TITANIC WEEK for Kids & Families at Marine Museum, April 23-27

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Re: Week of Titanic Themed Family Events & Activities: Join Us!

April 23rd to April 27th 2014 ** Noon – 2:30 pm

Get Onboard For A Fun-Filled Week!

 

Staff & Volunteers will be hosting Titanic-Themed Activity Afternoons--

Wednesday, 4/23 & Friday, 4/25:

FOCUS ON FUN

Play Titanic Bingo

  • Become a sleuth in a museum-wide Scavenger Hunt

  • Test your skills in some Titanic-themed Quizzes & Games

  • Show your creative side:  Pop-up Cards // Crafts

  • Become a Titanic Expert:  Clothesline Timelines

 

Thursday, 4/24:

MOVIE BUFF HEAVEN!

Sit back & enjoy a movie!

  • “Titanic” (1953) & “A Night To Remember” (1958)

  • Movies Shown at 11:30 am (98 minutes, & at 1:30 m (123 minutes)

Saturday, April 26th & Sunday, April 27th:

MORE FUN ON DECK

Activities for young & younger!

Challenge yourself with: Bits & Pieces

Family Time: Adult/Children Craft-offs!

All Activities Are Engaging & Age-Appropriate!

Cost:  $5.00/Adults* --Call for reduced rates for larger families
Children over 6 years old: $4.00

Parents FREE when accompanying their children; only $5.00 should you wish to go to a movie on Wednesday.

Scouts – Earn Badges or Pins ~ Group rates for troop members ALWAYS available!

Bring a friend, and your family members! Call 508-674-3533 for more information.

 

C O N T A C T:

On the web: marinemuseumatfr.org

Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarineMuseumFallRiver

Check us out on Twitter

Save that Date: April 23-27

Time: Noon-2:30

Location: 70 Water Street, Fall River, MA 02721

Phone: 508 674 3533 for details

eMail: info@marinemuseumfr.org

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