, shops, restaurants and nightlife. For more information about the Albany Capital Center visit www.albanycapitalcenter.com, or contact the sales department at (518) 487-2009 or email@example.com.