Unfortunately due to limited staff we will be closed all day Friday, November, 7th. Thank You.
We would like to say that we are so grateful for all of our charitable donors. Their generosity will allow us to continue providing fun and unique education opportunities to children in the Southeast Kansas Region.
A special thanks to the people and organizations that donated the items necessary for our auction to take place.
William & Tammy Mahoney
Corky & Alice Beachner
Steve and David Ray
Commercial Bank/Jake Warrington
Mark and Jody Johnson
Bill and Cheryl Bowen
Kenny & Debbie LaForge
Parsons Quilting Guild
Skip Smith & Framing Memories
Charlean & Keith Wilson
Items to be auctioned off include:
Passes to Great Wolf Lodge Water Park
Two tickets to any “Ride the Ducks” attraction
One night & buffet for two at Downstream Casino
Four tickets to the September 21st Royals home game
Branson bundle for nine (Condo, White water tickets, Silver Dollar City tickets, and a show)
Tickets to see Dr. Phil
KU ball-boy experience
Hot air balloon ride
Fish fry provided by Commercial Bank
Diva Party at Curious Minds
Pirate Party at Curious Minds
Turkey hunt with Steve or David Ray
Origami Owl® necklaces
Admission to Annabelle’s Fun Farm
Magic show by Dennis Wilson
$300 Amtrak gift certificate
New display dedication
The Airport Extreme Indoor Trampoline Park
Airplane ride with Jerry Clemens
Four rounds of golf at Deer Creek golf course
Four rounds of golf at Sand Creek Station golf course
Four rounds of golf at Dub’s Dread golf course
Kid’s Basket from Upscale Country
Photo session with April Lubbers
Gourmet meal for four by Mark and Jody Johnson
Children and adults alike will be staying up past their bedtime to come see the museum at night. From 3:30 pm to 11:00 pm admission will be free for Downtown Parsons’s Moonlight Madness! Whether you’re a CMDZ regular or just a curious mind looking to see what we’re all about, stop by and see what activities we have set up.
The kids had a lot of fun at our Lego Camp. The camp took place over two days and included a variety of Lego themed activities that allowed the kids to express their imagination and creativity.
The campers had access to ALL of the museum’s Legos, allowing for endless possibilities.
Who could build the tallest tower?
The campers got to play with our computer controlled Legos and our Lego Mindstorm Robots.
We only have a few more camps left this summer and a limited number of open spots, so check out our calendar and don’t let your child miss out on the fun!