Children’s museum hosts ribbon cutting at new play area
– The Paso Robles Children’s Museum held a private ribbon cutting Thursday afternoon at its new outdoor play installation, “Hero’s Park.”
There will be a public grand opening celebration this Sunday from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. The Paso Robles Rotary Club is sponsoring free admission to the museum on Sunday in honor of the grand opening.
This new, learn-through-play exhibit, geared toward children of all ages, will include an antique fire engine and custom-made club house designed and built by local treehouse builders, Daniel’s Wood Land. The interactive play area will also include outdoor exhibits to engage the children in physical play. Picnic tables will be available for snack time, lunch or just a place for the parents to relax while their kids explore and have fun.
The Martin family is a major donor of the project so it will include a sign that reads, “in memory of Tom Martin.”
The Children’s Museum at the Paso Robles Volunteer Firehouse is a non-profit 501(c) organization that serves children and families in the general public. The museum engages children in a joyful learn-through-play environment to inspire educational curiosity while honoring the heritage of our volunteer firefighters.
The museum is located at 623 13th St. in downtown Paso Robles. For more information call (805) 238-7432 or go to pasokids.org.