CURE Jump-a-thon Charity Event!

Sun May 19, 2019
10:00am to 1:00pm CT
2 and up
Kids (2-6 years): $20; Adults: $35
Altitude Trampoline Park

Altitude Chicago is partnering with Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy (CURE) to host a fundraiser to support epilepsy advocacy, featuring a performance by Miguel Cervantes, who is a parent and advocate himself. 

In addition to access to all 14 of Altitude Chicago’s trampoline park attractions, there will be a designated area on the trampolines as well as a sensory room for those individuals with limited abilities to continue to enjoy and participate in the event.

Alititude Chicago is honored to collaborate with and host Kelly and Miguel Cervantes, who are passionate advocates for Epilepsy awareness in Chicago because of their daughter, Adelaide. They will be attending the event with Adelaide and their son, Jackson.

Miguel, who also plays Alexander Hamilton in Hamilton will perform a few songs as well.

Complimentary food and beverage will be available throughout the event. 

 

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