Habitot Hosts After-Dark Event for Adults:
LET THE BIG KIDS PLAY
(Berkeley, CA) April 4, 2014
On April 4th from 6:30-10pm, Habitot Children’s Museum in downtown Berkeley will be opening museum doors to adults to play in the museum. However, instead of Raffi, museum goers will listen to the live beatbox cello funk sounds of local Bay Area musician, CelloJoe. Instead of apple juice, beer will be served thanks to Ninkasi Brewery’s “Beer Is Love” Program. Puppets, playdough, arts and crafts, face painting, enormous giant blue blocks, and a spaceship, will be present for event attendees to enjoy. Tickets are $15 for students and $20 for adults. Each ticket comes with one free beer (proof of ID required).
'Let the Big Kids Play' is an event inspired by the after-dark events that are trending at The Exploratorium, The Chabot Science Center, and other museums.” says Toni Mikulka, Habitot’s Special Events Manager. "We see museums expanding their hours for special event series like this to keep up revenue and offer a whole new experience to adults in a place that is otherwise a destination primarily for children. We welcome all the big kids to come and play!"
To attend the event, RSVP at: letthebigkidsplay.eventbrite.com. For more information, contact Toni Mikulka, Special Events Manager at email@example.com or (510) 647-1111 x17. To learn more about Habitot visit: www.habitot.org. To preview CelloJoe’s music, please visit: www.cellojoe.com
Flyer: Let the Big Kids Play
About Habitot Children's Museum
Habitot Children's Museum was founded by parents and educators fifteen years ago to meet the unique needs and interests of infants, toddlers and preschoolers in a safe and appropriate community setting. Habitot’s mission is to help the broad community of parents and caregivers raise curious, creative and confident children. Hands-on exhibits and programs focus exclusively on early childhood.
Since opening in 1998, Habitot has welcomed more than 1,000,000 visitors, filling a niche for new parents and caregivers who seek safe and enriching experiences for young children, 0-5, as well as parenting support, connection and information for themselves.
Habitot Children’s Museum has been recognized as the “best museum for families” by Bay Area Parent Magazine readers and as a “five star destination” by the Lila Guide. In 2010, 2011 and in 2012, Habitot was designated a “Top-Rated Non-profit” by GreatNonprofits, a leading provider of reviews and ratings of nonprofit organizations.
See all awards: www.habitot.org/museum/about_awards.html
Habitot Children's Museum
2065 Kittredge Street
Berkeley, CA 94704