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Meet our 2018 Celebration Chairs: Sara and Thomas Daniel

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Meet our 2018 Celebration Chairs: Sara and Thomas DanielIntroducing Thomas and Sara Baumgartner Daniel, 2018 Chairs of Celebration: The Power of Play!

Sara Baumgartner Daniel is a native of Mandeville. She and her husband Thomas, and daughters Libba (10) and Annie (6) moved back to the Northshore three years ago from Pensacola, Florida. Sara is a former journalist and fundraiser and now works as a realtor with RE/MAX Alliance. Thomas is a national client manager for Pensacola, Florida based company IMS Expert Services.

Now Booking Field Trips!

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Now Booking Field Trips!The Children's Museum of St. Tammany is now booking field trips designed for preschool through 4th grade. All field trips must consist of at least 15 students and a maximum of 60 children for each session. Field trips are available on Tuesday or Thursday at 10:00am. The cost is $6/person that enters the museum (Excluding Class Teachers). Each field trip will begin with an instructional discussion with the children followed by play and exploration. We can also schedule your lunch time at the Kids Konnection Playground next door directly following your exploration time.

Please complete this online form to request your date!

Children's Museum of St. Tammany announces grand opening weekend January 20-21, 2018

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MANDEVILLE, LA (January 15, 2018) — After more than a decade of planning, the long-awaited Children’s Museum of St. Tammany (CMST) will open its doors on Saturday, January 20 at its brand-new interim location at the Koop Drive Trailhead. The public can now purchase timed admission tickets for entry beginning on Saturday 1/20 from 1-3, 3-5 and on Sunday 1/21 at 11-1, 1-3, and 3-5. Tickets are limited to preserve the guest experience and must be purchased in advance at Regular business hours and admission will begin on Tuesday 1/22.

“This opening is the culmination of years of dedication by committed volunteers,” said CMST Executive Director Amy Fresh. “Their efforts and the support of our sponsors and community partners who have remained steadfast in their commitment to this project are the ones who have made this gift to the community possible. I am excited to see the result of this effort and am honored to have the charge of leading CMST into its future.”