Overnight at the Museum – Girls ONLY!

March 23, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – March 24, 2018 @ 8:00 am
White River Valley Museum
918 H St SE
Auburn, WA 98002
White River Valley Museum

Girls age 7-12 will love this totally girlie overnight packed with activities like games, scavenger hunts, crafts and more! A small snack will be served in the evening as well as a light breakfast in the morning.

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Museum Overnight Frequently Asked Questions

What should my children bring?
Children should bring a sleeping bag and pillow and should be dressed for sleep in comfortable clothing
such as sweats and tee-shirts- No revealing sleepwear or nightgowns. They should also come with any
necessary toiletries such as toothpaste and toothbrush, comb, and any medications.

What should we NOT bring?
Children should NOT bring the following items: Weapons of any kind, valuables, money, cell phones,
electronics, food or drink (snack will be provided by the museum) or gum.

Who will be on staff during the Overnight?
The Overnight at the Museum is staffed by a trained museum educator and regular museum volunteers.
Museum staff hold certifications in CPR and first aid and are background checked by the City of Auburn.

What kind of snack will the children receive?
Popcorn, fruit snacks and lemonade will be served in the evening and breakfast bars, go-gurts and water
bottles will be served in the morning. Please let us know if your child has dietary restrictions and we will
do our best to accommodate their needs.

What if my child becomes ill and needs to come home?
In the event that a child becomes ill you will be notified at the telephone number you provided in your
paperwork and museum staff will make your child available for pick-up.

When should I pick my child up?
Child pick-up is at 8am Saturday morning. A per hour rate will apply for the oversight of any child not
picked up from the museum by 8:30am.

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