According to some people, 2012 will see the end of the world. Even if that’s true, it won’t have been a bad year for the Pink Palace.
Executive Jeffrey R. Wills, President Sudhir K. Agrawal, Sr. Vice President/ President Elect
Joy R. Bowen, Treasurer Casey Shannon, General Counsel Jan Connor, Secretary/Friends President Cindy Childress, Friends Vice President Elect Ron Coleman, Vice President/Chair Planetarium Capital Campaign
TRUSTEES Jerry C. Beyl Peggy Bodine James T. Dalton Stephen R. Franklin Jim Harwood Gene Henson Odell Horton, Jr. Lisa Lichterman Leach
John Levesque David Liebetreu Rita Moore Brent Nair Edward M. Rafalski Kevin Thompson Margaret H. West
HONORARY TRUSTEE FOR LIFE
We have made great progress on our Master Plan with major support for full-dome theater in the Planetarium coming from Auto Zone. Equally important is the generous support for the reinvention of the Pink Palace Mansion itself, pledged by the Kemmons Wilson Family Foundation. Our deepest thanks to both of those wonderfully civic minded groups. Their support has provided a good launching pad for our capital projects while they are still in the early planning phases. You’ll be hearing more about these projects and others in the coming months. There is still more good news. Not only are we having success with our future projects, but we are having success with our “old friends.” Mallory-Neely House will reopen to the public November 9. Funding is tight. The House will be open Fridays and Saturdays only…but we are open. The Magevney House will also open in the near future. It’s wonderful to be able to offer people the opportunity to experience our historic properties and also wonderful to be making such progress on our plans for improving the Pink Palace. So, here's to a great 2012 and an even better 2013.
Steve Pike, Director of Museums
Richard S. Bodine Immediate Past President
EX-OFFICIO Janet Hooks Steve Pike The operation of the Pink Palace Family of Museums is a successful public-private partnership. In this joint venture, the City of Memphis provides 50% of the operating cost with the remaining 50% provided through charitable giving and earned revenue by Memphis Museums, Inc. Museum Scope Editor, Ronda Cloud Museum Scope Designer, Samantha Chron volume twenty-TWO, issue six Museum Scope, issn 0145-6555, is published six times a year by the Pink Palace Family of Museums, 3050 Central Avenue, Memphis,TN 38111. Annual subscription is provided with a value of $6.50 per paid membership. periodicals postage paid at Memphis, TN. Postmaster: send address changes to Museum Scope, 3050 Central Avenue
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Table of Contents:
Monday - Saturday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Sunday: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Board of Trustees
CTI IMAX OPEN MON - SUN SHARPE PLANETARIUM OPEN TUES - sat
CTI IMAX Theater
Lichterman Nature Center
Holiday Fun at the Pink Palace
p. 7, 8
Friends of the Pink Palace
Between the Lines
Mallory-Neely House hours:
Friday - Saturday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
bella caffe OPEN during museum hours Pink Palace Museum, IMAX® & Planetarium 3050 Central Avenue • Memphis, TN 38111
For Showtimes & Ticket Information: 901.636.2362
Lichterman Nature Center hours: Tuesday - Thursday: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Friday - Saturday: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Lichterman Nature Center 5992 Quince Rd. • Memphis, TN 38119
For Program & Ticket Information: 901.767.7322 ext. 100
Mallory-Neely House 652 Adams Avenue • Memphis, TN 38105
For Tour & Ticket Information: 901.523.1484
Mallory-Neely House Re-Opens! Friday, Nov 9 The Mallory-Neely House is re-opening, and we couldn't be more excited! Visit the only historic property in Memphis to retain most of its original furnishings when it re-opens to the public November 9. Built in 1852 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 25 room home contains beautifully stenciled and hand painted ceilings, parquet flooring, and stained-glass windows purchased at the 1893 Chicago Worldâ€™s Fair. Dating back to c. 1890, the original slate roof of the Mallory-Neely House has been replaced with a new roof that matches the original in every way. This new roof should last for another hundred years and help ensure the beauty of the property. In addition, the MalloryNeely House is now compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act and is accessible on the first floor to visitors in wheelchairs. Admission to Mallory-Neely House is free for Pink Palace Family of Museum members.
Open beginning November 9 Friday & Saturday: 10am - 4pm (Last tour starts at 3pm)
Thanks for your support! The Pink Palace Family of Museums would like to thank all of the sponsors who have helped give new life to the Mallory-Neely House... We couldn't have done it without you! Thanks to: DAR, SAR, C.A.R. Chapter House, Inc. The Friends of the Pink Palace Bill and Dana McKelvy
The Light Before Christmas
Santa Vs. the Snowman
Nov 17 – Dec 31
Nov 17 – Dec 31
Watch as two children magically find themselves as characters in the classic tale, “The Night Before Christmas,” and experience the wonder and delight of Santa’s visit, complete with elves and reindeer!
See this heartwarming story of a lonely snowman who is swept away by the magical wonders of Santa’s village, only to become jealous of all the attention Santa gets at Christmas.
Buy One, Get One at the Imax
IMAx Film Fest 2013
Ending Nov 16
Coming Soon! (Jan 2, 2013 - Mar 1, 2013)
Buy any IMAX ticket at the Pink Palace box office through November 16, and get a FREE ticket to see Born to Be Wild!
Start the new year with an IMAX Film Festival at the Pink Palace Museum! Films include: To the Arctic, Tornado Alley, Born to Be Wild, The Living Sea, Flying Monsters, and To Fly!
Enchanted forest Nov 17 â€“ Dec 31 Presented by the TWIGS of Le Bonheur, the Enchanted Forest Festival of Trees is a holiday delight for children of all ages. Find your way through a forest of beautifully decorated trees, journey through a gingerbread village, and make your way to Mr. Christmas himself to take pictures with the one and only Santa Claus!
Weavers of the earth: Native American Baskets Coming Soon! (Jan 24, 2013 â€“ May 12, 2013) Take a look at the important role played by basketweaving as Weaver's of the Earth: Native American Baskets teaches us about some of the earliest complex objects made by humans.
TYRA! Pink Palace WElcomes Tyra!
Pretty Please, can we keep him?
The Pink Palace Museum is proud to welcome its newest permanent resident: Tyra. Congratulations to 3 yr. old Cyrus Smith for submitting the winning name in our Name the T-Rex contest! We look forward to spending many happy years with our new friend!
If you've been to the Museum lately, you might have noticed Stan - the first full-sized T-Rex skeleton to ever come to Memphis! With your help, we can give this temporary visitor a permanent place at the Pink Palace. Stop by the Museum and donate to Save Stan! 4
Star of Wonder Nov 17 â€“ Dec 30 Go back over 2,000 years to examine a mystery found in the Book of Matthew. What was the star of the Magi? A natural phenomenon should lend itself to scientific investigation. Using current scientific thought, can this and other events mentioned the Bible along with other historical records help to pinpoint the birth date of Jesus? Find out by joining us for this reverent retelling of the Christmas story.
Wonders of a Winter Night Dec 1 â€“ Feb 23 Tour through the current seasonal skies showing sky objects, and constellations, with historical notes, classical Greek mythology, constellation related stories, and amajor astronomical events of the season.
Bad astronomy Ending Nov16 Join the Dr. Phil Plait, as he debunks various misconceptions of the universe and invites the audience members to use critical thinking to do so for themselves. Based on the book Bad Astronomy by Dr. Phil Plait.
Autumn Nights Ending Nov 24 Here are the stars that shine in the fall night sky along with meteor showers, such as the Orionids, Leonids and Geminids. Learn the mythology behind the constellations including Perseus and his mighty winged horse, Pegasus!
Myths and Misconceptions
scarecrows! & Branching out Ending Nov 16 See how nature and imagination combine with two of Lichterman’s most creative exhibits! Scarecrows showcases a variety of life size creations made from everything from straw to glass bottles, while Branching Out brings new life to natural objects by transforming them into fantastical sculptures. Be sure to see these exhibits while you still can!
Lichterman Welcomes Strix, Dreamsicle, and Daffodil to its family Lichterman would like to welcome its newest residents: Strix the Barred Owl, Dreamsicle the Albino Corn Snake, and Daffodil, the baby oppossum. Strix is a wild bird with a permanent wing injury from a car accident. The Lichterman staff is training him for a new life as an animal ambassador. He has joined Dreamsicle and Daffodil on our teaching staff. Visit Lichterman and meet Strix, Dreamsicle, and Daffodil!
Trail Blazin’ Volunteers
Tuesdays – Saturdays (12pm)
3rd Saturday in Nov and Dec (9am – 12pm)
Watch the Backyard Wildlife Center’s animal keepers feed the animals at 12 noon. Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday: Box Turtle; Wednesday: Red Tailed Hawk; Friday: Snakes.
Organized by Volunteer Mid-South. Trail Blazers help keep our pathways clear. Bring your gloves and we’ll provide the lemonade. 6
Holiday Fun Santa Lands at the Pink palace! Nov 17, 9am Join Enchanted Forest's Honorary Chair Lilli Eggers, a 7 yr. old former Le Bonheur patient, and greet Santa Claus as he journeys from the North Pole to the Pink Palace via helicopter, to open the Enchanted Forest Festival of Trees. Join Kay Manley for a KIX 106 live remote from 8 9am. Bella Caffe will be on the lawn selling delicious hot coffee, hot chocolate, and pastries!
Pictures with santa! Nov 17 â€“ Dec 24 Photo packages $10 - $30
Enchanted forest festival of trees Avenues of beautiful trees decorated by professional designers, individuals, and local organizations sparkle throughout the Pink Palace.
Enchanted Forest Fridays The Enchanted Forest is even more magical at night! Visit the Enchanted Forest, IMAX, Planetarium, and Bella Caffe Fridays, December 7, 14, & 21 from 9am - 9pm.
Gingerbread village A snow-covered village of scrumptious creations awaits you!
Cozy up to Christmas Step out of the forest and into the wonderful world of IMAXÂŽ with two of our most beloved big screen films: Santa vs. the Snowman and The Light Before Christmas!
FRIDAy night showtimes Dec 7, 14, & 21 (Times subject to change.) 6pm & 8pm: Santa vs. the Snowman 7pm: The Light Before Christmas 7
at the Pink Palace!
Warm your heart with holiday treats Enchanted Forest Honorary Chair Lilli Eggers. Photo by Susan Riddle Duke Photography.
Looking for a tasty treat to help complete your holiday experience at the Pink Palace? Stop by Bella Caffe for a selection of scrumptious delights to warm your heart and ease your mind. Try the following holiday menu items: Pumpkin Pie Chai, Gingerbread Latte, Caramel Apple Cider, Pumpkin Pie Frappe, Peppermint Biscotti, and a delicious variety of soups!
Enchanted Members night! Join us 5:30 - 8:30pm on Dec 6 for special showings of Santa vs. the Snowman, The Light Before Christmas, Star of Wonder, and the Enchanted Forest Festival of Trees!
Wonder at the stars Journey to the past and into the night sky as we use science to learn about the star of the Magi in this prized planetarium tale.
FRIDAy night showtimes Dec 7, 14, & 21 (Times subject to change.) 6pm: Star of Wonder 7pm: Star of Wonder
Holiday Magic of Science November 17 & 24 @ 12 noon December 1, 8, 15 & 17-21 @ 12 noon Learn how to deck the halls this holiday season as you participate in demonstrations of physical science at the Pink Palace Museum! 路 See snow appear before your very eyes! 路 Find out why tinsel is so sticky! 路 Use your palms to play a holiday song! 8
gifts for every occasion!
Why waste time bustling around town when the perfect gifts for your loved ones can be found all in one place?
Get an early start on your holiday shopping and save big at the Pink Palace Museum Store!
The Pink Palace Museum Store is your one stop shopping destination for all your holiday gift-giving needs! Brighten the eyes of the children in your life with a fun and educational board game, give them something to snuggle up to at night with a cuddly polar bear or dinosaur, or teach them the joys of reading with an awe inspiring book.
Items pictured are not to scale.
Got the kids taken care of? The Museum Store has a wonderful selection of beautiful jewelry and gifts that are sure to bring a smile to the face of that special someone. From necklaces to earrings, glowing stars to ancient fossils, plush penguins to comfy tees - the Museum Store has something to fit everyone's needs! Get your holiday shopping worries out of the way, and spend this holiday season doing what matters most... Enjoying food and fun with friends and family!
Stop by November 10th through November 18th, and take advantage of our Members Appreciation Sale where members will receive a double discount on Museum Store purchases!
Why spend more money than you have to? Take advantage of this great members only deal!
Looking for a great holiday gift? Give the gift of knowledge The Pink Palace Museum is home to a wide variety of fun and educational exhibits and programming dedicated to educating and inspiring its patrons about the Mid-South and the world around them. Not only will a trip to the Museum broaden minds, it will leave a lasting impression in the hearts of those who visit. Give the gift of wonder It's easy to forget just how amazing and beautiful the night sky can be. Give your friends and family the opportunity to surround themselves with space at the Lida Gammill Sharpe Planetarium, and gaze up in wonder at the awe inspiring universe we live in. Give the gift of excitement Let your loved ones experience the excitement of IMAX速 at the CTI IMAX Theater where they can immerse themselves in heartwarming and educational tales from all over the earth. Give the gift of nature Encourage your friends and family to get off the couch and into the wild by exploring the beautiful gardens, relaxing trails, and wonderful wildlife that Lichterman Nature Center has to offer along wih its exciting indoor nature exhibits and buildings.
Give the gift of history Send your friends and family back in time with a trip to Mallory-Neely House where they can relive the past in the only historic property in Memphis to retain most of its original furnishings. Give the gift of discovery Send your loved ones on a quest to unearth 70 million year old remains of snails, sharks, and giant mosasaurs at the Coon Creek Science Center, one of the most important fossil sites in North America. Give your friends and family a membership to the Pink Palace Family of Museums! Mention this article during November and December, and receive your choice of 10% off gift memberships or extra IMAX vouchers. (1 for Individual, 2 for Family or 3 for IMAX, 4 for any higher level) Pick up your gift membership at the Museum, and request to have it wrapped in your choice of a stocking, gift box, or Pink Palace bag! Call 901-636-2406 for more information.
Holiday Magic of Science November 17 & 24 @ 12 noon December 1, 8, 15 & 17-21 @ 12 noon Learn how to prepare and decorate for the holiday season as you deck the halls with science! With the help of various scientific concepts, watch as snow appears right before your very eyes, find out why tinsel is so sticky as you see static electricity in action, and play a holiday song using nothing but the palms of your hands! Capture the spirit of the season by participating in a demonstration of physical science this holiday at the Pink Palace Museum! Members Ticket Prices: $4.00 (child and senior) / $4.50 (adults) Non-Members Ticket Prices: $4.25 (child and senior) / $4.75 (adults)
The late Mary Birks, Friend and former Trustee of the Pink Palace enjoying the Magic of Science.
Information: Call 901636-2389 Reservations: Call 901-636-2362
Make History, Science & Nature Come Alive With Lively Learning for All!
Volunteer with the Pink Palace Family of Museums! Call or email to sign up 901.636.2438 / email@example.com or visit www.memphismuseums.org
Congratulations to Lichterman volunteer Josef Wlodawski, 2012 Spirit Award winner. (l to r: Suzy Askew, Andy Williams, Josef Wlodawski, Steve Pike, Diane McKinna)
3 Year Volunteers: Joyce Wilson, Lewis Oâ€™Kelly, Sue Irvin, David Foster, Aika Graham, Ian Edward, Sudhir Agrawal
20 Years: Jayne Zinn
5 Years: Lilly Gilkey, Susan Britton
Youth with over 100 hrs: Aika Graham, Marie Ryall
Thanks for making the pink palace family of museums an amazing place to be!
Pink Palace 901.636.2394
Lichterman 901.767.7322 ext.113
Join the Friends! The Friends of the Pink Palace is the support group for Memphis Museums, Inc. Please visit us at one of our meetings, and consider joining us! We enjoy good times together and support the Museum! Call 901.636.2408. Weâ€™ll see you there!
Thanks to our 2012 Crafts Fair Sponsors! Frank & Cindy Childress Dr. Thomas Coleman John & Sally Coleman Judy & Jim Freeman
Michele Landis Morisy
Birdie Barker Lynn Walker
Jean & Rickie Kirk
Cindy and Craig Nauert
Dianna & Jerry Beyl Annabel & Jesse Woodall
Easy Way Produce Kathy & Lee Drouin The Straton Family Margaret & Ray Tanner Ron Coleman Jan & Scott Connor
Faye Green Nancy & Brian Kuhn Lin & John Fryman
Betty & David Blaylock Anonymous Sue & Ernie Britton
Diane & Randy McKinna
Jane Sharpe Carl
Natalie & Ralph Prater
Suzanne & Joe Canepari
Cheryl & John Morrison Marge Palazzolo
Treat Your Guests to A Holiday by Bella Caffe! Can't get enough of Bella Caffe? Wish you could bring the delicious taste of deli sandwiches and tasty treats home to all of your friends? You're in luck! Not only is Bella Caffe a delicious addition to the Pink Palace Museum, it can be a delicious addition to your holiday party. Delight your guests with mouthwatering and heartwarming drinks and desserts inspired by the holidays! Warm up with a Pumpkin Pie Chai or Peppermint Stick
Mocha or tickle your tastebuds with a rich and chocolatey Ghirardelli Mocha Brownie or fresh baked White Chocolate Cherry cookie (or two)! Step away from the stove and enjoy your holiday gathering while Bella Caffe does all the work for you! Call today and find out how Bella Caffe can cater your holiday party for you! Call 901-636-2407 for info and see below for a look at our menu!
*Present this coupon for $5 off your purchase when you spend $20. Offer good Nov 17 - Dec 31, 2012. May not be combined with other offers.
Menu subject to change.
Dear Friend, Remember the phrase, “read between the lines”? Often you have to do that to understand what is really going on. If you read between the lines of this holiday issue of Museum Scope—and every issue for that matter—here is what you will find: · Virtually every exhibit, IMAX® film, planetarium show, and program is aligned with our schools’ curriculum standards. That means teachers and homeschoolers get detailed information up front about how to use what we offer, in order to benefit their students. · We serve about 150,000 teachers and school children annually. · Our regular public admission charges are among the very lowest in our region, and we provide tens of thousands of families the opportunity to sample our Museum family at no charge through our free trial membership program every year. This is what a great museum does—serve as an educational fountainhead for its whole community. Of course, it costs money to do that. That is why we are asking for your help. The end of the year is coming. But, with your help, it won’t be the end of our work serving hundreds of thousands of teachers, students, parents and grandparents. As you think about what to support with your year-end gifts, please remember education at the Pink Palace Family of Museums. If you would like to discuss your gift, please call or email me at 901-636-2412 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can use the form below:
Yes! I want to support education at the pink palace! I understand every student visit needs about $10 of charitable support. Enclosed is my gift of:
$30 (3 students)
$50 (5 students)
$100 (10 students)
$250 (25 students)
Please charge my credit card
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For membership information: 901.636.2406 To make a contribution: 901.636.2412 Donations $50,000 - $100,000 FedEx
$5,000 - $10,000 S.L. Gimbel Foundation
$1,000 - $4,999 Mr. and Mrs. DeJuan Bowen Mr. and Mrs. Ron Coleman Mr. Brent Nair Mr. and Mrs. William Rudner Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wills
$500 - $999 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Childress First Tennessee Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Turner
$100 - $499 Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Broniscer
$1 to $99 Ms. Judith Carlson Mr. Preston Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Matt Crow Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Eisen Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Himmelreich Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Jalenak, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lichterman II Ms. Nancy Turner McGlasson Mr. and Mrs. Randy McKinna Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nolte
Mr. and Mrs. Sudhir Agrawal Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beyl Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Bodine, Jr. Ms. Joy R. Bowen Ms. Cynthia Buchanan and Mr. Jim Covington Mr. and Mrs. Frank Childress, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Coleman Ms. Jan Connor Dr. James T. Dalton and Dr. Stephanie Scott Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Franklin Mr. and Mrs Gene Henson Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Hooks Mr. and Mrs. Odell Horton, Jr. Mrs. Lisa Lichterman Leach Mr. and Mrs. John Levesque Mr. and Mrs. Brad Martin Dr. Rita Moore Mr. Brent Nair Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pike Dr. Edward M. Rafalski Mr. Casey Shannon Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Thompson
Ms. Ruth Lyn Wells Dr. Margaret H. West, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Wills
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bond Dr. and Mrs. Edward T. Ordman
Dr. and Mrs. John R. Adams Drs. Daniel and Abby Baker Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bancker Ms. Gayle Evans Dr. and Mrs. Mitchel Godat Dr. Shawn Hayden Mrs. Ann J. Huckaba Mrs. Bernice H. Hussey and Dr. Hal Brunt Dr. and Mrs. Tom Rhodes Mr. David Sanford and Mr. William Sanford Mr. and Mrs. Michael Uiberall Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vanderslice Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Craig Weiss
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Balla, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Pervis J. Ballew Ms. Faith Barcroft
Mr. Dennis D. Black and Mrs. Helen G. Beeman Mr. Scott E. Bohon Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Carter Mr. and Mrs Mark Caskey Comprehensive Counsel Network Mr. and Mrs. Winston J. Daws Mr. and Mrs. John Fain Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Francisco Rev. and Mrs. William Hearne Dr. and Mrs. Mervyn Israel Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Krug Mr. and Mrs. Andrew LoCascio Mr. and Mrs. Earl Magdovitz Mr. and Mrs. Mathew McCrory Mr. Charles H. McNutt Mr. and Mrs. Millard Oldham Mr. Theodore Poplos and Dr. Stephanie A. Storgion Mr. and Mrs. David L. Quinn Drs. Richard and Carol Ranta Mr. Donald Stanley and Mrs. Tekla E. Littlefield Ms. Sharon E. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Williamson Mr. and Mrs. John Zanella Dr. and Mrs. Carlos Zavala
Mission Statement: The Pink Palace Family of Museums inspires people to learn how history, science, technology and nature shape the Mid-South. Through rich collections, thought provoking exhibitions and engaging programs, we encourage our diverse community to reflect on the past, understand the present and influence the future.
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