Birthday Parties

Celebrate a Special Day

Let the JCC take care of your child’s birthday party. We offer parties of all sorts at the JCCs in Squirrel Hill and the South Hills, and from Memorial Day through Labor Day, you can have a swim party at the Henry Kaufmann Family Park in Monroeville.

Our staff enthusiastically leads your party from beginning to end. You book it, then arrive and enjoy!
JCC Membership is required to have a birthday party at the JCC. 

Squirrel Hill

 

Party for up to 15 children (additional fee for more guests; maximum of 30 guests) includes paper goods, balloons, juice, kosher cake, staff supervision and set-up and clean-up. All parties are two hours long and can be booked for between the hours of 1-6 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

Themes include: Swim, Superstar Sports , Awesome Arts & Crafts, Creative Cooking, Dance Party , Games Galore, Junior Chef, A Day at the Movies, and Create-Your-Own.

 

South Hills

Parties are appropriate for children in grades K-6. We set up, clean up, and supply paper products, invitations and supervision. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Parties are 90 minutes long except for swim parties, which are two hours. Parties are priced for up to 20 children with additional fee for each additional guest.

Themes include: Sports, Swim, Craft, Carnival and Create Your Own Party.

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