Adult Play Date
Eat, drink and explore all the exhibits you remember as a kid while also experiencing the Museum’s newest attractions.
Cost: $30 per person in advance
Must be 21+ to attend. No Kids allowed!
All proceeds raised from the event will support our Access for All program, an initiative that provides free admission and educational programming for children in need.
Juneteenth Youth Entrepreneur Showcase
The Magic House’s satellite location, MADE for Kids, is hosting an entrepreneur showcase featuring young African American entrepreneurs from Young Biz Kids as well as an educational opportunity to learn more about the Juneteenth holiday. As part of the experience, visitors will have the opportunity to connect with local youth entrepreneurs to gain tips for starting their own business. The young professionals will also have their products available for purchase onsite. Volunteers from Young Voices With Action will also be joining to help educate MADE for Kids visitors about Juneteenth and its historical significance.
Note: This event takes place at MADE for Kids, 5127 Delmar Boulevard
Cost: Included with MADE for Kids Admission
Star Wars Night
Calling all Jedi! Young Padawans and their families are invited to dress up like their favorite Star Wars characters for Star Wars night at The Magic House! Guests will enjoy an ice cream treat plus meet Darth Vader, Stormtroopers and more from a galaxy far, far away!
Registration fees are nonrefundable and nontransferable.
$15 per member
$22 per non-member
Community Mandala Mural
Saturday, July 10
Sunday, July 11
Let us join hands in creating a community mural where everyone gets to contribute towards a masterpiece. Mandala in Sanskrit means circle. It is an art form that depicts concentric meditative imagery that evoke feelings of calm, channel focus and concentration.
Cost: Free with Museum admission.
This session is part of the Namaste India Arts & Cultural Series, created to provide visitors of all ages with unique opportunities to experience Indian arts and culture. This series is made possible by the Kent Family Foundation.