The American Museum of Natural History Announces Fall Social Calendar
The American Museum of Natural History will be kicking off its 2014-2015 social season in October with the annual Family Party, a favorite event among youngsters. Other highlights of the coming year will include the dazzling Museum Gala; the annual Museum Dance, consistently one of New York City's most popular junior events; the 25th Annual Environmental Lecture and Luncheon; and a range of fun gatherings for young professionals. Highlights include:
FAMILY PARTY-Tuesday, October 21
On Tuesday, October 21, from 5 to 7:30 pm, the 21st Annual Family Party-one of the Museum's best-loved traditions-features educational activities and entertainment for children of all ages. Children will have the opportunity to interact with live animals, measure skulls, look into microscopes, and explore the Family Party's "Museum Science Center," with opportunities to meet Museum scientists and learn about their ongoing work through hands-on activities and much more.
The 2014 Family Party Chairmen are Stephanie Coleman, Sloan Greenspan, Amy Griffin, Melissa and Carney Hawks, Kim and Greg Lippmann, Melissa Meister, Rebekah Mercer, Allison Mignone, Jacqueline Sackler, and Miriam Wermelt.
This year's Family Party is generously sponsored by Tiffany & Co.
Individual tickets are $85 for children and $175 for adults; ticket packages are also available. For event and ticket information, those interested can call 212-769-5165 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Proceeds from the evening help support the Museum's educational and scientific programming.
MUSEUM GALA-Thursday, November 20
The highlight of the fall season, the much-anticipated Museum Gala will be held on Thursday, November 20, from 7 to 11 pm. Over 700 guests are expected to attend this year's dazzling gala. The evening begins with cocktails in the Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda, followed by dinner and a live performance in the Milstein Family Hall of Ocean Life as well as a fabulous live auction of extraordinary items.
Proceeds from the evening help support the Museum's educational and scientific programming. For more information call 212-313-7161.
MUSEUM DANCE-Thursday, March 12, 2015
As New York City's longest-running junior benefit, the annual Museum Dance brings together influential and philanthropic young professionals to celebrate and raise essential funds for the Museum's scientific and educational programs, which enable thousands of underserved New York City school children to visit the Museum annually. Guests will have the opportunity to buy tickets to an intimate dinner or to join friends later in the evening for dessert, dancing, and a silent auction. For more information please call 212-313-7161.