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We are ‘Out and About’ – Be sure to stop by!


As the Grand Forks Children's Museum accelerates from vision to reality, the museum is poised to become a pillar of our region. Our museum will play a vital role in our community, serving as a cultural hub, an educational center, the guardian of our area’s rich history and a place where children will visit with their family creating lasting memories and nurturing a love of learning! Our museum will become a place where familial generations connect, bridging the past and present.

 

The Grand Forks Children’s Museum is for the entire community, and until the museum opens, we intend to have a strong presence in our community. Over the next few months, you will see the Grand Forks Children’s Museum participate in local events throughout the community.

 

Here are just a few of the many events on our schedule, with more to come!

Date(s)

Event

Location

What to Expect from GFCM

3/12-3/14

Take a Break to Create - Artwise

Columbia Mall

Possible activity: paper making process with flower seeds to connect life cycle of plants

3/23

Marco Island Update

Marco Island, FL

Update on progress for ND residents visiting Marco

4/13

Pre-Concert Party

The Landing 60

Pre-concert celebration

4/13

Tom Brosseau & Friends Concert

Empire Art’s Center

Concert and fundraiser

4/14

Artwise Art Show

Columbia Mall

Color mixing activity

4/20

Hands On Learning Fair

Purpur Arena

Blue blocks and coloring activity

May  

Family Grow Night

TBD

TBD

6/8-6/9

Artfest

University Park

Blue blocks

6/19

Live Grand Wellness Expo

LaGrave

TBD

7/4

Sertoma 4th of July Event

Sertoma Park

Blue blocks

8/23-24

Downtown Street Fair

Grand Forks

Blue blocks

9/12

Oxford Realty Golf Outing

TBD

Golf fundraiser


Our children’s museum isn’t just a building—it will be a vibrant hub where community spirit grows and thrives. Through festivals and fairs, collaborations, and art initiatives, we will weave the museum into the fabric of our city. Our museum’s impact will extend far beyond our walls. As we continue to participate in community events, we remain committed to nurturing curious minds, celebrating diversity, and being a true pillar of our community.

See you in the neighborhood!

 

By Sally Miskavige, Grand Forks Children’s Museum Board Vice President

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