Save the Date for Kidzu’s Annual Fall Benefit on Friday, September 25th, 2020 at 7:00PM

This year’s Virtual Fall Benefit will be hosted by Penn Holderness of the Holderness Family.

Kidzu looks forward to sharing the evening with you and our guest local celebrities, NC Poet Laureate Jaki Shelton Green, NC Children’s Book Author Camille Andros, The Poetry Fox, and UNC’s Rameses.

More details to follow. Registration will be donation based and will open August 25th.

 

Bee Together … Apart!

We have missed seeing all of our friends and the community, but continue to provide programs, play, and learning. Support Kidzu’s service as a museum without walls to the children, families, and educators in our community! Online or outside, indoors or out, now more than ever Chapel Hill needs an outstanding children’s museum. Please join us to keep Kidzu thriving and poised to expand once 2020 is behind us!

We invite you to become a treasured host of our upcoming annual fall benefit, at one of the following levels:

 

Play Partner ($250-$499) | Play Maker ($500 – $999) | Play Leader ($1,000 – $2,499) | Play Champion ($2,500 – $4,999) | Play Ambassador ($5,000 or more)

 

Click here to donate!
If you wish to make a non-credit card payment, please contact Sabrina Varney at varney@kidzuchildrensmuseum.org

 

Children from infants to tweens engage in imaginative, open-ended play experiences combined with learning objectives.

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The Arts
Kidzu was designed with artwork from local and regional artists. Those same artists and more collaborate with Kidzu visitors on a weekly basis through programs included with admission.
Literacy
All of our exhibits incorporate books and have literature related to each exhibit area. Burrow in, share a good read, and enjoy storytimes in both English and Spanish.
STEM
Kidzu incorporates Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math components into exhibits and programs. Visitors of all ages can craft with real materials, tinker with real tools and explore new technologies as they create a wealth of creative projects.
Child Health and Wellness
Museum exhibits bring the concepts of gardening to life and celebrate local food and the farm to fork cycle. Gross motor skills are tested giving visitors the opportunity to jump, climb, and stretch.

Save the date to BEE There! 

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