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Date(s) - July 24, 2013
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Mark your calendar for this year’s Great Open Jump on Wednesday, July 24th from 6-8pm to benefit Autism Speaks. This year we’re hosting an Imagination Celebration with a Glow theme. Come join us for a night of fun, jumping, sliding and giving back. Kids are welcome to dress up in glow outfits and will enjoy karaoke, crafts, and pizza.

Admission is $10 per child and 100% of admission proceeds will be donated to Autism Speaks.  For more information about autism and how you can help, visit www.AutismSpeaks.org.

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