City officials, community leaders, Chamber members, staff and representatives, as well as family and friends of Pardi Gras Bounce, LLC., were on hand for the event.
Pardi Gras Bounce, LLC, an indoor bounce facility offering children ages 10 and under plenty of fun while in a safe and family friendly environment, is owned by Amy Matte Reily.
Pardi Gras play times are Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. or 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Play times on Fridays and Saturdays vary.
Kids can play for two hours at the cost of $6 per child, while their siblings can play for a cost of $4 per child. Children aged 2 and under can play for free.
Pardi Gras Bounce, LLC, is located at 6363 Main St., Suite A, and is also available for birthday parties.
To schedule a party, play time or for more information, call 225-654-3494 or visit Facebook at Pardi Gras Bounce.
Attendees of the ribbon cutting ceremony included Pardi Gras owner Amy Matte Reily and family members, Mayor David Amrhein, City Councilman Brandon Noel, Economic Development Director Kate MacArthur, Father Jeff Bayhi of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Janice Bergeron, Greg MacDougall, Bret Funk, Suzanne Roberts and Zachary Fire/Rescue's Glenn Triche.