Hearthstone Halloween Is for Kids, Adults, and Tweens!
Most kids love Halloween, and rightly so: it involves dressing up, getting a ton of candy, and spooky stories that provide a thrill. For those parents who dread the hyperness and fanfare, rest assured that Halloween is more than just kids getting sugared up on candy–there are actually several benefits to children associated with the holiday. Children build social skills, learn to strategize, utilize their imaginations, and benefit from interacting with society and not just their peers. Since Halloween is on a Monday this year, Hearthstone has planned a Fang-tastic Kids Brunch to make sure kids get to reap the full benefits (and yes, treats) of Halloween this year!
A Tricked-Out Treat
The Fang-Tastic Kids Brunch is Saturday, October 29th from 10 AM-3 PM for five hours of fall fun! It’s only $19 per kid, and it includes a kids brunch menu item, a pumpkin decorating activity, face painting, a candy bar, AND a special discount at Kids Quest (see more about Kids Quest below). This is a Halloween marathon, not a race! With all this fun and excitement, no amount of sugar or scary stories in the world will keep the kiddos up late that night.
As luck (and strategic planning) would have it, the Fang-Tastic Kids Brunch takes place during Hearthstone’s Usual Amazing (Mostly Adult) Brunch. That means you can treat yourself to bottomless mimosas or Aperol spritzes or Rose All Day while your kids trick themselves out with face painting. If you want a little sugar too, check out the Red Velvet Oreo Waffles with whipped cookies & cream cheese, shaved dark chocolate, fresh strawberries, and maple syrup. Or if you want to save some room for when you swipe your favorite candy from your kid’s stash later, go for the Cinnabun Sticky Bun decked with toasted pecans, cream cheese frosting, and mixed berries.
Hearthstone Halloween: Kid’s Quest Bequest
Kid’s Quest is a children’s play venue like no other for children six weeks to 12 years. Imagine a children’s museum-playground-arcade on steroids where you’d actually be a little bit jealous to drop off your kids. They have 17 unique venue features such as a climbing wall, a karaoke star stage, an iPad station, a creation lab, and more. There’s even a private, quiet Tiny Tot room for infants and toddlers that have developmentally appropriate toys and activities as well as a staff that is trained to attend to the individual needs of each little one. Both you and your littles will be psyched to have an excuse to check out Kid’s Quest with the special discount from the Fang-Tastic Kids Brunch if you haven’t been there already!