Tour an advanced tea production plant, enjoy tea samples of every variety, and browse the display of original tea box artwork on a 45-minute tour. Age 5 and up. Reservations required for groups of 8 or more.
Attend the showcase featuring emerging designers, local boutiques, national brands, and makeup artists.
Enjoy refreshments, a corsage, dancing, and a special gift for each little sweetheart. Attendees will also receive a commemorative photo of the evening.
See a live stream of the total solar eclipse, followed by story time, crafts and activities from the library in the Auditorium lobby. All ages.
Join Girls Leadership—experts in girls' social-emotional development—to discover how and why girls can benefit from getting outdoors. This free interactive presentation is geared toward middle school age girls (fifth grade and up) and their parents. The evening will reveal the power girls develop from taking risks, getting outdoors, and escaping the pressures they face. Participants…
Attend the dance created to bring parents and daughters of the city together. Dress up, dance, hang out, and get to know each other. Meet Disney princesses, dance, take pictures in a photo booth, and enjoy chocolate and caramel fountains.
Enjoy museum time for children with autism spectrum or sensory processing disorders. Museum staff will limit admission to 20 families, turn down sounds and lights, and provide adaptive equipment. Reservations required online.
Learn breathing techniques, movements and mantra through this ancient and sacred practice. In the Morrison Center. $8 member, $10 nonmembers.
Experience up-close animal encounters through a nighttime exhibit tour, followed by invertebrate-themed crafts and games and stargazing by the campfire with s’mores. Then wake to a special breakfast prepared by Snooze An A.M. Eatery. Reservation required.
Enjoy this year's theme, "A Night in Paris," which includes dancing, refreshments, the TAG (Teen Advisory Group) raffle, and professional photographs.
Bring kids with autism spectrum or sensory processing disorders for a special event. The museum will limit admittance to 20 families, turn down sounds and lights, and provide adaptive equipment. Reservations required online.