Paso Robles Children’s Museum to reopen after 15 months • Paso Robles Press
It’s time to start playing again!
PASO ROBLES – On Tuesday June 15th, the Paso Robles Children’s Museum announced its reopening to the public on Friday June 18th.
The museum has been closed for 15 months and they are asking for community support to help open the doors.
The opening hours and days of the Museum will be modified over the next few months to be open from Friday to Monday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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“We are very happy to reopen the Museum safely and welcome back children and their families,” said Jennifer Smith of the Children’s Museum. “The museum has been closed for far too long and we can’t wait to see all the kids!”
Smith added, “Opening the doors is a big job, and we worked hard to get everything cleaned up and ready for a fun break. We could really use the help of the community because it was an expensive endeavor.
Donations to the Museum will be worth double! Thanks to the support of the Museum’s generous donor, every dollar will be matched up to $ 10,000 and will go directly to the Museum and the children and families who play there.
For more information on how you can help, please contact Jennifer Smith at [email protected] or visit the Museum’s website to donate.
About the Paso Robles Children’s Museum
The Paso Robles Volunteer Fire Station Children’s Museum is a 501 (c) non-profit organization that serves children and families of the general public. The Museum engages children in a joyful play-learning environment to inspire educational curiosity while honoring the legacy of our volunteer firefighters. The museum is located at 623 13th St. in the heart of downtown Paso Robles.