We have big plans for a new Children's Museum in Breckenridge! #fundingourforeverhome
Goal: $2.3 million
2001 - Founded and incorporated as a 501(c)(3)
2002 - Launched Summer Day Camp Program
2004 - Opened new location at 605 S. Park Ave
2007 - Established Kid's Night Out Program
2011 - Initiated Outreach Program to local schools
2015 - Began offering kid's activities for town events
March 2019 - Last day of operations at our location of 16 years due to building expansion
$313,000 raised with gifts and pledges!
Goal: $2.3 million
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In our new home we will have...
Museum Exhibit Space
A method based engineered environment designed for hands-on learning and engagement that promotes connections.
After School/Break Program
Throughout the academic school year, we will offer theme-based weeks emphasizing art, science, nature and STEM activities and outing to local enriching entities.
Kids' Night Out
An evening drop-off program in which MTCM serves well balanced meals, conducts science based experiments and projects, and provides engagement with Museum exhibit components.
Science-based concept workshops brought to local elementary schools and child care organizations.
With a permanent space, the program will grow exponentially as MTCM offers groups to visit for "in-house" workshop programming.
Strengthening Our Community
Enhancing community partnerships by integrating our youth and teen programs into local organizations such as Domus Pacis, Family Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC), Early Childhood Options, and building Hope, etc., to strengthen our community.
Providing family-friendly components to community-based events.
Within a year, a plan to develop a center that services young adults. The center will include life-on-life mentoring relationships with caring adults through community services opportunities, social activities and life skills courses.
Additional programming in the developmental stages will include:
Family Science Nights