Get to Know a Heart Guide: Michelle

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It’s time to get to know some of the wonderful staff members that make the Halle Heart Children’s Museum tick! Today we’re talking with Michelle, who started out as a Heart Guide and ended up as our Business Development Coordinator. Here’s a little bit about her:

What’s your favorite thing about working at the HHCM?

I’m really into education, so I like the opportunity to teach kids how live a heart-healthy lifestyle in a hands-on environment. That way, when they grow up, they don’t have to learn these things on their own.

Tell us something you think is really interesting about the human heart!

I think my favorite fact that I learned here at the museum is related to non-smoking. You always think about how smoking affects the lungs, but it was interesting to learn that it also negatively impacts the heart.

Tell us about yourself!

I have a degree in anthropology. I took advantage of study abroad and field school opportunities in college. I did archaeology work all over Phoenix and around Flagstaff.

I started here at the museum in Jun 2016 and instantly fell in love with the museum and its mission. I quickly became development coordinator, which allowed me to help create the programs that we provide to the public and give more information overall. Education in a non-formal setting is a passion of mine and something I hope to continue throughout my career. I’m relocating to Washington, D.C. because it provides a lot of opportunities for museum education. I’m hoping to continue what I’ve started here, and will always have a special place in my heart for the HHCM.

What’s your favorite fruit or vegetable?

I love asparagus!

How about your favorite way to be active?

I really enjoy hiking–living here in Arizona has been great because of the hiking culture. It’s a fun, easy way to get outdoors and take advantage of all the beautiful scenery here.

A fun fact about you:

I’m a vegan and a minimalist. Minimalism to me means to be very conscious about all aspects of your life, from what you’re purchasing to anything you have in your life. If it doesn’t add positive value to your life, don’t indulge in it.

Where’s your dream vacation destination?

I don’t think I have one destination, but I have a goal to see as much of our country as possible. So as much as I would love to travel abroad, I’d rather take a couple weeks in the car and see as many states as possible.

Anything else you want to tell us?

I would just say overall that my experience here at the museum and interacting with our guests has been really rewarding. Our guests are really why we do this. I appreciate everyone who comes through our doors and hope they get the most out of their time here.

By |January 17th, 2018|Categories: Meet Our Heart Guides|Tags: , |Comments Off on Get to Know a Heart Guide: Michelle

3 Recipes to Use Winter Citrus

Citrus 3 Recipes to Use Winter Citrus

If you grew up in Arizona, you probably remember memorizing our great state’s “5 C’s” somewhere in your elementary school career. If you never learned the 5 C’s, they are five main products or elements of Arizona’s environment critical to the state’s economy, namely:

– Copper

– Cattle

– Climate

– Cotton

– Citrus

While each of these five alliterative elements bring great value to the 48th state, here at the Halle Heart Children’s Museum, we happen to have a favorite. Can you guess which ‘C’ we love best?


Citrus fruits, as you may know, are an excellent source of vitamin C, the piece of our dietary puzzle that maintains healthy skin and gums and even helps prevent cardiovascular disease. But there are far more benefits to eating grapefruit, oranges, lemons, and limes than just a dose of one vitamin. These fruits also boast an impressive amount of fiber, antioxidants, and potassium. Plus, they score low on the Glycemic Index scale, meaning that eating them won’t spike your blood sugar.

Here in the Phoenix area, we’re fortunate to enjoy the sunny goodness of citrus season all winter long. The balmy climate of Maricopa County allows for the cultivation of numerous types of citrus–sometimes even several varieties grafted onto one tree. And we have good reason to be proud of our citrus production. Arizona is one of only four citrus-producing states in the nation. (California, Florida, and Texas are the other three.)

So while we can get it fresh and local, why not use our abundant citrus in some heart-healthy recipes? Here are three options to get you started:

1. Pomegranate Grapefruit Avocado Toast

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Can’t get on the avocado-toast-for-breakfast train? Maybe all your taste buds need is the addition of a bit of sweetness! Pomegranate nibs and grapefruit slices put a unique, sweeter twist on this healthy breakfast.

2. Slow Cooker Pulled Orange Chicken Tacos with Pickled Vegetables

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Orange + pickled vegetables + chicken. Taco Tuesday will never be the same.

3. Broiled Asparagus Spears with Lemon

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Before we know it, asparagus will be in season at the same time as citrus. These ruddy green stalks are traditionally harvested in springtime and make an excellent counterpart to the tangy lightness of lemon.

Do you have a citrus tree near you? Know someone who does? How do you like to take advantage of this gem of a winter crop?


By |January 9th, 2018|Categories: Health & Nutrition, Recipes|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on 3 Recipes to Use Winter Citrus

Get to Know a Heart Guide: Amber

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At the Halle Heart Children’s Museum, we love our Heart Guides! These awesome employees guide groups on tours of the museum, sharing how to live a heart-healthy lifestyle and educating kids about the cardiovascular system and heart. We caught up with Heart Guide Amber Andrade for a little chat about who she is and what she likes to do. Here’s what she had to say…

What’s your favorite thing about working at the HHCM?

Being around the kids, and everyone on the Heart Guide team is amazing! It’s a really fun environment to work in.

Tell us something you think is really interesting about the human heart!

In your lifetime, the heart pumps about 1 million barrels of blood–enough to fill three super tankers. I find that so interesting!

Tell us about yourself!

I go to ASU, where I’m studying Science of Healthcare Delivery. I’m on a pre-med track, deciding between medical school and PA school. I’m involved with community service through a club called Devils Pitching In. We do local service projects around Tempe and are going to the Dominican Republic in March to teach kids English.

What interests you about science and healthcare?

I’ve been interested in science and healthcare since I was a little kid. I wanted to be a veterinarian–I think that’s everyone’s dream when they’re a kid. I’ve just been on that path ever since. I still love animals, but I don’t think I could take care of them when they’re sick.

What’s your favorite fruit or vegetable?

Strawberries and avocados.

How about your favorite way to be active?

I would probably say hiking or playing volleyball. I played volleyball in high school, and I play recreationally now.

A fun fact about you:

I’ve never broken a bone.

Where’s your dream vacation destination?

Dubai! I’ve always wanted to go there. The luxury environment sounds so interesting. I want to go shopping there, and the tallest building in the world is there–I’d love to go to the top of it! And they have super nice cars. I’m a huge car person.

Anything else you want to tell us?

Go Devils!!





By |December 12th, 2017|Categories: Meet Our Heart Guides|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Get to Know a Heart Guide: Amber

6 Reasons Membership Makes a Great Holiday Gift

The countdown to Christmas and Hannukah has begun as we slide into this first week of December. Have you started your holiday shopping yet? Fretting that you’ll find yourself slogging through the aisles of the mall on Christmas Eve trying to nail down those last presents for the impossible-to-buy-for folks on your list? The hurry! The stress! The irresistible lure of the Cinnabon! Can it be avoided?

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Never fear, the Halle Heart Children’s Museum has you covered. We may be a little biased, but we happen to think that membership to the HHCM makes a pretty stellar holiday gift. There’s so much a year-long membership has to offer your friends or loved ones–and there’s no better time to purchase! During the month of December, we’re offering deep discounts on membership. A 2-person membership (regularly $55) is only $35, a 3-person membership (regularly $70) is only $40, and a 4-person membership (regularly $85) is only $55! Don’t miss out on these biggest price reductions of the year. Purchase in person or head over to our Membership page to snag this deal. At checkout, enter the following codes:

2-person membership: HOLIDAYHEARTS2

3-person membership: HOLIDAYHEARTS3

4-person membership: HOLIDAYHEARTS4

Need more convincing?

6 Reasons Why HHCM Membership Makes an Excellent Holiday Gift:

1. Experiences are better than material goods.

Research shows that experiences, rather than things, bring people more lasting happiness. The museum experience at the Halle Heart Children’s Museum is one-of-a-kind, and each new visit can teach fresh lessons of heart-healthy lifestyle choices and the function of the cardiovascular system. Plus, the museum is an excellent spot to spend quality time as a family.

2. The gift keeps giving all year.

Long after the Hickory Farms gift baskets have been plundered and the Lego sets have been assembled, a museum membership continues to provide entertainment and education all year round.

3. It can serve as a gift for a whole family.

How many gifts can you think of that everyone, from parents down to the youngest child, can all enjoy? Dad’s craft beer and the toddler’s Disney Princess dolls certainly aren’t for everyone. If there’s a family or other group in your life, a museum membership is an excellent one-size-fits-all gift solution.

4. It’s more than museum admission.

Members receive discounts on the HHCM’s many programs, classes, and birthday parties. We also offer appreciation events exclusively for members, like extended hours or paint nights. What fun!

5. You can’t put a price on education.

For kids and adults alike, learning how to keep hearts healthy is an endlessly important pursuit. Who knows what critical health information your friends and loved ones might glean from visiting the museum?

6. It’s unique!

A museum membership is anything but generic; you can’t buy it at any big box store. Choosing this gift shows you’re thinking creatively to get something truly special for the people in your life.

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By |November 29th, 2017|Categories: Holiday, Membership|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on 6 Reasons Membership Makes a Great Holiday Gift

How Giving Thanks is Good for Your Heart

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You’ve probably experienced the ways practicing gratitude is good for your heart in the figurative sense. Thanking someone for their kindness or offering gratitude to a higher power brings peace to our spirits, when done mindfully. Numerous studies have shown the positive effects of gratitude on mental health. The more we express it, the more likely we are to make friends and bounce back from challenges, and the less likely to experience depression. Even our self-esteem gets a boost!

But did you know that giving thanks is actually good for your physical, beating, blood-pumping heart as well?

A 2015 study conducted at the University of California, San Diego found that when people who had heart failure and heart disease kept a gratitude journal for eight weeks, they experienced reduced inflammation and increased heart rate variability (a sign of better heart health). They also had better mood, better sleep, and lower levels of fatigue–all factors that could help them prevent or bounce back from heart attack. A follow-up study confirmed these findings.

The benefits of gratitude on the physical heart are closely related to–or even stem from–the benefits to the emotional “heart.” Because stress is such a critical factor in the development of heart disease, observing a stress-relieving practice like keeping a gratitude journal can make a major difference in our risk. What a simple exercise to make such a meaningful impact on heart health! Giving thanks may be the easiest, do-anywhere tool you have at your disposal for well-being, both physical and mental.

So don’t let your thanksgiving end after Thanksgiving. The holiday season is the perfect time of year to start a gratitude journal or other thankfulness practice. Perhaps you make a commitment to count your blessings rather than check your phone at a red light. Or jot down one thing a day you’re thankful for in a visible place in your home. Or try a quick gratitude meditation from Youtube. Whatever little practice suits your style, you can be sure that giving heartfelt thanks will result in heart healthy benefits.

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The Good News About Americans and Smoking

One of the principles the Halle Heart Children’s Museum educates visitors about is the importance of never, ever smoking. Our Stay on Course exhibit is devoted exclusively to informing kids about this vital component of heart health, showing kids some of the many detrimental effects tobacco can have on the entire body. In this exhibit, visitors can spin the “Wheel of Misfortune” to see examples of unfortunate health problems that come with tobacco use. Increased blood pressure, damaged lungs, and stained teeth are just a few of the consequences featured, in addition to–of course–the harmful effects of smoking on the heart.

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Once kids have had a chance to spin the wheel, they can also apply what they’ve learned in a fun game: artery mini golf! This magnified blood vessel is partially blocked by a screen to demonstrate how smoking blocks blood flow. When visitors try to golf “blood cells” (red golf balls) through the artery of a smoker, they see how difficult it is.

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Elementary age children who come to the museum are at a critical age for no-smoking education, because in all likelihood, they will at some point in their near future be offered a cigarette. After all, 90% of smokers begin this unhealthy habit before the age of 18.

But despite this unfortunate statistic, there’s good news, too!

Partly thanks to the efforts of public health organizations like the American Heart Association, fewer Americans are smoking now than ever before. Since the introduction of the Surgeon General’s warning in the mid-1960s, smoking rates have fallen dramatically. While 42% of Americans reported smoking in 1965, only 18% claimed to smoke in 2012 and only 15% in 2015. Even people who do smoke are doing so less frequently. Just since 2005, the percent of smokers who said they smoked daily decreased from 80.8% to 76.9% in 2013. Four years later in 2017, that percentage continues to drop.

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Another point of pride for Americans and our efforts to reduce tobacco consumption is that among developed countries, the U.S. has one of the lowest rates of smoking. Of 84 countries with smoking data available in 2015, the United States ranked 74th, ahead of all European countries except Denmark and Iceland. This is a huge public health success!

But our work isn’t done. Smoking continues to be the leading preventable cause of death in this country. The Halle Heart Children’s Museum exists to help the next generation of Americans say no to tobacco in every form, putting them at an advantage for their heart health.

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Join the American Heart Association and the Halle Heart Children’s Museum in our mission to eliminate smoking to promote heart health!

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Healthy Halloween at HHCM

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It’s every kid’s favorite question this time of year: what are you going to be for Halloween?

Here at the Halle Heart Children’s Museum, we know our answer: we’re going to be heart-healthy! (Though some of us might also be pirates, princesses, or Pikachus…and one of us will definitely be Lub Dub.)  On Saturday, October 28th, the whole museum will be celebrating an entire day of good-for-you Halloween fun. We’re ready to turn this holiday’s reputation for being less than healthy upside down with an array of wholesome activities, games, and even food.

If you join us on this special day, you can look forward to:

  • Halloween crafts all throughout the museum, starting at 9:00 when doors open.
  • A cooking demo in our Kitchen Cafe at 10:30 featuring DIY pumpkin-shaped tortilla chips and a tasty pumpkin hummus. Don’t miss the free samples and take-home recipe!
  • An appearance by everyone’s favorite larger-than-life heart–our mascot, Lub Dub–at 11:00.

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  • A costume dance party and balloon drop at 12:00 (so make sure your costume is dance-able)!
  • Halloween-themed games starting at 1:00.

If you have an HHCM membership, the fun continues even later, as the museum will stay open an additional two hours just for members! We’ll have a healthy trick-or-treating path through our eight exhibits, a Halloween movie playing in the Goldman Legacy Theater, a costume contest, and extra time to get down on the dance floor to music so good it’s spooky. Not a member yet? There’s no better time to join online or stop by the Guest Services counter to register. You’ll get free admission to the museum every day of the year, reduced rates on classes, programs, and birthday parties, and access to exclusive events and activities like this one!

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So…what are YOU going to be for Halloween? Whatever your answer, we hope you’ll come and share it with us Saturday, October 28th, at this one-of-a-kind family event.


Recipe: Korean Vegetable Pancakes

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September is Better Breakfast Month at the American Heart Association. When you think of eating a better breakfast, what comes to mind? Eating whole grains instead of refined, perhaps, cutting back on sugar, or topping your morning cereal with some fresh fruit? All fantastic options. What about adding vegetables? Many Americans struggle to get enough vegetables in our diet in general, let alone at breakfast. But it can be done–and it doesn’t have to mean gnawing on a stalk of broccoli next to your toast and coffee.

These Korean Vegetable Pancakes are a tasty, unique way to make vegetables appealing at breakfast time (for kids and adults alike). After all, who doesn’t like pancakes? Finely grating carrots, zucchini, broccoli, and cauliflower and adding them to an egg and flour-based pancake batter creates a pleasing texture and taste with a hefty dose of health! Some of the nutritional benefits of the veggies in this recipe include:

  • Broccoli has plenty of vitamin C, vitamin K, and potassium. New research shows certain compounds in broccoli may be cancer-fighting.
  • Cauliflower is rich in fiber, potassium (good for your heart) and vitamin B6 (for energy & brain function).
  • Carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A—great for your vision.
  • Zucchini is high in fiber, antioxidants, and vitamin A.

In addition to being an excellent choice for health, these pancakes also:

  • Have a super-quick cooking time of only 2 minutes per side.
  • Could be made for lunch or dinner, served with toppings like ketchup, cream cheese, or teriyaki sauce.
  • Could serve as a craveable appetizer, cut into quarters and served on skewers or toothpicks.
  • Contain no Korean spices (despite their name) but are extremely flexible as to what herbs or spices could be added for extra flavor.

We’re happy to share that we’ll be demonstrating this Korean Vegetable Pancakes recipe Saturday, September 30th here at the Halle Heart Children’s Museum’s Simple Cooking with Heart program. Join us at 10:30 in the museum’s Kitchen Café for a how-to, recipe card, and free samples.

Here’s to better breakfasts for you and your family!

Korean Vegetable Pancakes

(An American Heart Association Recipe.)

Makes 4 Servings



1 Add enough ice cubes into 2 1/2 cups water to make water ice-cold.

2 In the bowl of a food processor, add carrots, zucchini, cauliflower, broccoli, and scallions. Pulse to puree vegetables until finely chopped-but be careful not to turn the vegetables into liquid.

3 Into a large bowl, add flour, eggs, salt, and pepper. Pour in 2 cups of cold water (without ice cubes). Use a fork to whisk mixture together until combined. Stir in the pureed vegetables. Aim for a pancake-like batter consistency, adding 1 to 2 tablespoons more water if needed.

4 Coat an 8-inch nonstick pan with cooking spray and warm over medium-high heat. Add 1/2 cup batter into the center of the pan. Cook until edges begin to get golden-about 2 to 3 minutes-and then use a spatula to carefully flip. Cook another 1 to 2 minutes until the side is golden. Transfer pancake to a plate. Spray pan with cooking spray and repeat continually until all 8 pancakes are made.

Phoenix 5Ks This Fall

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Here at the Halle Heart Children’s Museum, we educate kids on three important practices to keep their hearts healthy:

  • Never smoke
  • Eat a healthy diet
  • Get plenty of exercise!

We may mostly be teaching kids about these crucial principles, but they apply to adults, too! Of these three activities that keep up our cardiovascular health, getting daily exercise may be the biggest challenge for us adults. Thirty minutes a day, five days a week is a proven rule of thumb for lowering blood pressure and risk of heart attack or stroke. But unlike kids, who typically have some physical activity built into their day through P.E. and recess, grown-ups have to work a bit harder to make it happen.

With the weather getting ready to cool down, fall is a great time to get outside for some of those 150 minutes per week of moderate activity recommended by the American Heart Association. What about challenging yourself to run a 5k? Even if you’ve never been a runner, there are numerous “couch to 5k” programs available online that offer a clear-cut path from non-runner to race finisher. Scheduling an event to look forward to is a great motivator for working in some cardio on a regular basis.

There’s no shortage of options for 5k races coming up in the Valley this fall! With tons of fun choices–from goofy themed runs to races that benefit a worthy cause–there’s a 5k for everyone. Here are ten upcoming 5ks around town to get you excited about hitting the pavement for your heart.

1. T-Rex Run – September 23rd

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What do you do if a T-rex is chasing you? You RUN! And in this case, you run for a good cause, since the T-Rex Run benefits Team RWB, a veterans’ support group. Check it out September 23rd at Mesa Riverview Park.

2. Run FORE Cancer – September 23rd

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Make a difference for cancer patients at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center and Barrow Neurological Institute by participating in this race at the Scottsdale Silverado Golf Course.

3. Phoenix Children’s Hospital 5k – October 7th

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CityScape in downtown Phoenix is the site of this run that raises funds for some of the neediest among us: the children served by Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

4. Thin Mint Sprint – October 7th

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Got a Girl Scout in your life? Show her your support by registering for the Thin Mint Sprint in Tempe. (Or, for beginners, there’s even a 1-mile Samosa Stroll.)

5. Hip Hop Run – October 8th

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DJs playing upbeat tunes all along the course are a sure thing to get you moving and grooving at this fun race! Join the party at Kiwanis Park.

6. A Race for Maggie’s Place – October 8th

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Maggie’s Place provides housing and assistance to pregnant and parenting moms in need. Give them a hand (or a foot) by signing up for one of the courses in this multi-distance race.

7. Das Frank Kush Foot Race – October 14th

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Why the “das” in “Das Frank Kush Foot Race”? This local classic is a part of Tempe’s annual Oktoberfest. Extra points for running in your lederhosen.

8. Mountain Park Health Center 5k – October 14th

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Head over to Kiwanis Park to raise funds for a new medical clinic in Tempe at the 2nd annual Mountain Park Health Center race. Dog owners will be happy to know that pets are welcome!

9. The Mummy Run – October 30th

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Prepare to get spooky at this family-friendly run at Mesa Riverview Park.

10. Fat Turkey Trail Run – November 25th

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What Thanksgiving Day couldn’t use a little extra activity? Counterbalance holiday indulgence with this race that starts at Tempe Town Lake and winds through Papago Park.

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Member Appreciation Paint Night

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We LOVE our members at the Halle Heart Children’s Museum! The wonderful folks who visit again and again are what make our museum tick. As a member of the HHCM, you help children learn important principles for a lifetime of heart health in a stimulating, interactive environment. We can’t thank you enough for being a part of all we do!

As a gesture of appreciation, we’re excited to offer a fun-filled evening event for members only!

On Thursday, September 28th, join us in the museum’s colorful Follow Your Heart exhibit–also known as “the big heart”–for a Paint Night. Led by the talented instructors of Painting with Canvas, we’ll learn to paint works of art step by step (so don’t worry if you’re not a natural artist). Each member will have the option to paint a tree with sunset background (pictured above), or a piece of a puzzle picturing our mascot, Lub Dub, to be displayed in the museum. While the creative juices are flowing, we’ll serve a variety of hors d’oeuvres and nonalcoholic beverages. Kids are invited, too! A kid-friendly movie and craft will entertain the little ones while parents are painting.

If you’re not a member of the HHCM yet, there’s no better time to join! During the month of September, take advantage of our “Sept-Member” special of $5 off any membership. Join today in person or online using the discount SEPT-MEMBER to access all the benefits of membership, from free admission to reduced rates on programming to exclusive events like this one. Once you’ve purchased a membership–or if you already have one–head over here by September 18th to secure your spot for the Paint Night.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to our museum members! We can’t wait to see you and your works of (he)art!

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