Trampoline park to host a quiet night for kids with sensory disorders

Sue Guinn Legg • Updated Apr 4, 2017 at 9:37 PM

In observation of Autism Awareness Month, Quantum Leap Trampoline Sports Arena in downtown Johnson City will host special evening of fun specially designed for kids with sensory disorders.

Located at 117 E King St., Chameleon Kids Night at Quantum’ Leap’ will be held from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, April 5.

The night will include all the fun the indoor trampoline park has to offer in a sensory friendly environment.

Music and arcade games will be turned off and lights will be dimmed and children with special needs and their families will have the arena to themselves.

The event was coordinated with assistance of the East Tennessee Autism Society.

The society’s Melissa Keeler said Chameleon Kids are people who have to adapt to surroundings where there surrounding do not adapt to them.

Keeler invited everyone with special needs, not just autism, to “please come out and enjoy yourselves.”

The cost of the evening has been discounted to $10 for one hour, $16 for an hour and half and $18 for two hours.

More details about Chameleon Kids Night at Quantum Leaps is available on line at www.meetup.com/East-TN-Autism-Social-Scene, or may be obtained by calling Quantum Leap at 423-928-5327.

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