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Residents can visit Children's Museum for free through local partnership
Published:
6/1/2016 12:12:09 PM


 

 
Charleston County residents can now visit The Children's Museum of the Lowcountry for free through a new partnership launched with Charleston County Public Library. Beginning today, Library cardholders can check out a free, week-long CML pass to enjoy and explore this local attraction.

Each of CCPL's sixteen branches will receive at least two passes that can be checked out by Charleston County Library members. Each family pass may be used to receive free admission into the Children's Museum for a family of up to six people within the same household for a period of seven days.

CML's mission is to spark imagination and stimulate curiosity for Lowcountry families, and this collaboration allows more families to visit the Museum and take advantage of a variety of educational opportunities they may not otherwise be able to access.

Nichole Myles, CML executive director, said the partnership lets the Museum better meet its goal of "introducing all of Charleston's youngest citizens to the power of play." She said it further strengthens the Museum's community partnerships, especially since both organizations are dedicated to providing educational opportunities to families in the area.

Cynthia Bledsoe, acting executive director of the library, praised the partnership as a great way to let local residents experience and enjoy all the educational opportunities offered by the Museum.
 

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