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Boston Children’s Museum Announces Big Cake Birthday Tour
Date:7/10/2013

Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 10, 2013

Boston Children’s Museum is celebrating its 100th birthday with a Big Cake Birthday Tour that will visit ten Boston neighborhoods this summer. A giant inflated cake and milk bottle will accompany Museum staff who will lead playful activities and games meant to inspire movement and health. The Tour honors the neighborhood roots of the Museum and its commitment to the families and children of Boston.

“We are keenly aware of our role as a destination and resource for the families and children of Boston,” said Carole Charnow, Museum President & CEO. “We are grateful to our sponsors and the City of Boston who have made it possible for us to celebrate our birthday city-wide. Enhancing the quality of life in our urban neighborhoods is intrinsic to our mission and vision, and we hope all of Boston’s kids will join us this summer!”

The Big Cake Birthday Tour will incorporate a series of fun physical challenges developed in consultation with leading fitness and nutrition experts. Children and adults can check out a pedometer and track how much they move as they visit stations such as “Strength in Numbers” (challenging participants to hold a pose) and “Tag Hacking” (variations on classic tag games). The “course” will end with a secret surprise inside the actual Big Cake. In partnership with New Balance, the course will encourage all visitors to increase their physical activity in enjoyable ways, inspiring lifelong active habits. Boston Children’s Museum and New Balance want to inspire movement, games and dances that could be replicated later at home or in the park.

The Museum is grateful for the generous support of Tour sponsors: Suffolk Construction, The Fallon Company, New Balance, BNY Mellon, CBS Boston's WBZ-TV and myTV38 (WSBK-TV), Massachusetts Cultural Council, and The Boston Foundation.

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