We invite you to celebrate the 20th birthday of The Children’s Museum. Your participation and continous support in helping children and families become lifelong learners deserves applause..and cake!
The Children’s Museum in Easton was founded in 1986 by four Easton residents, all mother of young children in search of hands-on educational experiences with their kids close to home. With overwhelming commitment and support, broad volunteer assistance, and donations from area residents and businesses, the Museum opened in 1991. Since then, the Museum has renovated the basement, better known as the FETCH!(tm) Lab, creating three floors of fun. About four years ago the Wild Place was added, giving children the option to explore outdoor learning opportunities. Today, over 50,000 people visit the Museum annually, including over 100 school groups.
Saturday, April 16 – Saturday, April 23 the Museum is excited to welcome two separate acts of magic and mystery, hosted by Awesome Robb of Awesome Robb’s Adventures and Random Effects Entertainment’s Matthew Graham. Not only may we have the chance to see a rabbit come out of a hat, we will be introduced to a variety of fun animals when we are joined by Matt and Melissa Gabriel of Animal World Experience. You’ve voted for your favorites, now see which animals made the cut!
What would a birthday party be without a cake, or five? Our bakery friends from Andrews Bakery, Big Y, Montillio’s, and White’s Bakery are baking us a cake day to make each celebration unique. We will be hosting an honorary cake cutter each day who has supported the Museum’s mission for the past 20 years.
Create your own cupcakes, get some silly facepaint, or decorate your very own party hat. Whether you stop by to meet Ruff Ruffman and Smokey Bear, or just to take home your very own balloon animal, this is one party you won’t want to miss!
(For a full list of April Vacation events, visit our website.)
– Kerri Welsh, PR Intern
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