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I found out about Lilypad after visiting one of the huge monthly sidewalk sales hosted by their thrift store, City Kids Consignment. Lilypad has been a lifesaver for me as a parent, especially since I had my baby during the height of covid. We go to the play space at least once a week so he can get some social interaction with kids his age. It's also nice for me because I get to meet other parents who have similarly aged children. He also loves all the toys there--there's so much variety! As an adult, I think the space is really comfy. While there are a lot of play centers for the kids (kitchen, train table, ball pit, dress up, climbing gym), there are also big cushy couches and chairs, a coffee machine, and a really clean bathroom. There's also a snack and changing area--it really feels like home away from home. There usually have extra snacks, water, diapers, and wipes, too.
I learned about Lilypad through a friend and tried it out since the fist visit was free. My 2 year old got right to work and I got to sit on a couch while he played on his own! (That barely happens at home haha!) The vibe is very welcoming and relaxed, the adults mostly sit back and let the kids explore. After a while of going to play I started volunteering at their monthly sidewalk sales and felt really good about being part of such an important community space :)
Lilypad saved me when I became a parent! It’s a place for the kiddos to play while the parents connect. Now I volunteer for the organization and find it to be so fulfilling. I highly recommend checking it out!
This place is great. Daily playgroups for $100 year, nice people, free coffee and snacks, no pretentiousness. Everyone is welcome, and the first playgroup is free. You can also rent the space for birthday parties. FYI 1-star reviewer Walter is a former employee of Gen3 Electric, whose owners founded Lilypad. Looks like someone has a grudge.