Birthday Party Sleepovers
Dec 27, 2011 06:16PM
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Want to give your child that ultimate birthday party? Sign up for a Birthday Overnight, and choose one of the Camp-In themes for children 7 – 12 years old at the Calvert Marine Museum. Fun-filled sleepovers includes an indoor overnight experience, nocturnal tour of the museum, special themed craft activity or game, movie, a pizza party and a T-shirt for the Birthday child. One chaperone per 5 children is required. All camps are $35 per person with a minimum of 12 guests. Themed cakes and goodie bags are available by special order for an additional fee.
The Camp-In themes include: Pirates on the Patuxent where participants may paint treasure chests, go on a treasure hunt, learn pirate lingo, play the Mutiny Game and watch Treasure of Pirates Point or Hook; Fossil Hunters participants will make their own fossil, learn how to extract real fossils from matrix like the paleontologists do, make a shark tooth necklace and watch Ice Age; Mermaids Have a Ball guests will paint a treasure box to hold jewels, play “Find the Mermaid” game, get dressed up and attend the Mermaid Ball and watch Little Mermaid; Outrageous Otters will get up close and personal with Bubbles and Squeak with a behind-the-scenes visit, learn amazing otter facts, play “You Otter Know” and watch Ring of Bright Water and a special treat includes Breakfast with the Otters! Lastly, Adventure on the High Seas will take the boat in the Discovery Room apart and learn how to put it back together, learn how to tie knots like a sailor, build your own toy boat to take home and watch Mighty Machines – Boats to the Rescue.
The maximum group size is 25 people. A CMM Member must sponsor the camp-in. For information about becoming a member visit the website at www.calvertmarinemuseum.com. Camp-ins are scheduled on either Friday or Saturday nights, or a night before a school holiday. Call 410-326-2042, ext. 41 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your Birthday party overnight at the Calvert Marine Museum.