Calling all kids! Grab your favorite grown-up, dress up in your finest, and get ready to have the time of your lives at the Silly Soirée! Formal attire is encouraged. This dance party in the Museum is complete with dinner, games, exploration of Museum exhibits, and a silly photo booth.
The evening’s programming will consist of the following:
- 6-8:30pm: Explore the Museum and take advantage of our silly photobooth throughout the evening!
- 6-7pm: Buffet dinner open
- 7-8:30pm: Dancing and dance games
- 8-8:30pm: Dessert table open
Exhibits will be open to attendees, with a special art activity and additional group games, including Giant Jenga and Twister.
Our Event Committee of girls and boys ages 4-11 strives to raise funding to make the Museum accessible to all groups. By helping different community and school groups access our exhibits and programs throughout the year, we will increase the depth of out-of-school-time learning by nurturing creativity and building skills critical for school readiness and success.
ABOUT BOSTON CHILDREN’S MUSEUM
For over 100 years, the Museum has opened the door to discovery through hands-on exhibits designed to educate and engage kids and their grown-ups. The Museum hosts about 500,000 visitors every year, and 35% of these visitors are able to attend due to our free or reduced admission offers. These include our Library memberships, $1 Friday Nights, EBT discounts, Sponsored Visits, the Morning Star Special Needs program, and Teacher and Military outreach efforts.
Boston Children's Museum engages children and families in joyful discovery experiences that instill an appreciation of our world, develop foundational skills, and spark a lifelong love of learning.
Boston Children's Museum's vision is to be a welcoming, imaginative, child–centered learning environment that supports diverse families in nurturing their children's creativity and curiosity. We promote the healthy development of all children so that they will fulfill their potential and contribute to our collective wellbeing and future prosperity.
Please contact Katie Stack at either Stack@bostonchildrensmuseum.org or call 617-986-3662.