Children's museum holds "A Night at the Brewseum" fundraiser

Updated: October 17, 2020 11:08 PM

The Duluth Children’s Museum held an adult’s only event to help raise money for their transition to a new location.


The event, titled “A Night at the Brewseum”, featured craft brew samples, live music from The Trash Cats, and a silent auction.

In a few months, the museum plans to move to a new location in the Lincoln Park Craft Corridor.

“This is a critical time for the museum after an extended closure during our busiest season and with an exciting relocation ahead of us,” said Cameron Kruger, President/CEO of the museum.

The museum’s Board of Directors have also started a friendly competition to also help raise funds.

The Duluth Children’s Museum is currently exhibiting Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice which will remain on display through December.

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