Gymboree Play & Music of Solana Beach to host End of Summer Open House

Gymboree Play & Music of Solana Beach will host an End of Summer Open House on Sunday, Aug 28, from 3-6 p.m. The open house is for children 5 years of age and younger and will feature an opportunity to explore the equipment, experience parachute and bubble time, and try some fun art activities. Hullabaloo will also be doing a live performance at 4 p.m. and there will be raffles for prizes from merchants throughout Lomas Santa Fe Plaza. This event is free for currently enrolled members and only $5 per family for those not enrolled.

According to Caitlin Pannese, Carmel Valley resident and owner of this location, “We’re really trying to extend the value of the Gymboree program with more special events like our End of Summer Open House, Pajama Playgyms, and Pumpkin Patch Parties.” Caitlin knows how much the children love these special programs as she has a 19-month-old and a 3-year-old who attend Gymboree regularly. “We started this business for our kids two years ago and chose Gymboree because we really believe that it provides the best programming for young children.”

The Solana Beach location is now offering five different types of classes including Play & Learn, Music, Art, School Skills and Sports. For more information on Gymboree Play & Music programs, you can call the Solana Beach location at 858-764-0500, visit, or find them at

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