Save the Date!

Kidzu Children’s Museum’s Fall Benefit, an outdoor event
Sunday, November 14th, 2021
3-5PM, Chapel Hill, NC

COVID-19 Vaccine Policy: Safety is our top priority. All attendees are required to be fully vaccinated at the time of the event. By registering for this event, you are acknowledging this policy.

The outdoor event will offer space for safe socializing and individually packaged charcuterie boards will be served for each guest (vegetarian and gluten free options will be available) featuring gourmet ingredients from Bella Bean Organics, a fresh baguette from La Farm Bakery, and a special dessert from the Food Fairy.  There will be a silent auction, and interactive presentations about Kidzu’s mission, exhibits, and programs.  An open bar will offer wine, featured cocktails (TOPO Distillery), and craft beer (Wicked Weed Brewery).  There will also be live music from violinist Angela Scalise.

Thank You to our 2021 Hosts!

Innovator: $5,000 or more

Lorna and Bill Chafe
Sallie Shuping Russell and J Edward Spence
Susan Gravely and Bill Ross

Explorer: $2,500 – $4,999

Jonathan Mills
Drew and Liz Miracle
Jennifer and Steve Jackson
Phyllis and Tyler Bennett

Dreamer: $1,000 – $2,499

Jamie and Richard Holcomb
Judy Jones
Lisa and David Price

Betsy and Walter Bennett
Pam and John Zornick
Jeff Fisher

Marilyn Jacobs and Rich Preyer
D.R. and Fran Bryan
Pollinator: $500 – $999

Roberto Blanco and Meghan Deutsch-Blanco
Charles and Diana Coble

Stewart Parker
Pat and Mary Norris Oglesby
Rob and Erin James
Peggy Richmond and Moses Carey
Scott Radway and Jean Greer
Annelise and Scott Hardin
Joe and Elaine Nanney
DG and Harriet Martin
Connector: $250 – $499

Elaine and Jim Foster
Frances Gravely

Mary Stowe

Emily and Greg Gangi

Joe and Tamara Rice
Elaine Bolle and Lester Levine

Julia and Frank Daniels, Jr 
Jane Brown and James Protzman 
Katie and Tripp Zimmerman
Jerry and Sondra Van Sant
Nan Nixon and Hans Flinch
John Becton and Nancy Tannenbaum
Katherine and Vincent Kopp, M.D.
Bernadette Pelissier

Join our hive and become a Corporate Sponsor or a Host of the event!

Contact Greg Dills at dills@kidzuchildrensmuseum.org for more information. 

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.

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