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Homeschoolers day at Jay Peak Indoor Water Park

Calling all homeschoolers, former homeschoolers and friends from around the state (or out of state)! We have scheduled a Homeschoolers day at Jay Peak indoor water park. (this is 3 hrs from Keene)

The date is Thursday March 29th 2012. The park opens at 11am and closes at 8pm so you can come and stay for as long as you like. the prices they have set for us are $20 per child $25 per adult.

Come spend a relaxing fun spring day in a warm water park. There is something for every age and I mean EVERY age, from the youngest who have their own area set up just for them with slides and water toys just their size and added plus is the parents can play in that section with them, to the slides for the older ones and the red slide which I call the 8 seconds of terror slide ( I work there so I know first hand the slide) and even a wonderful hot tub and adventure river for those of us less brave. 

You can take the younger ones in the adventure river with you which is nice and if they meet the height requirements (I think it is 42 inches and above0 they can go on the tube slides with an adult.The Flow rider is a challenge if you have always wanted to learn to surf in a controlled way

No food is allowed to be brought in so that is a drawback but there is food available. You may need to take that into consideration when planning. There is an arcade there also for some extra fun.

I need to get an accurate count of those who will be there and what time you will be arriving so that I can play in the park also so E-mail me if your coming If you are bringing a group of 20 with you

Let me know. Spread the word to everyone that is not on this mailing so we can have the maximum people get to take advantage of this as possible. The park holds 1800 people so it is big enough to accommodate all those who want to go.

-Marlene Kran

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