*Reprinted with permission from the Bohm Theatre
Get your Minion on at Kids ‘N’ Stuff on July 9 from 4:15 – 5:30 PM, then head over to the Bohm Theatre to watch the premier showing of MINIONS at 6:00 PM (doors open at 5:15). From 5:15 – 5:45 PM, there will be live musical entertainment in the theatre.
Thanks to an anonymous donor, children can stop by Kids ‘N’ Stuff museum before the premier to make a Minions hat to wear to the event. There is no admission for this after-hours craft project at the Kids N Stuff Museum. On July 9 only, wear your Minions hat to the Bohm and receive $1.00 off a combo of any size. Admission to the film remains $6.50 for adults and $5.50 for children under 12.
The Bohm Theatre is excited to partner with Kids ‘N’ Stuff for this event. “We have been looking for a way to collaborate with Kids ‘N’ Stuff, and MINIONS has provided the perfect opportunity for that collaboration. Through this partnership, children will be exposed to both the visual and performing arts, and have a lot of fun!” Says Nancy Doyal, executive director of the Bohm Theatre.
MINIONS will be playing for a minimum of 2 weeks starting July 9 with special Minions concessions products available. For our regular screening times Thursday through Sunday, please call our movie line (517) 343-2116.
Kids ‘N’ Stuff is partnering with the Association of Children’s Museums and the Institute of Museum and Library Services to offer reduced admission for qualifying individuals as part of the Museums for All program. Through this program, Kids ‘N’ Stuff is able to offer $1.50 admission to those who present their EBT (Electronic Benefit Transfer) card and a valid form of ID.
Kids ‘N’ Stuff joins 27 other museums across the country to make sure everyone can experience the best museums have to offer, all for the lowest and most-affordable prices ever. To find other participating museums, visit: www.Museums4All.org.
“We believe cost shouldn’t be a limiting factor for families wanting to come visit the museum,” states Kids ‘N’ Stuff Executive Director, Audrey Dean. “The hope is to allow access for everyone and truly make Kids ‘N’ Stuff a Museum for All.”