Minnesota Children’s Museum Promotes Play for Adults with Pints & Play series in February, March & April

by | Feb 18, 2016 | Press Release |

WHAT:  Here’s your chance to play with museum prototypes and enjoy some fabulous pints at Bauhaus Brew Labs. Bring your friends to see who can craft the fastest or farthest-flying paper airplane to test on our airplane launcher among other prototypes. And prizes did we mention prizes? Fastest, farthest or hippest you’ll just have to come and play to find out what you might win.

Pints & Play is a series of monthly social events for 21+ kids at heart. We’ll gather to enjoy a local pint or two and experience first-hand the innovation and creativity that comes from play. In other words, this is play for adults with the added bonus of enjoying some of the most creative beers in the metro area. Pints & Play is hosted at Minneapolis-St. Paul taprooms and facilitated by Minnesota Children’s Museum play experts. We’ll play, talk and have some fun all with some of the most interesting beverages being brewed in the metro area.

WHEN:  Tuesday, Feb. 23 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. plus more dates in March and April

WHERE:  Bauhaus Brew Labs, 1315 Tyler Street NE, Minneapolis

TICKETS:  $20 via Eventbrite (includes 1 beer and appetizers)

 WHY:  Play shouldn’t stop when you grow up. We’re not just trying to make you thirsty. We’re trying to get you — our adult community— to see how the power of play to makes our world more interesting and innovative. And that’s why we’re leading a series of play dates for adults at metro taprooms. Brewing — and play — have a lot in common:  they’re better with experimentation and they fuel creative and critical thinking.

 PHOTO/VIDEO: Media invited to the event. Media assets available online.

 CONTACT: Sara Kerr, skerr@mcm.org,

About Minnesota Children’s Museum

Minnesota Children’s Museum is dedicated to sparking children’s learning through play. Our vision: “Kids play more. Adults do, too.  We thrive as a happier, healthier and more innovative community through the radiant power of play.” The Museum, which first opened in 1981 and moved to downtown St. Paul in 1995, serves more than 460,000 visitors each year at its locations in St. Paul and Rochester, and reaches thousands more across the state through Smart Play Spots, Storyland exhibits and other programs. As the nation’s leading developer of traveling children’s museum exhibits, the Museum is a trailblazer in creating immersive learning environments, reaching more than 10 million children and adults in the United States, Canada and Mexico through the nation’s largest collection of children’s traveling exhibits. The Museum is consistently rated as one of the top children’s museums in the country by national media outlets such as Forbes and Parents and was named as a finalist for an Institute of Museum and Library Services Medal of Service, the nation’s highest honor conferred on museums and libraries. Follow Minnesota Children’s Museum on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or visit our blog.

 

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