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2011 New Year's Eve Party
Saturday, December 31, 2011 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (CST)
Austin, United States
Come ring in the new year at Austin Children’s Museum! Only a limited number of family tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so sign up soon!
Enjoy friends, food and family while supporting Austin Children's Museum. Dinner will courtesy of family crowd-pleasing Austin's Pizza (and we'll have special beverages just for adults!) Mr. Will is set to give a live music performance and Jellybean will be on hand for general clowning around.
Join or renew at the Clubhouse level today and enjoy FREE admission for your family to this event! Clubhouse Members enjoy all the benefits of Premier Membership while providing philanthropic support for ACM over and above regular membership dues. Learn more about Clubhouse on the ACM website.
Many thanks to our volunteers and sponsors!
NYE Family Party Committee Chairs
Laura Craddick & Amy Lackey
Susannah Auby, Leslie Davenport, Suzanne Erickson, Emily Galatzan, Collin Ohanian, Jackie Price, Jennifer Roossien, Meredith Schoch, Katherine Wallin
Jill & Cliff Angelo, Nicole Brenning, Sabrina & Jay Brown, Laura & Tommy Craddick, Jill & Michael Ford, Sarah & Stephen Garrison, Catherine & Charles Granger, Amy & Lance Lackey, Marlene Magierski, Caroline & John Oliver, Catherine & Kyle Parks, Susan & Ben Perkins, Jennifer & Chuck Rice, Danielle & Kevin Sweeney
Generously sponsored by
Complimentary parking will be provided to guests courtesy of Silicon Labs. Parking information will be emailed to registered guests prior to the event.
Refunds less a $10.00 processing fee will be given for cancellations received in writing to email@example.com prior to December 20, 2011. Following this date, no refunds will be given, but tickets are transferrable. All proceeds from this event will benefit the educational exhibits and programs of Austin Children's Museum.
The mission of ACM is to create innovative learning experiences for children and families that equip and inspire the next generation of creative problems solvers.
Since 1987, the Museum has maintained permanent galleries and presented rotating exhibits; developed programs for target audiences including families with young children, low-income and minority families, educators, and teens. The Museum’s facility in downtown Austin welcomes approximately 200,000 visitors annually.
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