December 2014 Events:
Tuesday, January 23rd
Kids Craft Day-Ornament Making at the Museum
Join the Museum for a day of FREE holiday crafting. We will have eight special stations set up for your little artists to craft the day away. Holiday crafting will be offered 9:30-5:00. We will set the scene and have staff to assist with supplies. Parents/caregivers are encouraged to jump in and craft with the kiddos.
Museum Holiday Hours
Closed Wednesday, December 24-
Sunday, December 28
Back open for visitors on Monday,
Imagine a small child exploring the Museum for the first time, a big smile across his or her face as wondrous exploration awaits….all thanks to you! You can make this vision a reality with a tax-deductible gift to the Children’s Museum of Montana. This holiday season, the Children’s Museum is on a mission to provide 100 needy families with a membership to the Museum so they can experience the joy and magic of hands-on learning through play all year long.
The Children’s Museum currently has 192 families on a waiting list
for financial assistance for family memberships.
Please consider assisting these families:
- $85 will provide a one-year Family Membership for families on our scholarship waiting list.
If you can’t donate the whole amount to this scholarship fund, please consider:
- $50—8 months of a Family Membership (scholarship family donation only)
- $25—4 months of a Family Membership (scholarship family donation only)
These rates are scholarship assistance/donation rates only. They do not apply to regular family membership purchases. To view the prices for regular memberships, please click Memberships.
Partial year donations are matched together to enable the Museum to serve as many special guests as possible. Thank you for making a difference for the children and families who need it most. This holiday season, they will enjoy a gift that will last all year long.
The Children’s Museum of Montana provides educational opportunities that complement those available through home, school, pre-school and child-care experiences and feature unique, hands-on exhibits and educational programs exploring the sciences and arts with activities developmentally appropriate for children ages 4 months to 11 years. The Museum’s exhibits and programs address the content are of history and culture, science an technology, health and nutrition, visual and performing arts and regional culture an industry.