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3 Ways To Celebrate National Ice Cream Day

National Ice Cream Day is July 15th!

Did you know you can get ice cream (and other frozen goodness) right here on KidPass? Here are a few different options for how to beat the heat and celebrate this day of indulgence.

Gelato Pops at Pop Bar
Greenwich Village / 1 – 17 years old

Scoop-free, delicious, and one-of-a-kind, this all-natural, handcrafted gelato, sorbet, and frozen yogurt is served in a new way—on a stick! Flavors range from classics to the more unique. Best of all, you can enjoy your pop as-is or customize to your liking. Premium dippings and toppings include dark, milk, and while chocolate, nuts, sprinkles, waffle cone, caramel corn, and more. Each booking gets you two gelato pops with dippings and toppings!

Slime and Sundae-Making at Chocolate Works
Upper West Side / 3 – 12 years old

Chocolate factory, party destination, and candy store all in one, this place is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth–if you can wait until tomorrow, that is! In this class, learn how to make SLIME, decorate your own container with fun arts and crafts, and make a chocolate candy bar and enjoy a scoop of ice cream with toppings!

Snowdays Shaved Cream
East Village / West Village / Brooklyn / all ages

If you can hold off until tomorrow, you can treat your child and yourself to a sweet treat! Snowdays produces small-batch shaved cream made on the premises with fresh organic dairy from New York’s Hudson Valley and quality, seasonal ingredients. Each booking provides one regular sized cup of shaved cream, one topping of your choice, and a drizzle cone.

 

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