Events at the Amazeum bring the community together to create, discover, wonder and have fun. The Amazeum holds events for families, grown-ups and community groups throughout the year. Our events provide access for community groups to share their expertise, for families and grown-ups to connect with Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math in novel and interesting ways, and for the community to come together to learn, and, well, just have some fun playing together.
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These adult-only evenings (21 years and older) let the grown-ups play in the museum. Give your inner child time to play for a while without worrying about what the kids might think. Grown-up evenings make a great date night or fun group event. Why should kids have all the fun?
The Amazeum UnGala FUNdraiser is unlike any other fundraiser! We pull out all the stops, turn it up to eleven, and blow up the party balloons (sometimes literally) for our annual celebration of the people who make our programs possible. This is a gala experience you won't find anywhere else featuring unique activities and outrageous experiences. Proceeds support the Amazeum's diversity and inclusion programs. UnGala is for adults 21 and older.
We're all about making! We convene makers, tinkerers, artists, designers, and creatives of all kinds for Tinkerfest - a day to celebrate the creative spirit in all of us. This family-friendly day of making is unique to Northwest Arkansas and features many "today-only" experiences.
The celebration begins early around here on New Year's Eve! Bring the whole family out to create in the afternoon and Zing in the New Year with our traditional end-of-day balloon undrop!
We love our members! Many of them become like family we see them so often. We celebrate our members throughout the year with special member-only events.
The Amazeum hosts community groups each month to share their specific knowledge or skill. These events are included in paid admission or membership. Do you belong to a community group that has some unique skills to share? Contact Leslie Schuler at email@example.com.