Hello, friends and welcome to Pop In! Play space & Cafe – A place for kids to play and parents to connect.
What We’re About
The concept for Pop in ! was born from two things: My desire to have a safe and fun place for my son to play, explore, learn, and interact with other kids, as well as my desire to meet and create relationships with other parents of young children.
In our modern lives, there is so much “busy” that it can be hard to find the time or the space to slow down and enjoy the pleasure of being a parent, watching our kids play, learn, laugh, and grow. Even harder still can be finding time to connect with other parents who are in the same season of life. Pop in! hopes to provide an enriching play space for kids and a relaxing environment for parents to connect with other parents in their community.
Pop in! was designed with you and your child in mind. Designed specifically for children under 6, Pop in! offers fun and unique opportunities for both physical and imaginative play for kids, as well as a space for parents to foster community.
How We Play
Pop in! offers dynamic and interactive opportunities for physical and imaginary play. Our play features include:
Physical Play Meets Imagination
We offer a dynamic building experience with a unique set of materials that children love to use to create large and flexible play structures. This area of Pop in! Lets kids exercise their bodies and their minds at the same time for maximum playtime satisfaction.
For Our Littlest Players
Because we want everyone to have fun and be relaxed at Pop in! we offer a designated area with a fun crawl space where children under 18 months can play safe from the bigger kiddos activities.
Our imaginary play areas encourage kids to explore and make connections. We offer a large selection of creative manipulatives along with an imaginary play area. There are endless benefits to imaginary play as children role-play, interact, engineer, create and work through real-life experiences. Regular imaginary play helps children with decision-making, encourages positive behavior, and guides learning of important social skills.