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Kids for KiDiMu Walk is Saturday

   - Logo courtesy of Kids Discovery Museum
— image credit: Logo courtesy of Kids Discovery Museum

KiDiMu’s first-ever Kids for KiDiMu Walk is Saturday, May 3.

The Kids for KiDiMu Walk is an opportunity for children and families to have fun by being active, celebrating and exploring.

Every day young explorers come to the museum and are exposed to a whole host of hands-on learning opportunities. Thanks to the sponsorship of Harrison Medical Center, the Kids for KiDiMu Walk is taking that fun-loving spirit on a walk. Donning red T-shirts, walkers will start and end in front of the museum and be invited to participate in guided activities throughout the walk.

The walk is open to even the smallest of children, so it will be a short walk, but it will have all the pomp and circumstance of longer walks and runs.

As KiDiMu walkers cross the finish line back at the museum, they will be greeted with a much-deserved celebration, including a cool-down with Island Fitness and some healthy snacks. As part of the celebration, the acclaimed children’s music band Recess Monkey will be performing live outside the museum.

In addition to all of the festivities that will take place outside, there will be exploring to do inside as well. Kids Discovery Museum will be open and free for the day.

Register online at www.kidimu.org or the day of the walk at 9 a.m. Registration is $10 and includes the fun-filled walk, KiDiMu Walk T-shirt, a concert by Recess Monkey, and admission to the museum for the day.

 

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