DISCOVERY Children’s Museum Announces Goettl Air Conditioning as Presenting Sponsor for Magic of DISCOVERY Homecoming Celebration Event

 

 

 

 

 

 

DISCOVERY Children’s Museum Announces Goettl Air Conditioning as Presenting Sponsor for Magic of DISCOVERY Homecoming Celebration Event

 

Additional sponsors include Las Vegas’s Caesars Entertainment, NV Energy, Las Vegas Sands Corporation, Southwest Gas, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Wells Fargo Foundation and more

Today, DISCOVERY Children’s Museum announced Goettl Air Conditioning will be the Press Box presenting sponsor for the museum’s annual fundraising event, Magic of DISCOVERY, which will transform the state-of-the-art Children’s Museum into a Homecoming Celebration featuring live entertainment, delicious bites, a silent auction, luxury raffle and more on Saturday, Oct. 12 from 6 to 10 p.m.

 

In support of the event theme, guests are encouraged to come dressed showing their team or museum spirit. The Homecoming Celebration will feature a cocktail reception, strolling dinner and live entertainment that will be provided by rising country music singer and participant on season six of NBC’s “The Voice,” Cali Tucker (view YouTube here), Thurman White Academy’s “Big Steps” acapella group, Gibson Middle School’s Drum Line and C.T. Sewell Elementary School’s “Sparklers” Show Squad.

 

The Magic of DISCOVERY has garnered tremendous sponsorship support from a variety of local businesses throughout the Las Vegas Valley. This year’s 2019 sponsors include:

 

Press Box Presenting Sponsor

  • Goettl Air Conditioning & Plumbing

 

End Zone Sponsors

  • End Zone Sponsors:
  • Caesars Entertainment
  • DCM Better Half Armchair Quarterbacks
  • Las Vegas Sands Corporation
  • MOSER architecture studio
  • NV Energy
  • Southwest Gas
  • Wynn Las Vegas

 

Touchdown Sponsors

  • Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
  • Caesars Entertainment
  • Greenberg Traurig
  • Jerry’s Nugget Casino
  • Klai Juba Wald Architecture + Interiors
  • Marnell Companies
  • Pat Skorkowsky
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Station Casinos
  • Treasure Island
  • Wells Fargo Foundation

 

Field Goal Sponsors

  • Cornerstone Company
  • Dedee Nave
  • Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada
  • Kemp, Jones & Coulthard, LLP
  • Nevada State Bank

 

Tailgate Sponsors

  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
  • KTNV ABC 13

 

Throughout the night, guests can participate in a silent auction and luxury raffle filled with unforgettable items and experiences including show tickets, elegant dining experiences, exciting entertainment and more. The luxury raffle item will include a private, in-home dining and mixology experience for six people with Chef Brian Howard of Sparrow + Wolf and Tony Aboud-Ganim, The Modern Mixologist, including expert event coordination services by Darby Fitzpatrick of Open Invitation.

 

To become a sponsor of the 2019 Magic of DISCOVERY Homecoming Celebration in support of strengthening the museum’s innovative educational programs and community outreach efforts, follow the link here. Please note the deadline to submit a sponsorship application is Wednesday, Oct. 9.

 

Individual tickets are available for $350 (Junior Varsity) and $500 (Varsity), in addition to sponsorship and branding opportunities. For more information visit the website here, or contact events@discoverykidslv.org.

 

About Goettl Air Conditioning & Plumbing

Goettl Air Conditioning & Plumbing, an iconic pioneer of cooled air technology established in 1939, offers the highest quality HVAC & Plumbing equipment and a full range of maintenance, repair and replacement services. Goettl Air Conditioning & Plumbing currently has operations in the Phoenix, Tucson, Las Vegas and Southern California regions. Goettl Air Conditioning & Plumbing technicians are background-checked, drug-tested and receive continuous technical training to make them the best in the industry. Named to the 2018 Inc. 5000 listing of Fastest-Growing Private Companies, Goettl Air Conditioning & Plumbing does things the right way, not the easy way.

 

About DISCOVERY Children’s Museum

Established in 1984, DISCOVERY Children’s Museum is the top interactive museum in the Las Vegas Valley, welcoming children and families to explore three entire floors packed with heart-pumping, brain-boosting, curiosity-satisfying fun, adventure and discovery. Having opened its doors in March 2013 as a nonprofit educational institution in Symphony Park, DISCOVERY serves as Las Vegas’ only children’s museum spanning across 26,000 square feet of interactive and educational hands-on exhibits. The 3-story museum is complete with nine exhibition galleries featuring immersive traveling exhibitions, daily programs, demonstrations and activities and collaborative cultural programming for all occasions. DISCOVERY Children’s Museum offers children the opportunity to explore their dearest curiosities while addressing the core educational areas of science and nature, art and culture and early childhood development.

 

For more information about DISCOVERY Children’s Museum, visit www.discoverykidslv.org, or follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

New Exhibit, Alien Worlds and Androids, Brings Interactive Space-Like Experiences To Life At DISCOVERY

 

New Exhibit, Alien Worlds and Androids, Brings Interactive Space-Like Experiences To Life At DISCOVERY

Alien Worlds and Androids Opens Saturday, Feb. 9

 

DISCOVERY Children’s Museum is bringing an out-of-this-world traveling exhibit, “Alien Worlds and Androids,” created by GES, to the Las Vegas valley beginning Saturday, Feb. 9. The exhibit features high-end, state-of-the-art content from Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and NASA. It includes nine space-like sub-areas spanning across 5,000 square feet and is designed for guests to explore the many wonders of life beyond planet Earth, sparking the question, “Are we alone?”

 

“We are so eager to open the doors to Alien Worlds and Androids,” said DISCOVERY Children’s Museum President and CEO Melissa Kaiser. “This exhibit offers such a unique experience to our guests and encourages a scientific and educational experience with a twist on space-like curiosities. The new exhibit will offer an exciting opportunity to explore that the whole family will want to get involved in.”

 

The new exhibit offers Museum guests the chance to experience firsthand the exploration of alien life within and beyond our solar system. The installation features several areas highlighting the theories and technology used to investigate remote solar systems and navigate extreme environments found on Earth. The nine space-themed experiences within the exhibit will include multiple immersive installations that mirror the practices and machinery used by scientists in their exploration of the universe.

 

The nine interactive areas that can be found in the exhibit include:

  • Area One “Are We Alone?”: In this area, guests will wonder what the universe really holds while being presented with the question that has fascinated many for centuries, “Are We Alone?”
  • Area Two “Looking for Life in Space” Museum guests will be introduced to the idea of life on exoplanets with interactive experiments such as the Extreme Planet Makeover.
  • Area Three “Alien Life on Earth”: The state-of-the-art area will highlight technology that allows scientists to collect data on extremophiles including the submersible ALVIN, complete with robotic arms and thermometers.
  • Area Four “Artificial Intelligence and Robots”: Families will discover the differences between robots and androids and get up close to the robots made famous in iconic films, including the T-800 from “The Terminator” franchise.
  • Area Five “Robot Space Explorers”: Guests will explore the journey to Mars and learn about the other intergalactic explorations robots have taken in the past.
  • Area Six “Explore the Solar System”: Offering copious amounts of data collected by scientists, this section of the exhibit will provide explorers with new insight on the possibility of life existing on certain planets and moons.
  • Area Seven “The Robotization of Planet Earth”: This interactive area showcases the function of robots on our planet and gives families the opportunity to maneuver high-tech machinery such as a mechanical arm.
  • Area Eight “I-Cyborg”: The I-Cyborg will teach children all about robotic suits and exoskeletons, which can give humans super-human strength or help those with spinal injuries to learn to walk again.
  • Area Nine “The Human Microbiome”: Visitors will learn about the “aliens” also known as microbiomes, living in their own bodies.

 

“Alien Worlds and Androids” will be at DISCOVERY Children’s Museum from Saturday, Feb. 9 through Sunday, May 5. Museum members are invited for an exclusive preview of the exhibit on Friday, Feb. 8 at 5:30 p.m. The uniquely designed exhibition was created by GES and features content from Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and NASA. The interactive possibilities within “Alien Worlds and Androids” provides guests with first-time opportunities to explore the wonderous technology NASA uses in space.

 

To learn more about DISCOVERY Children’s Museum, visit www.discoverykidslv.org.

 

About DISCOVERY Children’s Museum

Established in 1984, DISCOVERY Children’s Museum is the top interactive museum in the Las Vegas Valley, welcoming children and families to explore three entire floors packed with heart-pumping, brain-boosting, curiosity-satisfying fun, adventure and discovery. Opening its doors in March 2013 as a nonprofit educational institution in Symphony Park, DISCOVERY serves as Las Vegas’ only children’s museum spanning across 26,000 square feet of interactive and educational hands-on exhibits. The 3-story museum is complete with nine exhibition galleries featuring immersive traveling exhibitions, daily programs, demonstrations and activities and collaborative cultural programming for all occasions. DISCOVERY Children’s Museum offers children the opportunity to explore their dearest curiosities while addressing the core educational areas of science and nature, art and culture and early childhood development.

 

For more information about DISCOVERY Children’s Museum, visit https://www.discoverykidslv.org/, or follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

About GES Events

GES Events, is part of GES, a Viad Corp (NYSE: VVI) company, a global, full-service provider for live events, producing corporate events, exhibitions, conferences, congresses, exhibits and entertainment experiences. GES Events provides a wide range of services, cutting-edge creative, audio visual and design, marketing and measurement services, and event registration services – all with an unrivaled global reach. GES partners with leading shows and brands, including Warner Bros. Consumer Products and MAGIC. GES’ National Servicenter® has been recognized with certification under the J.D. Power Certified Contact Center Program℠ for the past 10 years, and for the ninth year in a row Ad Age has named GES as one of the Nation’s Largest Experiential/Event Marketing Agency Networks.  For more information visit www.ges.com.

DISCOVERY Children’s Museum Turns Back Time with Adults-Only Totally 80’s Night, July 28

 

DISCOVERY Children’s Museum Turns Back Time With ADULTS-ONLY Totally 80’s NIGHT, July 28

Guests of All Ages Can Experience Totally 80’s Week at the Museum from July 21-28

 

Dust off your leg warmers and tube socks and head to DISCOVERY Children’s Museum for Totally 80’s Week, July 21 – 28. The week culminates with Totally 80’s Night on Saturday, July 28 from 7 to 9:30 p.m., an exclusive 21+ event benefitting DISCOVERY and Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada.

 

Totally 80’s Night promises to take guests back in time to the decade of totally radical fashion, fun music and funky style. Early bird admission is $20 for museum members and $35 for nonmembers. On July 22, ticket prices increase to $50. Tickets include access to the entire museum, one signature cocktail, light bites, a retro candy bar, karaoke, music and dancing, glow-in-the-dark graffiti, rad science demonstrations, a photo booth and more.

 

Guests are encouraged to dress up in iconic 80’s fashion or as their favorite 80’s star or character. During the event, a special appearance will be made by Ghostbusters of Las Vegas.

 

Additional activities for the night include an 80’s Style Station ($10), Spin Art ($20) and a Trivia Tournament ($40 per team of four people). Guests interested in the trivia tournament are encouraged to register and purchase tickets in advance.

 

During the week leading up to Totally 80’s Night, DISCOVERY guests can celebrate 80’s Week with themed programming including:

  • Arts & Humanities: Create art inspired by the 80’s!
  • Science: Learn about the science behind 1980’s inventions such as the plasma ball, compact discs and Doppler radar.
  • Early Childhood: Explore and play with popular toys and games from the 80’s, including Pound Puppies and Care Bears!

 

Families looking to bring the fun of the 80’s home can stop at the DISCOVERY Children’s Museum Store for popular toys and fashion accessories. Items for sale include Strawberry Shortcake, My Little Pony, Pac Man and Atari video games.

 

DISCOVERY creates themed weeks and events such as Totally 80’s Week and Totally 80’s Night to create a new experience for guests each time they visit the museum. To learn more, visit www.discoverykidslv.org.

About DISCOVERY Children’s Museum
Considered Nevada’s most popular museum, DISCOVERY Children’s Museum at the Donald W. Reynolds Discovery Center has seen more than one million visitors since opening its doors in March 2013 as a private, nonprofit educational institution. Las Vegas’ only children’s museum addresses its core educational areas of science and nature, art and culture and early childhood development with 26,000 square feet of interactive hands-on exhibits. The 3-story museum is complete with nine interactive exhibition galleries featuring traveling exhibitions, daily programs, demonstrations and activities and collaborative cultural programming for all occasions.

 

For more information about DISCOVERY Children’s Museum, visit www.discoverykidslv.org, or follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

About Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada

Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada, Inc. was founded locally in 1996. The current local programs span grades K-12, with age-appropriate curricula. At the elementary level, students learn about their roles as individuals, workers and consumers while focusing on key life skills like the importance of saving, and the difference between wants and needs. Middle and high school students learn about key economic principals, workforce issues they will face, personal budgeting and credit. For more information visit jalasvegas.org/. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram and Twitter.

 

DISCOVERY Children’s Museum’s Adults Only Night at the Museum Returns, Jan. 13

 

 

 

 

 

 

DISCOVERY Children’s Museum’s Third Annual Adults Only Gathering Night at the Museum Returns Jan. 13

In partnership with Junior League of Las Vegas, the Jan. 13 event gives Las Vegas adults a chance to discover their inner child for a good cause

 

DISCOVERY Children’s Museum, in partnership with Junior League of Las Vegas (JLLV), will host the adults-only Night at the Museum on Saturday, Jan. 13, from 6:30 – 10:30 p.m. Back by popular demand, the event is an opportunity for adults to let loose, run wild, and act like the child that lives within each of us. Proceeds from the event will benefit both DISCOVERY and JLLV.

 

For one night only, DISCOVERY will open its doors so that adults (21 years of age and up) can re-discover their inner child while exploring the museum. Bars will be set up on each of DISCOVERY’s three floors with proceeds benefitting the two organizations, and one complimentary beverage will be provided. Tasty treats like mini hot dogs and grilled cheese will be provided by Superior Event Services, and big kids can dance to the beat of their own drum at the silent disco. Guests can be a star on stage in Fantasy Festival while belting out their favorite karaoke tune, or get a tarot card reading by Mystic Mona. Guests are encouraged to attend in happy hour casual clothing, so they can explore, climb, dance and party in comfort.

 

Tickets for Night at the Museum are $40 until Dec. 31, and $50 afterward. Tickets can be purchased online here: http://bit.ly/2DSHLWk.

 

For other opportunities to explore DISCOVERY Children’s Museum, visit https://www.discoverykidslv.org/, or follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

New Exhibit ‘Hello from Japan!’ to Open at DISCOVERY Children’s Museum Sept. 16

New Exhibit ‘Hello From Japan!’ to
Open at DISCOVERY Children’s Museum on Sept. 16
The new exhibit invites guest to explore
Japanese culture through modern and traditional values

 

 

 

DISCOVERY Children’s Museum will unveil their newest touring exhibit, Hello from Japan!, on Saturday, Sept. 16. The exhibit will educate and entertain museum guests on how modern attitudes and traditional Japanese cultural values coexist. The exhibit runs through January 31, 2018.

 

Contemporary Japanese culture, with its unique and progressive youth-inspired aesthetic, exists coincidentally with some of the richest heritage and history in the world in a country where the ancestral past guides the direction of its future – a culture that envelops the evolving country even today. Children and families visiting Hello from Japan! will have fun learning about modern life in Japan in a playfully immersive environment that includes everything from a kawaii streetscape to a peaceful Shinto shrine park.

 

“Part of DISCOVERY Children’s Museum’s mission is to provide a vibrant and engaging experience through exhibits and programs that encourage a love of lifelong learning,” said Lisa McAnallen, vice president of DISCOVERY Children’s Museum. “In a city as culturally diverse as Las Vegas, it is important for us to bring exhibits that offer families a chance to grow together and individuals the opportunity to learn on their own. Not only does Hello from Japan! elicit active participation and engagement with the exhibit, it urges its visitors to appreciate culture and to seek out their own learning experiences. We are really looking forward to sharing this exhibit with the community.”

 

Based upon the colorful and bustling streets in the modern Harajuku district, Kawaii Central, explores contemporary Japanese culture by evoking the friendly feel of Japanese kawaii, an aesthetic and sensibility which emerged in the 1970s among Japanese school children and has now permeated cultures worldwide. Kids can sing karaoke, smile for a photo booth camera, serve up traditional Japanese meals and design mascots for their families.

 

“Kawaii” translates roughly to “lovable,” “cute” or “adorable,” and has become a prominent aesthetic in modern Japanese culture.  Originally from the word “kao hayushi” that translates to “one’s face is aglow,” kawaii visuals can be seen everywhere from children’s cartoons to traffic signs and luggage. Examples may include Pokémon, Hello Kitty or any number of cuddly characterizations.

 

A bridge at the end of the streetscape leads from the contemporary urban setting into a more tranquil Shinto shrine park environment. The park explores the traditional, nature-based practices and beliefs of Shinto, an indigenous Japanese religion. The Shinto area invites guests to build bridges, crawl through a forest, encounter kami spirits and make a wish at a wishing tree – the centerpiece of the exhibit – all while learning about and embracing ancient Japanese culture. The exhibit encourages children to appreciate their own local parks and natural surroundings.

 

Hello from Japan! was developed for the Children’s Museum of Manhattan and funded by The Freeman Foundation. For more information about Hello from Japan!, or other opportunities to explore DISCOVERY Children’s Museum, visit https://www.discoverykidslv.org/, or follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

About DISCOVERY Children’s Museum
Considered Nevada’s most popular museum, DISCOVERY Children’s Museum at the Donald W. Reynolds Discovery Center has seen more than one million visitors since opening its doors in March 2013 as a private, nonprofit educational institution. Las Vegas’ only children’s museum addresses its core educational areas of science and nature, art and culture and early childhood development with 26,000 square feet of interactive hands-on exhibits. The 3-story museum is complete with nine interactive exhibition galleries featuring traveling exhibitions, daily programs, demonstrations and activities and collaborative cultural programming for all occasions.

 

For more information about DISCOVERY Children’s Museum, visit https://www.discoverykidslv.org/, or follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Smith Center Hosts Celebration of Any Given Child’s Fifth Anniversary, Oct. 4

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The Smith Center Hosts Celebration of Any Given Child’s Fifth Anniversary

Elaine Wynn, Mayor Carolyn Goodman among attendees recognizing program for arts in education


To celebrate the fifth anniversary of Ensuring the Arts for Any Given Child Southern Nevada, The Smith Center hosted an event yesterday, Oct. 4 that recognized all parties involved with successfully launching the national program at a local level. Provided by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Any Given Child assists communities in creating strategic plans to ensure access and equity to quality arts education for local students.

 

Event attendees included Mayor Carolyn Goodman, Elaine Wynn, Clark County School District (CCSD) Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky, and Mario Rossero, Senior Vice President of Education at the Kennedy Center. Representatives were also present from the many organizations on the Community Arts Team that helped launch the Southern Nevada program.

 

“The Kennedy Center created something really special that we get to be a part of,” said Smith Center CEO and President, Myron Martin. “Las Vegas was an early city to take this on, so we’re proud of that.”

 

In Dec. 2010, Las Vegas became the fourth city nationwide to participate in Any Given Child. To roll out this initiative, the Community Arts Team comprised of local arts and education-related organizations collected a year of data and formed a corresponding strategy.

 

The program has since expanded to 23 cities, Rossero said, but Las Vegas remains the largest Any Given Child program in the U.S. Rossero lauded the efforts of Candy Schneider, President of Education and Outreach at The Smith Center, as well as the Community Arts Team in making the program successful.

 

“This is a big deal,” said Rossero. “This fifth anniversary really means a lot and you’ve accomplished a lot.”

 

In the 2011-12 fiscal year, the Southern Nevada program kicked off with 26 pilot CCSD schools and approximately 18,000 students being served with arts resources, as well as 85 teachers participating in arts-integrated professional development workshops. By the 2015-16 fiscal year, this had expanded to approximately 143,000 students from 356 CCSD, charter and private schools being served with arts resources, and 884 teachers participating in professional development workshops.

 

The arts resources schools have enjoyed include: field trips to venues throughout the community, artist residencies and in-school performances, and professional development for teachers to integrate the arts into math, science, language arts and social studies. Community organizations have provided all of these resources free of charge.

 

Speaking in her role as president of the Nevada State Board of Education, Wynn praised the success of the program and how it plants seeds of inspiration among local children.

 

“Maybe (Southern Nevada Any Given Child) will serve as a blueprint for other places as it continues to unfold,” said Wynn.

 

Recalling how much he was impacted by seeing theatrical productions as a child, Skorkowsky said the program has helped develop CCSD into a leader in fine arts education.

 

“We have to build that passion in our children and expose them to those opportunities,” said Skorkowsky.

 

Mayor Goodman lauded how organizations across the community have come together to bring the arts to local students of many age groups.

 

“I can assure you the city is fully supportive of and behind the arts,” she said. “Especially this program.”

 

Organizations on the Community Arts Team behind the program include: After-School All Stars, CCSD, the city of Henderson, the Las Vegas Office of Cultural Affairs, Clark County Parks and Recreation, Discovery Children’s Museum, Las Vegas Arts Commission, Las Vegas Youth Orchestras, Metro Arts Council of Southern Nevada, Nevada Ballet Theatre, Nevada School of the Arts, The Public Education Foundation, The Rainbow Company Youth Theatre, West Las Vegas Arts Center, The Smith Center, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, The Kennedy Center, the Nevada Arts Council and principal leadership from CVT Gilbert and Frank Lamping elementary schools.

 

Thelma Davis, principal of Robert Lunt Elementary School in Las Vegas, said Any Given Child has provided students at her school with access to the arts they wouldn’t otherwise have. Teachers have also informed her that they have completely changed their teaching styles as a result of professional development to integrate the arts across curriculum areas.

 

“Without the Southern Nevada Ensuring the Arts for Any Given Child initiative, this opportunity (for arts integration) would be just out of reach,” said Davis.

 

For more information about Any Given Child, visit http://www.thesmithcenter.com/education/ensuring-the-arts-for-any-given-child/.

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ABOUT THE SMITH CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

The hallmark of downtown Las Vegas’ 61-acre urban development known as Symphony Park, The Smith Center for the Performing Arts is a public-private partnership that opened in March 2012. Heralded as the city’s Heart of the Arts®, The Smith Center is an architectural triumph and long-awaited cultural achievement that educates and entertains the citizens of Southern Nevada. The $470 million world-class performing arts center offers a blend of performances by resident companies, first-run touring attractions, lectures and internationally-acclaimed performers in music, theater and dance. The five-acre campus features four performance spaces including the 2,050-seat Reynolds Hall, the 258-seat Cabaret Jazz club, the 240-seat Troesh Studio Theater and the 1.7-acre Donald W. Reynolds Symphony Park for outdoor concerts. Additionally, the campus is home to the Discovery Children’s Museum that opened in March 2013. For more information about The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, please visit www.TheSmithCenter.com. Keep up with news and events on Facebook and follow The Smith Center on Twitter at @SmithCenterLV.

Local Chefs to Come Together for The Chef’s Table – A Special Community Dinner Benefitting DISCOVERY Children’s Museum, Sunday, April 17 at Tivoli Village

TIVOLI VILLAGE

 

Local Chefs to Come Together for The Chef’s Table – A Special Community Dinner Benefitting DISCOVERY Children’s Museum, Sunday, April 17 at Tivoli Village 
Hosted al fresco, the second installment of the successful dining series will feature five new chefs, live entertainment and much more. 


Once again, Tivoli Village will host a special dining under the stars event with The Chef’s Table on Sunday, April 17 benefiting DISCOVERY Childrens Museum, as part of the organizations 25th anniversary celebration. All of the evenings proceeds will go directly to the community staple to ensure the continuation of its mission to provide children with a captivating, state-of-the-art place to learn, grow and explore.
Guests will be seated along the cobblestone streets of the open-air shopping district and experience an inspired five-course meal prepared and presented by some of the citys best and up and coming chefs and dining concepts including Cantina Laredo, Vintner Grill, Peridot Sweets and others.

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Each of the culinary all-stars will be challenged to make the museum exhibits come alive on each plate, drawing inspiration from some of the origination’s most well-known and beloved attractions such as Patents Pending (exploring the world of scientist and inventors), The Summit (a three-story interactive adventure), and Eco City (where sustainability meets environmental responsibility).
The evening will begin at 6 p.m. with cocktails served by Events with a Twist along with appetizers, tapas and an antipasto station provided by Superior Event Services, after which guests will enjoy a savory four-course dinner topped off with dessert. All courses will be expertly paired with select wines. In addition to the food and drink, guests will be able to enjoy live entertainment from Las Vegas Academy stars, Thre3 Cards plus singer/song writer J. Liberio, along with a silent auction.
Tickets to the family-style dinner are priced at $150 plus fees with all of the proceeds going directly to DISCOVERY Children’s Museum.

 
Tickets can be purchased here and are limited to only 150 seats.
 
Sponsors for the event include: Superior Event Services, Art of Cooking, Vintner Grill, Cantina Laredo, Peridot Sweets, Tivoli Village, Brio, Studio Fleur LV, Events with a Twist and US Foods.
 
About DISCOVERY Children’s Museum
DISCOVERY Children’s Museum, celebrating 25 years of community, addresses its core educational areas of science and nature, art and culture and early childhood development with 26,000 square feet of interactive hands-on exhibits. The 3-story museum is complete with nine interactive exhibition galleries featuring traveling exhibitions, daily programs, demonstrations and activities, special events and collaborative cultural programming for all occasions.  The museum has grown into a community, informal education cornerstone that complements and enhances the educational experience of children and families throughout Southern Nevada and beyond. For more information, visitTivoli Village features a unique mix of retailers ranging from luxury brands to one-of-a-kind boutiques, as well as enticing restaurants. The exclusive shopping and dining destination is located in one of the most affluent sections of Southern Nevada, 15 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip and adjacent to One Queensridge Place. Tivoli Village is currently developing a second phase that will add more than 270,000 square feet of retail, restaurant, entertainment and office space. For more information on events at Tivoli Village visit tivolivillagelv.com, follow Tivoli Village on Twitter or like Tivoli Village on Facebook.
 


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