Family Grounds Cafe

FROM THE Special Needs

Seasonal Description - Winter:

The cafe is a fun, urban setting with free Wi-Fi, deliciouspastries and coffee and plenty of comfy couches. But the biggestappeal for families is the indoor play space, where kids can roleplay onstage, in the kitchen or in the market. One corner of thespace is specifically designed for babies and toddlers and is agreat space for nursing moms. Staff members keep an eye on the kidsat play, clean and replenish materials and rotate toys. During peaktimes, families are asked to limit their visits to 90 minutes toavoid overcrowding.

Seasonal Description - Spring:

The cafe is a fun, urban setting with free Wi-Fi, deliciouspastries and coffee and plenty of comfy couches. But the biggestappeal for families is the indoor play space, where kids can roleplay onstage, in the kitchen or in the market. One corner of thespace is specifically designed for babies and toddlers and is agreat space for nursing moms. Staff members keep an eye on the kidsat play, clean and replenish materials and rotate toys. During peaktimes, families are asked to limit their visits to 90 minutes toavoid overcrowding.

Seasonal Description - Summer:

The cafe is a fun, urban setting with free Wi-Fi, deliciouspastries and coffee and plenty of comfy couches. But the biggestappeal for families is the indoor play space, where kids can roleplay onstage, in the kitchen or in an area that changes from amarket to a jungle to a spaceship. One corner of the space isspecifically designed for babies and toddlers and is a great spacefor nursing moms. Staff members keep an eye on the kids at play,clean and replenish materials and rotate toys. During peak times,families are asked to limit their visits to 90 minutes to avoidovercrowding.

Seasonal Description - Fall:

The cafe is a fun, urban setting with free Wi-Fi, deliciouspastries and coffee and plenty of comfy couches. But the biggestappeal for families is the indoor play space, where kids can roleplay onstage, in the kitchen or in the market. One corner of thespace is specifically designed for babies and toddlers and is agreat space for nursing moms. Staff members keep an eye on the kidsat play, clean and replenish materials and rotate toys. During peaktimes, families are asked to limit their visits to 90 minutes toavoid overcrowding.

Days/Hours: Cafe: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday; 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday. Play space hours vary.

Admission: $6 crawlers and up (and adults)