"I'm organizing overnight at the Museum of Science!
Come see the fun after the museum closes: hands-on mini-class, explore the exhibits on your own, snack & light breakfast, planetarium show, iMax movie, & tons of fun sleeping in the exhibits!
April 12, 2012, $50/participant (only adults + children ages 6-13 are allowed, they are rather strict about the kids' age restrictions) . No membership discounts, sorry. Overnight parking in the garage. Arrive between 4:30-6 pm on 4/12. Sleepover officially ends around 10 a.m. on the 13th. You receive a patch & tickets to return to the museum!
If you are interested, you must send the following to me by March 19th:
names of participants (include ages for kids)
name & tel. # for emergency contact
$50/participant via personal/fee free paypal to: usborneburke@ gmail.com
We need an adult to volunteer to be our first aid person (although I expect each adult to take care of the needs of the children they bring including providing basic first aid supplies) and a safety person (attend a short
meeting regarding what to do in the event of an emergency). If you are willing to volunteer for this, please let me know.
You can check out the MOS website: www.mos.org for more details on overnights. I will provide more information to registrants.
Hope you'll join us for an overnight at the museum!"
(I'm not too thrilled about the terms tween and teen, but I am placing it here exactly how it was originally written by Melanie Kohli) ...