Austintown Bounce provides Halloween entertainment

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Neighbors | Zack Shively.The children enjoyed the games available at Austintown Bounce during their Halloweeen party.


Neighbors | Zack Shively.Austintown Bounce reserved an area for adults to relax while their children played in the bounce areas. The area includes a television, sofas and a message chair.


Neighbors | Zack Shively.Austintown Bounce provided their typical fun games at their amusement center, but they also had special games set up during the night to celebrate Halloween.


Neighbors | Zack Shively.Children bounced in the four bouce around areas throughout Austintown Bounce's Halloween party sponsored by Home Savings Bank.


Neighbors | Zack Shively.Austintown Bounce had a Halloween party on Oct. 14. The event included popcorn, a small drink, a treat bag, a parade, special games, prizes and unlimited bouncing with the price of admission. Pictured in the middle is co-owner Bruce Shepas.


Austintown Bounce hosted a Halloween party for children to play games, eat and have fun on Oct. 14.

The event, sponsored by Home Savings Bank, included popcorn, a small drink and a treat bag with the price of admission. Austintown Bounce also had a Halloween parade, special games and prizes.

“I wanted to provide a nice, safe environment for our kids to trick or treat,“ said co-owner Bruce Shepas.

In addition to the Halloween games, the children also enjoyed the usual set up at the amusement center with arcade games and four bounce stations. They played the games to win tickets, which they exchanged for prizes. Many children spent hours at the event bouncing on the bounce stations.

Austintown Bounce decorated their whole area with Halloween decorations, including webbing and witch’s hats. They also offered their concessions at a discount price for the event.

Shepas and his business partner Harold Porter aim to be extremely active in the community. They work with local Austintown sports teams and are the FunZone sponsors for the Youngstown Phantoms and Mahoning Valley Scappers. They also host events like this one for other holidays throughout the year.

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