Tag: Buell Children’s Museum

Family Arts Festival Comes July 29th

The cool, back to school Family Arts Festival is Wednesday, July 29 at in the Jackson Conference Center with live kid friendly music by Big Bang Boom! There will be entertainment inside and out!

It’s a spectacular day of music, food and family fun. Create messy masterpieces. Race Plasma Cars.

PLUS- Discounted Family Membership for the ENTIRE YEAR available ONLY on this day! Just $55

TICKETS
Festival Tickets $8 / $6 for members (admission to Buell Children’s Museum sold separately)

Family Pass $24 (includes admission to the concert and the Buell Children’s Museum for 2 adults and all children in household under 16 years of age)

DETAILS
When: 4-6pm, concert at 4:30pm
Where: Sangre de Cristo Arts Center & Buell Children’s Museum
210 N. Santa Fe Avenue
Pueblo, CO 81003

 

Watch “Hansel & Gretel” and Make a Gingerbread House

Opera Colorado’s production of Hansel & Gretel is family friendly and full of fun. Sung in English, staged traditionally and condensed for young attention spans, this enchanting performance of classical literature will educate young children about the fundamentals of the opera. Stay tuned after the show for a Q&A session with the performers.

Two show times available: 11 am & 2 pm

Tickets: $8/Non Member or $7/Member

PLUS!!!


 

Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center
210 N Santa Fe Ave
81003 Pueblo

Spring Break at the Children’s Museum

Spring Break Fun at the Buell Children's MuseumAmazing Food Detective

This Spring Break,  bring your child to the Buell Children’s Museum. There will be special performances of the Amazing Food Detective, sponsored by Kaiser Permanente! Show times are at noon and 2:00, from March 24th through March 27th. Performance entry fee is included in the price of admission to the Arts Center.

THE CASE:

The Amazing Food Detective(Zachary Friberg) teaches junior food detectives how to live a healthy life as he helps Carlos Crusader (Dane Anderson) find the energy he needs to play the sports he loves. Carlos’ mother (Chelsey Figgins) soon discovers that she’s been feeding him all the wrong foods. Coach Jumping Jack Johnson (Quin Friberg) intervenes upon the request of the Amazing Food Detective and gives Carlos and friend Angela (Alexandra Pepin) the tools to face the day-to-day influences that may sway them away from healthier behaviors. A series of catchy songs that are easy to remember and even easier to apply, reinforce the positive messages.


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