Special Edition PNO: Gingerbread Workshop

This event is no longer on sale.

Friday December 15

6:00 PM  –  9:00 PM

Special Edition Parents' Night Out @ Kidzu!

During this special edition PNO, kids are invited to explore our exhibits and create their very own Gingerbread Treehouse at Kidzu while parents enjoy an evening out!

This fun-filled night will include exhibit play & exploration, dinner from Alfredo's Pizza Villa, and a show to wind down at the end of the night. This is a drop-off (childcare) program for children ages 5-12 (must be *potty independent). Kids will have a chance to exercise their minds, bodies, imagination, and independence. Please note that children will have access to sugary foods and candy during this special edition program. 

To access other dates click on the "Other Dates" button above that will bring up a calendar.

Please note the following details about this program:

  • Cost is $45.00 per child
  • Drop-off begins at 6pm. Early drop-off at 5:30pm can be added for $5.00 per child. (This applies to all participants, including members.)
  • Members now save 20% on registration for this program! Discounts are applied at checkout. Be sure you're signed in with your membership account!
  • Please bring a water bottle labeled with your child's name to this program. 
  • Children are welcome to bring pillows/blankets for the show.  

Please note that online sales for this program end at 4pm on the day of the program. If you're looking to register your child for the program after 4pm, please call to speak with a Kidzu staff member to complete your registration (919) 933-1455.  If you would like to be added to the waitlist for a sold out date, please call the museum or email varney@kidzuchildrensmuseum.org

Walk-ins are welcome but subject to availability. Pre-registration is highly recommended for this program as it does frequently sell out. There are no refunds for this program; however, you are welcome to transfer your registration to any date we currently have posted.  

*Children must be potty independent to attend this program. Being potty independent means a child is able to communicate the need to go to the bathroom and complete the entire process on his or her own.  While staff supervise multiple group bathroom breaks during this program, they are not able to facilitate bathroom visits for children.