Fun park to open near Westside

       Mr. Biggs Family Fun Center plans its grand opening Saturday, March 19. Located at 5825 Mark Dabling Blvd. (between Woodmen Road and Rockrimmon Boulevard), the 160,000-square-foot indoor amusement park includes go-karts, paint ball, laser tag, miniature golf, AMF Thunderbowl, an arcade, and a 10,000-square foot play area dedicated to ages 11 and under.
       Mr. Biggs also has an indoor soccer field, a 4,000-square foot event center and a full-service restaurant.
       “This is the biggest park of its kind on the Front Range,” said Mr. Biggs spokesperson Megan Barber.
       The $20 admission buys an individual four hours in the park; a swipe card is provided for the different attractions.
       The grand opening will involve a fund raiser, March for Kids, which will help school and youth groups raise money by donating $5 for every Mr. Biggs ticket sold. This represents the family-oriented style of the park, and is “just one of many ways we plan to make a contribution to our community,” according to co-owner Kim Shugart.
       Shugart, a former San Francisco Bay-area advertising executive, started Mr. Biggs with Steve Bigari, owner of 12 local McDonald's franchises; and Sam Cameron and Kevin Butcher, partners in the commercial real estate firm Cameron Butcher Company.

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