Twin Cities families! Girl Time is happening again on Saturday, September 22nd at The Works Museum in Bloomington, and you can get discount tickets in advance! Plus, I have a ticket 4-pack to give away, so be sure to enter below!
In previous years we’ve attended and both my kids (son and daughter) had so much fun. We spent hours there, had Papa John’s pizza there for lunch, and left with cool things my kids created!
GIRL TIME FAMILY EVENT AT THE WORKS MUSEUM
What is Girl Time?
Girl Time is The Works Museum’s special event for girls and their families.
What can families expect?
Girls and families will have fun learning about engineering while exploring lots of hands-on activities and demonstrations presented by women working in engineering, and students in STEM fields. It’s a great opportunity to spend a day together discovering what engineering is all about and dreaming about future career possibilities in engineering and design!
At Girl Time, The Works Museum brings together women engineers from corporations around the Twin Cities to showcase their work, discuss their experiences working in STEM, and to facilitate dozens of interactive activities and demos. You’ll also meet young women studying STEM fields at universities and girls from local high schools and middle schools.
When is it?
Saturday, September 22nd from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Details and tickets at theworks.org/girls-and-engi
The Works Museum, 9740 Grand Ave S., Bloomington
Who is this for?
Open to the public, ideal for girls ages 5-12 and their grown-ups. Boys also welcome!
Get discounted tickets by purchasing in advance! $9 Pre-registered, $12 at the door. Members and kids 2 and under are free. PLUS – The Works Museum is participating in Museum Day Live! This means that you can get 2 FREE tickets to The Works Museum on this day, September 22nd, and you can upgrade your passes to include Girl Time for only $3 per ticket!
The Works Museum offers a limited income discount! If you qualify through their Gateway program, you can get discounted admission of $4.25.
For general admission (not including special events like Girl Time), save $2 on admission with my special code!
Use code TCFMB$2OFF in the “member code” field on the shopping cart page.
More info about discounts here!
Parking: Easy access from 35W and 494 and free parking in The Works Museum’s lot.
Also: The Works is gathering women engineers from corporations around the Twin Cities, including Boston Scientific and Emerson Process Management, to showcase their work and ignite girls’ interest in STEM. Visitors will also meet university students majoring in STEM fields and girls from local high schools and middle schools involved in coding and robotics.
Enter to win 4 tickets to this special event on September 22nd! Just fill out the Rafflecopter form below with your information by Monday, September 17th at 11:00pm. Good luck!
(Disclosure: I was given complimentary passes in exchange for hosting this giveaway. However, I love all the fun things that the Works Museum is doing and all opinions are 100% mine!)