OUR play AREA
Our play area is not only a lot of fun for our kiddos but it’s a place to explore creative play and grow. A flex space where kids can learn, play and be inspired. Join our coworking family today!
The community is at our core! With scheduled events, workshops and social gatherings we provide opportunities for our parents to connect with other professionals while also providing fun activities for our families.
Pricing & Details
PRICING & DETAILS
Jelly Bellies is currently open to Candy Factory Members.
Members can book a two-hour block each day the facility is open.
All that is needed to use the facility is a community membership that starts at $50/month for access to our community, the workspace, and events.
Click here to see membership details and schedule a tour. We’d love to show you around!
$10 for 2 hours
DAYS OF THE WEEK (more to be added as needed)
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday
10:00 AM – NOON
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Jellies Bellies is currently accepting kids ages 2-12
All staff members interacting with children have their criminal and child abuse clearances.
Provide a fun safe place for kids to enjoy while their parents get work done, socialize or take a break. Our goal is to educate and inspire our members and their families while providing a creative environment for growth.
This project is in part supported by WestWorks a 501c3 whose mission is to provide a fun, creative space that promotes collaboration, art education, and community engagement while supporting entrepreneurship, especially amongst women.
WestWorks will be offering ten scholarships a year to deserving women looking to start or grow their business. More details coming soon, so stay tuned
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