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August 10, 2011 (Otay)-- Kid Ventures, a family-owned business in EastLake, is gearing up to celebrate its first year of success on August 12 from 5 to 8p.m. The celebration theme is Jungle Safari, in the spirit of unveiling a new outdoor jungle-themed play area.


The night will provide adventures indoors and out for the whole family, featuring creative and physical activities plus dancing, music and a Zumba performances. Food, drinks and desserts will be served, and the celebration will conclude with a KV birthday piñata.


Kid Ventures has become a popular spot with local families to take kids to unleash their creative energy. The facility hosts red carpet events and celebrations, thematic summer camps, and provides a place for parents to unwind in the KV Café.


“We are very excited to celebrate our first year in business at the EastLake location,” comments Kid Ventures Owner, Darren Solomon. “We’ve connected with so many amazing families and are grateful for their continued support and enthusiasm of our concept.”


Admission to the event is free, however an RSVP is required. Interested attendees can email their RSVP’s Kid Ventures is located in the EastLake Design District at 851 Showroom Place, Chula Vista, CA.

Kid Ventures is a boutique-style indoor wonderland for children offering creative, imaginative and physical play, classes, camps and celebrations. Kid Ventures has received three Top 2011 Awards from San Diego Family magazine readership for Best Indoor Playground, Best Place for Kids with Special Needs and Best Kids Party Place. In 2010, Kid Ventures won parents’ picks for the Best Coffee Place by the San Diego’s Nickelodeon Parents Connect. In addition to Eastlake, Kid Ventures also has a facility in Pacific Beach. For more information, visit

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