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Sparks May/June 2013

Inside this issue Coming Soon! H2Oh! Splash Luau That's a Wrap! Special Events/Programs Summer Camps Donor Spotlight FedEx Milestone

At The Katherine and John Dobbs Family Center

The Place Where Play IS Learning! “We create memorable learning experiences through the joy of play in hands-on exhibits and programs.”


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1. How much is admission to the H2Oh! Splash Park? Monday – Thursday, $4 for members and $8 for non-members. Friday – Sunday, $5 for members and $10 for non-members. Prices are subject to change. Please visit CMOM.COM for the most up-to-date information. 2. What are the operating hours for the H2Oh! Splash Park? Normal operating hours are 10am-6pm. Park times are subject to change due to weather and demand. Please visit CMOM.COM for the most up-to-date information. 3. When is opening day? Official opening day is scheduled for Memorial Day, May 27. Events could be rescheduled depending on local weather forecasts. Please visit CMOM.COM for the most up-to-date information. 4. Will there be age specific time blocks? No, the park was designed with a special toddler section (subject to change). Please visit CMOM.COM for the most up-to-date information. 5. What is the total number of people allowed on the splash pad? 165 6. Will Birthday Parties be allowed? Birthday parties are allowed only by purchasing a party package. No birthday cakes are allowed on the splash pad or in the museum without purchasing a party package. At this time regular birthday party packages do not include admission to the splash park. Admission is on a first-come first-serve basis. Groups and birthdays can buy regular admission to the splash park if space is available. Please visit CMOM.COM for the most up-to-date information. 7. Are picnics allowed? No outside food or drink is allowed in the splash park. Jason’s Deli is available with a limited menu. Snacks and picnic blankets are allowed on the front lawn. No lawn chairs or coolers are allowed. 8. Are there season passes? No, season passes are not available for the opening season due to capacity concerns. 9. What if the park closes due to weather? Every effort will be made by staff to keep an eye on local weather conditions. If storm conditions arise, ticket sales will be stopped. For those that have purchased tickets, there will be no refunds, but rain checks will be issued. A flag system will be implemented. 2


Grass Skirts, Hawaiian Shirts, Tiki Torch Lights and Tropical Delights, just some of the things that can be found, at the H2Oh! Splash Luau!

H2Oh! Splash Luau The Children’s Museum of Memphis at The Katherine and John Dobbs Family Center

Saturday, May 18 5:30-8:30pm Tickets $50 per person Dinner Buffet • Open Bar • Luau Activities Tropical Entertainment • Fabulous Raffle Giveaway Luau Attire Preferred Must be 21 or older to attend To purchase tickets Call 901-458-2678 or visit CMOM.COM Reservations Are Required Special Thanks

AnyThyme Catering Central BBQ Holliday Flowers and Events, Inc. The Lighting Source Makeda’s Cookies Memphis Brewers Assoc. Memphis Stone & Stucco Memphis WaterWorks

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That's a Wrap! Special Events at CMOM In March, CMOM visitors enjoyed two fun-filled events--the Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss event and the Spring Fling Eggstravaganza. The first event featured activities and crafts based on Dr. Seuss’s books. Guests were also able to take home a book from the Book Giveaway. And The Cat in the Hat made a special appearance, and delighted visitors of all ages. Later in the month, guests enjoyed the Spring Fling Eggs-travaganza. Children enjoyed age-specific egg hunts. There was even an adult egg hunt, in which the mommies and daddies participated! Kids enjoyed games, crafts, face painting, the Kiddy Express Train, and entertainment from jazz band Standby for Mars and the dance group Sones De Me Pueblo. Visitors also got a chance to pet very cute bunnies and meet the Easter Bunny! On April 19, girls young and young at heart enjoyed CMOM’s first Girls’ Night Out event. Participants designed their own T-shirts, enjoyed a pizza party and ice cream sundaes, and pampered themselves with manicures and glamour photos. Those who came also boogied to fun line dances, sang karaoke, participated in Zumba and yoga. More fun-filled events are coming to CMOM soon!

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Cinco de Mayo Celebration! Saturday, May 4, 12-2pm

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oin us as we celebrate and remember the Battle of Puebla, sometimes called the victory of the underdogs. Learn about the Mexican culture as we play the Cinco de Mayo Human Tic-Tac-Toe game, dance the Mexican Hat dance, make mariachi guitars and maracas to play along with the authentic Spanish band and make newspaper sombreros for the parade of hats. At 1 pm, we're even creating indoor fireworks with bubble wrap that we will all pop at the same time. Don't miss our special guests that will lead the parade of hats through the museum at 2 pm. All activities are included with museum admission.

Dinosaur Dinner with Dad! Friday, June 14, 6-8pm

Everyone in the family is in for a ROARING good time as we celebrate Father's Day with a Dinosaur Dinner and a special gift for dad. Hear aged dinosaur tales, enjoy a gigantic dinosaur dig with prizes and even devour a delicious dino-sized meal as you watch movies and make your own cast of a real dinosaur tooth. No one will want to miss taking a picture with the dinosaur and other pre-historic characters lurking around. It doesn't matter if you are a meat-eater, a plant-eater or both, bring your giant-sized appetite, your dad and all the little dinosaur lovers in your family and join us for this wonderful event celebrating dads. Tickets are $25 per person. Call 901-458-2678 or visit CMOM.COM to purchase tickets today!

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Discovery Camps

Registration for our Summer Discovery Camps, led by our very own museum educators and staff, has begun. Experienced guest speakers and artists will be on hand for each camp to complement the weekly curricula. We’re offering these innovative camps to open a whole new world of learning in a safe, funpacked, hands-on environment for only $150 per week. Camps meet from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. You’ll find something for everyone in these funpacked escapades. Check out the camp descriptions and sign up today as space is limited. Lunches and snacks are provided daily. Call 901-458-2678, ext. 221 to reserve your child’s spot today! Payment is due in full at time of registration.

DISCOVERY SUMMER CAMP DESCRIPTIONS July 1 – 5 Shipwrecked Treasures Adventure Camp Come uncover lost treasures of explorers and settlers from shipwreck discoveries and expeditions around the world. We’ll go on a treasure hunt and dig for gold as we walk through history books and learn about pirates from some of the most famous shipwrecks of all time. July 8 – 12 Red Bird, Blue Bird Discovery Camp This camp is not just for the birds. Children become friends to the birds as they learn more about these feathery creatures of flight and increase knowledge about their daily activities. July 15 – 19 Out of This World Space Camp This camp is only for the space invaders as we explore wonders that are out of this world. Your child learns about the planets in the solar system, the galaxies, black holes and space travel. July 22 – 26 Dinosaur Camp Enjoy learning about amazing, mighty creatures that lived millions of years ago. This camp explores the meat-eating and planteating dinosaurs as we build our own. Also, learn about ancient fossils and uncover dinosaurs’ habitats. July 29 – Aug. 2 Rabbit in the Hat Magic Camp Your child is introduced to basic concepts in magic and learns to perform grand illusions using sleight of hand, coin handling, and rope tricks. Aug 5 – 9 My 1st Classroom Ages 3-4 So the older children are excited about returning to school. . . Well join in the excitement as you go to school too. This camp helps pre-schoolers prepare for “real” school. We’ll have subjects in math, reading, and science just like “big” school but tailored to meet the needs of pre-school learning. Ring the bell, school's about to start!

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W I Spy - Color of the Day, 11am

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Fiesta con Burbujita - Nuestra Casa, 11:30am

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Family Trivia - Animals, 3:30pm

Mother's Day Memories, 11am1pm

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Fiesta con Burbujita Numbers, 11:30am

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My First Book Club - The Vegetables Go to Bed, 10am

Alphabet Adventrue, 4pm

Nature Walk Art - Paper Bag Bird's Nest, 3pm

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Rainforest Round-Up, 3:30pm

Tot Art - Popsicle Stick Painting, 10am

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Greek Folk Dance Fun Kalamatiano, 2pm

May Flowers, 12pm Mini May Day, 2pm

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Fiesta con Burbujita - The Rainbow, 12pm

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Fabulous Fine Art Jackson Pollock, 3:30pm

H2Oh! Splash Opening Day (See page 2)

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Spanish Fiesta with Bubbles, 11:30am Silly Science - Diet Coke and Mentos, 3:30pm

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Nuestro Mundo - El Desierto, 11:30am

My First Book Club - Spoon, 10am

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May Flowers, 12pm

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Fabulous Fine Art Thomas Gainsborough, 3:30pm

Tot Art Cornstarch Painting, 10am

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Nature Walk Art - Felt n' Hay Robin Scene, pm

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My First Book Club - Llama Llama Misses Mama, 10am

Search Party - Summer Signs, 2pm

My First Book Club - Hop on Pop, 10am

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Early Music - Laughing Cups Instrument Fun 3pm

Blooming Art Flower Painting, 11am

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Creature Feature - The Elephant, 4pm

Creature Feature The Butterfly, 11am

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Search Party - Summer Signs, 4pm

Tot Art - Feather Painting, 10am

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Center Stage Play Time Pinocchio, 12:30pm

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Spanish Word of the Day - Primos, 12:30pm Nature Walk Art - Loopy Yarn Butterflies, 2pm

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Creature Feature - The Elephant, 3:30pm

Dia de las Madres, 11am

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Mini Maestro - Vivaldi Spring Depictions, 3pm

Center Stage Play Time - Cinderella, 11:30am

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Book and Paper Arts - Sparkly Tissue-Bleed Paper, 1pm Mini May Day, 3:30pm

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Legends of Latin America - Aztec Legend of the Moon and the Sun, 11am

Magic Moments, 11am

Mini Maestro - Peter and the Wolf Comics, 2pm

H2Oh! Splash Luau, 5:308:30pm (See page 3)

Book Worms - Whistle for Willie, 3:30pm

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I Spy - Color of the Day, 11am

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Mini Maestro - Candy Composing, 2:30pm

Nature Walk Art - Paper Plate Book Worms - A Letter n' Popsicle Stick Sunflowers, to Amy, 4pm 3:30pm

Tot Art - Yarn Art, 10am

Cinco De Mayo Celebration! 12p-2m (See page 6)

Afternoon Art - Raised Salt Painting, 2pm

The Forest Find, 1pm

Spanish Word of the Day - Dulces, 1pm

Creature Feature - The Butterfly, 3:30pm

Grecian Foreign Feature - Greeting Cards, 11am

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Mother's Day Memories, 4pm

Early Music - Homemade Bottle Horn!, 3:30pm

Children's Literature Trivia, 3:30pm

Blooming Art - Apple Print Flowers, 11am

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Mujeres en la Historia Cleopatra, 12:30pm

Fabulous Fine Art Vincent Van Gogh, 3:30pm

Legends of Latin America - "el ojo de venado", 11:30am

Tot Art - Bubble Wrap Prints, 10am

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Circus Acts Juggling, 11:30pm

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Mini Maestro - Water Color Interpretations, 2:30pm Rainforest Round-Up, 4pm

The Forest Find, 3pm

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Center Stage Playtime - Beauty and the Beast, 11:30am

Alphabet Adventure, 1pm Book and Paper Arts Travel Journals, 3pm


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Puppet Theater The Lion and the Mouse, 11:30am

Nature Walk Art - Sea Shell Clay Mosaics, 2pm The Tie Trail, 4pm

Los Listones Game, 11am

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Center Stage Play Time - The Emporer's New Clothes, 2pm

Fabulous Fine Art Frederic Remington, 3:30pm

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Father's Day Art, 10am The Tie Trail, 2pm

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Fiesta con Burbujita, 11:30am

My First Book Club - The Blushful Hippopotamus, 10am

Father's Day Art, 3pm

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Spanish Fiesta with Bubbles, 12:30pm Fabulous Fine Art - Maurice Sendak, 3:30pm

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Alphabet Adventure, 11:30am

Team Trivia - Fun Farm Facts, 3:30pm

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My First Book Club - Gaspard and Lisa at the Museum, 10am Early Music Harmonica, 2pm

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Recycled Art, 11am

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Sunny Day Art - CombPainted Rainbows, 3pm

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Tot Art - Milk Paint, 10am

Silly Science - Lunch Bag Kaboom, 12pm Book and Paper Art Pamphlet Yarn Books, 3:30pm

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Tot Art - Heart Prints, 10am Women in History - Anne Frank, 1pm

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Creature Feature - The Snake, 4pm

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A Little Bird Tale, 11:30am

Creature Feature - The Giraffe, 1:30pm Mini Maestro - A Storm from Vivaldi's "Summer", 3pm

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Flag Day, 10:30am

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Mini Maestro Legos and Rhythms, 2pm

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Book Worms - Katie and the Spanish Princess, 3:30pm

Dinosaur Dinner with Dad, 6-8pm (See Page 6)

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Grecian Foreign Feature - Greek Letter Name Plates, 11am Folk Dancing - Mayim Mayim Israeli Folk Dance, 2:30pm

Spanish Words of the Day - 11:30am

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Center Stage Play Time Emperor's New Clothes, 2pm Search Party - Summer Sun, 12pm

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Move & Groove Hot Lava, 4pm

Spanish Fiesta with Bubbles, 10:30pm

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Fabulous Fine Art - Piet Mondrian, 3:30pm

Spanish Fiesta with Bubbles, 10:30pm

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Fabulous Fine Art Jasper Johns, 3:30pm

My First Book Club - Find-aSaurus, 10am

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Team Trivia - Planets, 3:30pm

Eye Spy, 2:30pm

My First Book Club - A Mud Pie for Mother, 10am

Creature Feature The Giraffe, 11am

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Early Music - Straw Oboes, 12:30pm Move & Groove - Dance Party, 3:30pm

Recycled Art, 11am Creature Feature The Snake, 3:30pm

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Tot Art - Paint Blobs, 10am

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Magic Madness, 12:30pm

Summer Is Here!, 10:30pm

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Silly Science - Lunch Bag Kaboom, 12pm

Book and Paper Art - Leaf Print Accordian Books, Book Worms - Olive's 3pm Pirate Party, 3:30pm

Tot Art - Sponge Prints, 10am

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Book and Paper Art Texture Print Paper Art, 3pm Sunny Day Art - CombPainted Rainbows, 4pm

Eye Spy, 10am

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Book Worms Flight of the Dodo, 12pm Min Maestro - Sidewalk Chalk Music Lesson, 3pm

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Best Friends Day, 11:30am

Nature Walk Art - Acrylic and Wood Leaf Prints, 1pm Move & Groove - Dance Party, 3:30pm

Search Party Summer Sun, 10am

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Spanish Word of the Day - Papa or Padre Abuelo, 12pm

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Nature Walk Art - Leaf and Flower Petal Portraits, 3pm

Nuestro Mundo La Sabana Africana, 11:30pm

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Move & Groove - Hot Lava, 4pm

Alphabet Adventure, 10:30am

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Nature Walk Art Summer Seed Mosaics, 1pm Be a Clown for a Day, 3:30pm

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Thanks to Our Members and Donors!

LEGACY MEMBERS 5 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Albonetti Mr. and Mrs. Brian Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Terrence McBride Ms. Vonda Milnor and Ms. Constance Myers Mr. and Mrs. Prince Osei Mr. and Mrs. Chetan Parekh Mr. Brad Silver and Ms. Nancy Coffee Ms. Christine Sinnock and Ms. Shelia Tankersley Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Sweazy Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ward Dr. and Mrs. Ben Zarzaur

6 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Jason Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Rob Carson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donato Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Keny Hatley Mr. Mark Jellison Dr. and Mrs. L.M. Michael Mr. and Mrs. Matt Miller Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oates Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Patton Dr. Ibrahim Qaddoumi and Mrs. Tharwa Bilbeisi Mr. and Mrs. David Quinn Rabbi David Radinsky and Mrs. Barbara Radinsky Mr. and Mrs. David Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Craig Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Sanes Mr. and Mrs. John Shelley Dr. and Mrs. Todd Tobias 7 YEARS Dr. Tim Fabian Mr. Syed Jamil and Ms. Stacy Harrison Dr. and Mrs. Carle Kalsi Mr. and Mrs. Avery Lubin Dr. and Mrs. John Obenauer Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Pulley 8 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Tim Flack Mr. and Mrs. Omar Ghandour Mr. Eric Hudson and Mrs. Patricia Dewey Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Kane Mr. David Pike Mr. and Mrs. Mark Whitehead 9 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. 10

Brad Martin Michael Sicuro John Wilbourn Gary Zyriek

10 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Anderson Ms. Faith Barcroft Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brady Mr. and Mrs. William Deupree Mr. and Mrs. James Folz Mr. and Mrs. Carmelo Siligato

11 YEARS Dr. Mike Lacy and Dr. Susan Lacy Mr. and Mrs. Greg Livingston 12 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Dan McAdams 17 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Milan Obradovic Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Ostrow 21 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Farnsworth 23 YEARS Ms. Meryl Rosen and Ms. Elizabeth Rosen

Ms. Terri Smith Mr. and Mrs. Philip Spinosa Mr. and Mrs. Scott Stafford Micajah Sturdivant Mr. Will Taylor Ms. Stephanie Thames Mr. and Mrs. Kerr Tigrett Mr. and Mrs. G. Carroll Todd Ms. Suzanne Varner Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Wages Mr. Ed Wallis Mr. and Mrs. William Watkins Ms. Kim Webb Mrs. Deidra Weiner and Mr. Don Wiener Mr. and Mrs. Steven Welch Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Dr. and Mrs. William Widdop Ms. Candice Wilder Mr. Jack Wohrman Zoccola Kaplan, PLLC YEC GIFTS Ms. Faith Barcroft Ms. Patricia Demetriou Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lechner Mr. and Mrs. William Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shipman Mayor and Mrs. A.C. Wharton

DONORS GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ansbro Babcock Gifts Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Biddle IN-KIND GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. B. Boyle 4 Memphis Magazine Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Burke Abbays Chartre Companies Athens Distributing Co. Mr. and Mrs. William Cox Budweiser Diversified Trust Clear Channel Outdoor Mr. and Mrs. John Dobbs Comcast Cable Mr. and Mrs. Brian Estes Ms. Debbie Crawford Etcetera Fastsigns Ms. Amy Golden Mr. and Mrs. William French Grinder, Taber and Grinder, Inc. Inferno IBERIABANK Jimmy Whittington Lumber Mr. and Mrs. Michael Keeney LSI Kroger Company MACS/AMAX Talent Agency Ms. Jennifer Lamb Mahaffey Tent Mrs. Amanda LeMay and Ms. Melissa Nolan's, Inc. Goldtuss Oak Hall Ms. Alyana Lewis Pepsi of Memphis Lexus of Memphis Sally Johnson Shy Foundation Ms. Jennifer McCullough Toof Commercial Printing Mr. Brian Moak Whole Foods Mr. Shannon Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Pace Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Phillips If we missed your name, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Rhett Ms. Allison Rogers please contact us at 458-2678 Mr. and Mrs. King Rogers so that we may include it in Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rogin Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Scrugham the next issue of Sparks! Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Sellers Mr. and Mrs. Martin Shea Silverleafe Capital Partners


Donor Spotlight International Paper is a global leader in the paper and packaging industry and supplies a wide range of products that people rely on every day. The company produces uncoated papers and industrial and consumer packaging. Through xpedx, its North American distribution business, the company also offers printing, packaging, graphic arts, and maintenance and industrial products. International Paper has a mission to improve the world, today and for generations to come, by using renewable resources to make products people depend on every day. International Paper makes things that weave our world together, but making what matters is much more than manufacturing and distribution. What makes International Paper is their commitment to do the right things, in the right way, for the right reasons. They want the communities around the world to recognize them as neighbors, employers and environmental stewards. Their impact touches hundreds of communitybased non-profit organizations in the communities where IP employees live and work with the goal of making people's lives better. International Paper has been a long-time supporter of The Children’s Museum of Memphis. As Title Sponsor of the CMOM Golf Scramble and Presenting Sponsor of Cirque du CMOM, IP has helped to support educational programs at CMOM for many years. The Treehouse exhibit at CMOM, that was built and continues to be maintained by International Paper, is always a favorite among guests! In addition to financial sponsorships, International Paper employees have always been the best volunteers, providing countless hours serving as board members and committee members to help CMOM become what it is today! Thank you to International Paper and its employees for all you do for The Children’s Museum of Memphis!

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1,000,000 Packages "Shipped" Through FedEx at CMOM! Congratulations to Shakayla Davis from Marion, Arkansas! She cranked the 1,000,000th package through the FedEx plane at CMOM!

General Information Location 2525 Central Avenue, at the corner of Central & Hollywood, next to the Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium.

Hours Open 7 Days a Week 9am-5pm Closed Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day

Mailing Address The Children’s Museum of Memphis The Katherine and John Dobbs Family Center 2525 Central Avenue Memphis, TN 38104-5926

Admission Ages 1-100: $12 Museum Members: FREE

CMOM.COM info@cmom.com

Internet

Directory Administration: 458-2678 Fax: 458-4033 Admissions: 458-2678, ext. 235 Birthday Hotline: 458-2678, ext. 224 Chief Executive Officer: 283-4163 Development & Donations: 283-4163 Education: 458-2678, ext. 230 Exhibits: 458-2678, ext. 244 Finance and Accounting: 458-2678, ext. 231 Group Information: 458-2678, ext. 232 Group Reservations: 458-2678, ext. 221 Meeting Space: 458-2678, ext. 229 Membership: 458-2678, ext. 225 Programs: 458-2678, ext. 245 PR & Marketing: 458-2678, ext. 234 The Village Toymaker: 320-3166 Visitor & Volunteer Services: 458-2678, ext. 243

The museum accepts checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover & American Express. Newsletter Sparks is posted online six times annually by The Children’s Museum of Memphis. Carrie Roberts Sparks Editor & Designer The Children’s Museum of Memphis at The Katherine and John Dobbs Family Center 2525 Central Avenue Memphis, TN 38104-5926 458-2678, ext. 234 marketing@cmom.com

Board of Trustees Executive Committee Dick Tillman, President Anna McQuiston Holtzclaw, Vice President Alex Taylor Wiley III, Treasurer Lucia Heros, Secretary Jon Bascom Ron Kastner Elvira R. Ormseth Bill Widdop, Past President Board Members Dr. Jara Best-Jones Phillip C. Blum Joe Brown Dennis Colley Joseph Dandan Melika Burrow-Dillihunt Katherine Dobbs Katina Gaines Caren B. Nichol Brett Shanaman Carey Snider William Taylor Keith R. Townsend Peter White Bill Widdop Bob Craddock, Museum Attorney Founders

Mars Child Polly Glotzbach Harriet McFadden Harry Phillips (deceased)

Advisory Board Alison Barton Pat Demere Heather Grosvenor Julie Hussey JJ Keras Ellen Klyce Janie Lowery Harriet McFadden Missy Rainer

©2013 The Children’s Museum of Memphis


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