Throw a Back to School Skating Bash!

Why wait for someone else to throw a back-to-school bash when you could host one yourself? At Fun Spot skating center, parties are stress-free and mess-free, leaving parents, kids, and other guests with nothing to do but have a great time! Our Highlighter Party was the place to be for end-of-summer public skating, but a private celebration is up to you. Kick off the school year in style with a roller-skating private party for all of your friends!

Back to School Skating

fun spot summer partiesIt’s been a summer of fun, from our monthly Skate and Dance parties to Belleville’s 4th of July Bicentennial celebration. We’re sad to see school starting again, but we’re excited to watch our favorite kids usher in another season of learning. Whether you’re going back to school with your best buds from elementary, starting a new grade at a new school, or branching out and expanding your friend group this year, there’s no better way to bring kids together than a roller-skating party! When classes finally start, you won’t be just another face in the crowd; you’ll be “that kid who threw an awesome Fun Spot skating party.”

Private Parties at Fun Spot

Fun Spot is available for private parties every day of the week. Simply call in advance and book the time slot that works best for your group. We love hosting school groups, church groups, and large family outings. A few things to remember about private parties at Fun Spot:

  • You must have 50 skaters to rent the entire rink
  • We have food packages available, or skaters can buy their own snacks at the concession stand
  • No outside food or drink is permitted without the approval of Fun Spot’s management team

If you don’t have enough skaters for a private party, ask about our special group rates on all regular skating sessions.

Now’s your chance to catch up with classmates, have a blast with friends, and make a fresh impression on kids you don’t know. Call Fun Spot for more information on how to host a Back to School skating party your school will never forget.

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