Kidville Mount Kisco Celebrates Grand Opening

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Diana Mann (right), “Mayor” of Kidville Mount Kisco with her mom Marcia Schenker (left) at Kidville’s grand opening. Schenker is the early childhood development manager of Kidville Mount Kisco.
Diana Mann (right), “Mayor” of Kidville Mount Kisco with her mom Marcia Schenker (left) at Kidville’s grand opening. Schenker is the early childhood development manager of Kidville Mount Kisco. Photo Credit: Courtesy Kidville Mount Kisco

MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- More than 350 families celebrated the opening of Kidville Mount Kisco last weekend. 

The grand opening celebration of the new location at 145 Kisco Ave. in Mount Kisco marked the first Kidville location in northern Westchester, according to a press release. The 6,100-square-foot facility features "a state-of-the-art Big Muscle Gym playspace, a retail boutique, birthday party space, a theater and studio," according to the release. 

The weekend grand opening activities included "several standing-room-only performances by Kidville’s signature Rockin’ Railroad band, face painting, balloon artists, glitter tattoos, arts and crafts and a family photo booth," according to the release. 

Kidville opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday with Mount Kisco Mayor Michael Cindrich and Mount Kisco Chamber of Commerce board members welcoming the new facility, according to the release. 

“We are thrilled to open our doors to the northern Westchester community,” said Diana Mann, “Mayor” of Kidville Mount Kisco and mother of two who grew up locally, according to the release. “We are so happy to be in Mount Kisco and are so grateful for the overwhelming response we've received so far.”

Registration for Kidville Mount Kisco is available for the fall 2013 and the winter 2014 semesters. For more information about class schedules, residents are asked to visit the Kidville Mount Kisco website or call 914-458-1909.

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WORST place ever for a parent to send their children. "Teachers" are not really teachers- not one of them has any sort of certification. They pay more attention to each other and the gossip than the children. The employees always look lost and confused- never knowing what to do and what not to do. The owner and her mother are two of the most unwelcoming people ever, and the place does not have a comforting feeling. They seem to also be more concerned with making money then making people happy. I would recommend Jodi's Gym, or other places, that offer the same services but are just overall better a better place for children!