MASC 25th Anniversary visit to Noah's Ark at the Skirball Center
Sunday, April 27, 2014 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
MASC and Skirball Center invite you to:
MASC 25th Anniversary and
Noah’s Ark Community Weekend Program
Noah’s Ark Experience:
Fromyou will have a private visit, as no tickets will have been sold to the public for that time period. Noah’s staff will be available to answer questions and another story teller will appear and share a flood story to the delight of your families. There will also be an art project and perhaps an impromptu participatory “happening”. You are welcome to remain after , when the ticket buying public will join you. We emphasize that sharing is good and you are free stay and tour the Storm, Ark and Rainbow Galleries at your own pace. Free passes will be distributed so that you may return at another time convenient to you.
We can accommodate up to 60 family members and suggest that a ratio of 4 children to each adult is preferable. It is okay to bring strollers into the gallery. Photography is permitted, however food is not. "Bring-your-own-lunch" on-site to follow the visit. Food for purchase is also available.
You must present a ticket printed from this site to receive an admission pass from MASC. One ticket must be presented for every person attending in your party including children of all ages.
Please go on line at www.skirball.org for additional programmatic information.
[NOTE: We anticipate selling out. If you visit our site and the tickets are sold out, please process a transaction for a WAITLIST ticket. Our event organizer will contact you to let you know if there is a dropout whose spots you can take. This has happened in past years so please do put your name on the waitlist and we will do our best to accommodate you and your family!]
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Multiracial Americans of Southern California (MASC)
Multiracial Americans of Southern California (MASC) is a 501(c)3 organization founded in 1989 to promote awareness and education and support for multiethnic and multiracial individuals and transracially adopted families. We strive to create educational and social programming to serve our members and also create awareness to the general public regarding the mixed race experience.
For more information, please visit our website at: www.mascsite.org or connect with us on social media.