Birthday Parties

Host your child's next birthday with Stay 'n Play!

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Birthday parties at Stay ‘n Play are fantastic, easy and affordable!  We offer 2-hour parties Sundays -Thursdays.  We apologize but we cannot host parties on Friday afternoons or Saturdays.  All Stay ‘n Play parties offer EXCEPTIONAL VALUE and include:

  • EXCLUSIVE USE and access to both our gross and fine motor skills rooms, and even our playground if the weather is suitable.
  • An ON-SITE STAFF member to assist you with your needs during the entire duration of your party.
  • The option to BRING IN YOUR OWN FOOD (As long as it does not contain meat to respect the dietary laws at Beth El.)
  • Refrigerator is available, as well as a kitchen if needed!
  • PLENTY OF SEATING for adults and children with the ability to handle large or small parties easily!
  • Stay ‘n Play has a great, HUGE PARKING LOT with ample spaces right near the entrance including drive through for drop-off purposes.
  • Handicap accessible facility with elevator for your needs.
  • Centrally located off Cochran Road in Scott Township/Mt. Lebanon.

We look forward to hosting your little one’s birthday and making a special day to remember!

Beth El Members
$125 for up to 15 children.  $5/child for every child thereafter.

Non-Beth El Members
$150 for up to 15 children. $5/child for every child thereafter.

For more information email email hidden; JavaScript is required or call her at (914)-882-6597 or call the Beth El Office at 412-561-1168 to leave a message.

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