Daddy Daughter Dance 2017

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You love her to the moon and back, so treat your little lady to a night that is out of this world complete with decorations, refreshments, music, dancing, and fun!

Enjoy an enchanted evening with your special little lady as the Daddy Daughter Dance returns Feb. 3 and 4 at the Hilton Hotel Ballroom from 6pm to 9pm each night.

Presented by Brenham National Bank and benefitting the Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley, this fundraiser alone accounts for almost 30 percent of the museums annual operating costs.

Friday night is recommended for daughters ages 7 and younger, and Saturday night is recommended for daughters ages 8 and older.

Dinner will be served, as well as deserts and snacks. Enjoy activities such as tote bag decorating, cookie decorating, dancing, appearances from beloved princesses, formal portraits, photo booths, and additional crafts and activities.

Tickets are $125 per daddy-daughter couple, and each additional daughter is $25. Children’s Museum members can save $25 per couple, and you can become a Children’s Museum member for as little as $80 per year.

About The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley:
The mission of The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley is to provide a child-centered, hands-on, interactive environment for learning and discovery. Since 1995, The Children’s Museum has welcomed tens of thousands of visitors through its doors and brought learning through play into actuality. While The Museum began as a museum without walls, today it is home to 12 different interactive, educational exhibits that foster a love of learning and inspire young minds throughout the years. The Museum also boasts special programming and reading times that are designed for children and families to learn together through play, to put into practice what children are learning in the classroom, and to take practical learning skills home for continued discovery. To learn more, visit www.cmbv.org.