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Parents in Clark County have cause for celebration with venues where kids can bounce, jump, climb or bowl

By Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer
Published: September 16, 2023, 6:05am
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Mia Roman, left, Lucia Aberin and Kalea Maluneda-Telles, laugh before eating cupcakes at Lucia's 10th birthday party on Sunday at The Source Climbing Center. Gyms, bowling alleys and indoor playgrounds are among the many options in greater Vancouver for parents looking to host a birthday parties for their children.
Mia Roman, left, Lucia Aberin and Kalea Maluneda-Telles, laugh before eating cupcakes at Lucia's 10th birthday party on Sunday at The Source Climbing Center. Gyms, bowling alleys and indoor playgrounds are among the many options in greater Vancouver for parents looking to host a birthday parties for their children. (Photos by Elayna Yussen for The Columbian) Photo Gallery

As a mother of three children, ages 1 to 10, I have planned and attended many, many birthday parties. To hand out invitations at my older kids’ school, you have to invite the entire class. The prospect of bringing 20 to 30 children — and their parents — into your home makes you think twice.

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