NEW YEAR’S NOON BASHHigh Steppers brass band to highlight Children's Museum of Houston New Year’s Eve celebration!December 31Special holiday hours 10 a.m.—3 p.m.Museum closed Jan. 1WHAT: New Year’s Noon is the city’s longest-running New Year’s Eve celebration just for kids! This end-of-year bash rings the New Year at the stroke of noon with a parade and drop of a vibrant ball, just like they do in Times Square, but kids won’t have to stay up till midnight!New Year’s Eve Parade with High…See More
5TH ANNUAL “HOME SWEET HOME” GINGERBREAD BASHLocal chefs design fabulous gingerbread homes for auction;Memorable holiday gingerbread house making for familiesSaturday, December 11Honorary Chairs: Michael and Melissa MithoffPresented by PaperCityWHAT: Bringing together families in the spirit of the season, the Children’s Museum of Houston will host its delightful, 5th Annual “Home Sweet Home” Gingerbread Bash. Filled with laughter, fun and of course…gingerbread, the evening’s events will feature…See More
December 9, 2010 at 10am to December 15, 2010 at 6pm
SEASONS OF SHARING: LAS POSADASChildren’s Museum of Houston celebrates Mexican holiday with piñatas, poinsettias and dance as part of Seasons of SharingDecember 9 – 15WHAT: Las Posadas commemorates Mary and Joseph's journey from Nazareth to Bethlehem in search of "posada" or refuge. During the nine-day holiday, Mexican villagers set out luminaries and form a procession through the streets in their honor ending with a nightly celebration!Celebrate Las Posadas as part of Seasons of Sharing,…See More
The Children’s Museum of Houston (CMH) was founded in 1980 by a group of Houston parents who hoped to elevate early childhood development to a community-wide priority. CMH provides bilingual family learning programs and educational services to a broad cross-section of families, including those who visit the Museum and/or access the services of area schools, childcare centers, community centers, public libraries, and social service agencies
We serve more children than any other children’s museum in the U. S., on a per square foot basis! We house 14 multidisciplinary and bilingual exhibits, a 166-seat auditorium, and the Parent Resource Library, which offers a diverse array of materials on parenting and early childhood education.
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