What Happens at a Museum After-Hours?
Children love to do things that are forbidden and go to places they are not allowed. That is why Kids’ Night at the Museum appeals: Most of the time, no one is allowed into the Charles M. Schulz Museum after the doors are locked. But on this special night the rules change, and kids get to go inside. The little rebels will eat pizza, make a glitter leaf garland and other fall crafts, learn cartooning, play games, and watch a movie. The event, which is recommended for ages 5–10, will be held on September 18, 5–9 p.m., at the Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa. Tickets are $35 per child with $5 off for siblings. Register at schulzmuseum.org/calendar.