August 2019

  • Pretend City Celebrates Literacy Month all September Long

    September is literacy month and Pretend City is celebrating reading all month long. During this special month, authors from across southern California will join us for storytimes of their books. Bookworms will be excited to read children’s books from some of their favorite authors and illustrators. Parents will have the opportunity to purchase the books right at Pretend City! Angie Flores will kick off literacy month with a storytime from her book, Cub’s Wish on September 4th. National Read a Book Day, on September 6th, will be a day full of storytimes! We hope you join us for a month of book readings as we inspire a love for reading across all age ranges.

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  • Pretend City Celebrates 10 Years of Play in Irvine

    Media Contact  Sommer Garcia  949-428-3900 x208  sommer.garcia@pretendcity.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   PRETEND CITY CELEBRATES 10 YEARS OF PLAY  IN IRVINE  Celebrating a Decade of Memories and Mission Moments  IRVINE, CA: July 22, 2019. Pretend City Children’s Museum is celebrating their 10th birthday in Irvine with a confetti party for families on Thursday, August 29, 2019. Families may join Pretend City staff for birthday cake, live music and dancing, and 10 stations with various art activities including paper hat making and face painting. At noon, guests will sing a happy birthday anthem after watching a special birthday video commemorating 10 years of play.   Pretend City is offering $10 special admission for all guests that visit the Museum on August 29, 2019.  Pretend City will also be encouraging parents to check out the Pretend City Amazon Wish List to help support the exhibits with new toys, educational items, and décor.   “Pretend City has grown to become a valuable community resource for two million children and families, providing free health and developmental screenings, preparing our children for kindergarten, and offering free programming for those with special needs.  We look forward to celebrating in Irvine for many more years,” said Erin Boyl, Pretend City Board Chair.    Since opening in […]

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