MY Museum Children's Club (MC2)
Quote from a parent:
"giving my kids more ideas on how to help change the world"
MY Museum Children's Club (MC2) is a project designed by St Barbe Museum specifically to inspire children to be involved in the cultural shaping of our community. Using the museum as a platform, child-friendly - suitable for 6-11 years old - talks are hosted in the museum on the third Sunday of every month from 11.00am-12.00pm.
The topic of the talks and speakers are chosen for the variety of different themes they cover, for their charisma, and for the passion that distinguishes the presenters in their area of expertise. In combining all these elements, we hope to present new and inspiring role models, outside the family environment.
2019 TALKS... our focus for the rest of the year will be environmental changes, climate change, and how WE CAN make a difference.
PRICES, TERMS & CONDITIONS
Talks are designed for children between 6-15 years old.
If you are interested in joining our MC2 club please contact via email Paola Palma, Learning and Education Dept at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost of individual session
All our talks have an individual cost of £2.50 or see Club Membership for annual fee. Costs for Parents/Guardians is £1 which allows them to explore current exhibitions while the children are listening to the talks. Every child must be accompanied by an adult.
MC2 yearly membership has annual fee of £20 per child. The Membership can be purchased at the welcome desk.
Yearly membership provides very good value for money and entitles the child to a number of benefits, including 10% discount on all Child-led Activities, Pre-booked Children’s Workshops and Drop-in Sessions; 5% discount fees for the Children’s themed Birthday Parties in the museum - for more information please contact email@example.com or view our PDF here.
Affiliation to the MY Museum Children’s Club is intended as a way to inspire children to team up in a fun but educational club, but also to take an active part in the shaping of the development of the town as a child-friendly place to live.