Party ideas that keep kids active

A medieval battle game and an inflatable obstacle course are two new party options at the Ministry of Cricket and other Homeless Sports

The Ministry of Cricket and Other Homeless Sports warehouse is offering two new party activities this spring.

The first one is a 45’ inflatable obstacle course with a climbing ramp, slides and tunnels, and comes with access to a large turf soccer field and sports equipment for soccer, ball hockey or dodge ball. Parties are typically two hours long, with an hour for the obstacle course and an hour of field time. There will be an animator watching over the kids so parents can either hang out in the party space or can join in the fun on the fields. Geared to kids between 4 and 10, a two-hour party starts at $375.

The second one is called Battle Medieval; kids play a variety of tag-based games to music while dressed up as knights, complete with helmets, capes, and foam swords and shields. Kids will have to find stolen treasure, rescue prisoners, and compete to be the last one standing. This activity lasts an hour and comes with an hour of mealtime in the party room. Geared to kids 6 to 10, a two-hour party starts from $350.  The price for these parties is the same whether there are  8 or 24 kids: however, there will be extra fees if additional animators are needed or longer party time requested. There will be discounts offered on this activity during the summer months.

The Ministry of Cricket offers a multitude of other activities for birthday parties, camps, school trips and more. Some activities include Quidditch, bubble soccer and Nerf battles.

For more information, visit ministryofcricket.ca.