Parents' Night Out!

Plan a night out with friends and leave the kids with us! We schedule Parents' Night Out by request only and would love to accommodate your group!

Bring your kids to Seattle ReCreative for art making, creative play, and more! Yes, it's that simple. Students will have access to our play space and our endless supply of art supplies and materials. 

All our staff are ReCreative teaching artists and have passed WA State background checks. 

All children must be at least four years of age and potty-trained.

Cost: $225 for for up to 8 kids, which includes 3 hours with two instructors, art activities, use of our playspace, and a paper bag full of materials for each child to take home. 

Capacity: We can accommodate up to 8 kids total. 

Food: We don't provide food, but you can send a packed meal with your child or order pizza to be delivered.

Lessons: We have a several options for activities suited for a variety of ages. All of our lessons include use of our recycled materials. Popular activities include making marble runs, jewelry and crown making, bookmaking, puppet making, DIY home for a favorite toy or stuffed animal, and "Make & Take" friends (i.e. robot, fairy, animal, etc.) In addition, there will be time for open-ended art making.

Scheduling: Friday or Saturday evenings from 5:00 to 8:00pm; other days/times may be available on request

Deposit: We ask for a $50 deposit to hold your reservation which is fully refundable up until 48 hours before your event. Full payment must be received at least 48 hours before the event.

Adult maker events available, as well! Contact us for details.

Submit your Parents' Night Out inquiry below! 

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