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Children's Museum 24th Birthday Party

Noon-5 pm, Feb 10, 2013 | $2
 

The Children’s Museum is turning 24! And unlike most 24-year-olds, it’s an age the museum wasn’t entirely sure it’d be around to celebrate. In September 2012, the museum announced it would be forced to close its doors if it didn’t receive enough fundraising to cover its $200,000 budget. It turned to the community for help—kind of like those pesky Wikipedia calls for donations, except closer to home and not so pesky. Then, in what became one of the year’s rousing success stories, the museum ended up surpassing its goal, raising well over the projected sum. So, if ever there was a time to have a birthday party, it’s now. Live music from Joe West; a clown; cupcake decorating and more round out both a family-friendly celebration and a huge thank you to Santa Fe. (Ryan Collett)



Where: Santa Fe Children's Museum
Phone: 505-989-8359
Address:
1050 Old Pecos Trail
Santa Fe, NM
87505
Website: http://www.santafechildrensmuseum.org

 

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