Explore how your creativity could lead to starting your own business. Led by young entrepreneur Aniki Allen – founder of neckwear company Ice Cream Bow Ties – participants will brainstorm,
Explore how your creativity could lead to starting your own business. Led by young entrepreneur Aniki Allen – founder of neckwear company Ice Cream Bow Ties – participants will brainstorm, talk and share their ideas, create a logo and then present it. The last hour of the event is allotted for designing of their own bow tie from legos.
Class material is designed for youth 8 and up, youth under 5 not allowed.
This is a drop off class. Parents may drop off their child and pick up at the end of the workshop. Parents and siblings who want to stay and play in the museum while a child is participating in the workshop will need to purchase admission tickets or use their membership for museum admission. A parent waiting space will also be available for those who would like to stay in the building, but are not interested in playing in the museum. Adults with youth in class are also welcome to observe.
Drop-off waiver must be signed by a parent or guardian prior to entry to class.
Cost: $20 per person. Ticket price includes museum admission for event participants.
About Aniki Allen
Aniki Allen is an entrepreneur, innovator and philanthropist encouraging youth empowerment and entrepreneurship. Inspired by his love for cold treats and fashion, this young mogul founded Ice Cream Bow Ties, a neck wear company in 2016 when he was only 9 years young. Through creativity and play, he was able to create a unique bow tie made of Lego® pieces that all ages would love. His passion for encouraging youth entrepreneurship led him to establish Yungpreneur workshops. Aniki is currently a 6th grader and resides in the Twin Cities with his parents and his dog, Snow.
(Friday) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm