Sacramento, California 2021-11-26 03:00:29 –
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A prominent guest was invited to the Ribbon Cut Ceremony on Friday, November 12, 2021 at the SMUD Science Curiosity Museum (MOSAC) the day before the opening day. US Senator Doris Matsui, State Senator Richard Pan, and Mayor Darrell Steinberg talked about a multi-year journey to build MOSAC. Paul Lau, CEO and General Manager of SMUD, Rob Kerth, Director of SMUD (Word 5), Michael Galane, President of MOSAC, and Michele Wong, Executive Director of MOSAC, participated.
MOSAC is an informal educational anchor in the scientific experience by stimulating curiosity and imagination for visitors of all ages with hands-on interactive exhibits, state-of-the-art digital theaters and community events to explore. , Serving the Sacramento area. The wonders of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM).
The event on November 12th celebrated the completion of the museum. This is the result of over 15 years of innovative public-private partnerships between the Power Plant Science Center and Sacramento City, California, Sacramento County Education Department, and Sacramento Municipal Corporation. District (SMUD) and various corporate partners and individual donors.
“We are very proud that this project will bear fruit,” said Paul Lau, CEO and General Manager of SMUD. “This science museum in Sacramento will further promote efforts to educate our customers on renewable energy, clean cars, electricity and environmental solutions, improve the next generation of communities, build a carbon-free economy and the future. By teaching science, technology, engineering and mathematics to teachers, policy makers, scientists and more, it stimulates children’s curiosity and promotes community innovation. Many uses of SMUD MOSAC are on the riverfront. We provide opportunities for everyone while revitalizing. “
MOSAC includes rehabilitation of a historic power plant that was built in 1912 and has been open for more than 50 years. The 30,000-square-foot structure, which currently has interactive exhibits, has been added to a new 22,000-square-foot building that includes a two-story lobby, classrooms, offices, cafes, and a 120-seat University of California, Davis. theater.
Michele Wong, Executive Director of MOSAC, said: “MOSAC will be a place to inspire the next generation of scientists, engineers, healthcare professionals and engineers, emphasizing the importance of science and innovation in solving current and future challenges.”
For more information on MOSAC, please visit the following website: visitmosac.org..
Museums in the Sacramento area encourage shoppers to support local museum stores at the museum store on Sunday, November 28th.
With so many holiday specials prominent and in stock, many museums in the Sacramento region are proud to be able to attend the museum store on Sunday, November 28, 2021. In partnership with the Museum Stores Association (MSA), our international efforts are designed as follows: Consumers will be reminded of the unique and inspiring shopping experience that exists in the unique museum store, which exhibits a wide selection of carefully selected mission-specific gifts. Museum Store Sunday is open to all independently operated museum stores and non-profit retailers in museums, zoos, aquariums, botanical gardens, historic sites and other unique cultural facilities in the United States and abroad.
Here’s a sample of unique products and specials available at the museum store on Sundays at your local museum store.
Aerospace Museum of California – Looking for the perfect holiday gift for aviation enthusiasts on the list? The Aerospace Museum has covered you. Not only will shoppers find the perfect gift, but all the dollars they earn at the gift shop will be returned to the museum, supporting a big purpose. In addition, the expanded gift shop is full of great gifts such as apparel, books, vintage model kits and aviation toys. The Aerospace Museum, which is open from 9 am to 4 pm at the Museum Store on Sundays, offers a 10% discount on stuffing stock. For more information, please call 916-643-3192 or email us. email@example.com..
· California Museum – Museum Store Sunday shoppers will receive 15% off a selection of California-themed products on November 28th. Items including apparel, home and holiday decorations, toys and more. Discounts cannot be combined with other offers and exclude stationery and books.For more information, visit the Museum Store (916-653-0650) or between 10 am and 5 pm firstname.lastname@example.org..
California State Railroad Museum – The on-site museum store offers gift ideas to train enthusiasts of all ages. Family celebrations are magical with hard-to-find POLA REXPRESS merchandise such as battery-powered Lionel train sets, wooden ornaments, gorgeous “polar bears” and luxury snow globes. The Museum Store has a selection of the best wooden railroad trains in Northern California from Thomas the Tank Engine, BRIO and more. For more information, please visit: www.californiarailroad.museum/store..
Crocker Art Museum – Perfect for art lovers, it’s packed with unique gift ideas such as local artist jewelry, art-themed household and office goods, art and craft books, and unique children’s items. .. 20% off for members and 10% off for non-members. At the museum store on the premises on this special day. For more information, please visit: www.crockerart.org..
Sacramento History Museum – Shoppers are encouraged to share the history of the Gold Rush region while enjoying 20% off all Arcadia published books. From Lake Tahoe to Land Park, from the Donor Summit to downtown Sacramento, the museum offers books full of photographs and stories of towns and neighborhoods in our area. Open from 10am to 5pm, shoppers can also find classic games and toys, Christmas ornaments, beautiful minerals and rocks. For more information, please call 916-808-7059 or visit the following website: www.sachistorymuseum.org..
• Museum of SMUD Science and Curiosity – Sacramento’s new Science Center, also known as MOSAC for short, celebrated its grand opening earlier this month with a brand new gift shop. Opposite the admission desk in the main lobby, Shop M is the perfect place to find something unique, from books and toys to DIY kits and educational gifts. MOSAC members get a 10% discount on all items. Shop M is open from 10am to 5pm at the Museum Store on Sundays. For more information, please call extension 916-674-5000. 104. Or email email@example.com..
· Sutter’s Fort State Historical Park – On this special day, shoppers will receive a 10% discount on all in-store purchases. They also have the first friends of the Sutters Fort Museum Store Holiday Gift Guide available with great and unique gift ideas. The ever-popular Holiday Mystery Bag will be available again this year, including a $ 5 gift card to Ginger Elizabeth Chocolate or Paragary Restaurant Group. Youth bags are $ 20 and adult bags are $ 30. For more information, https://shop.suttersfort.org/..
Verge Center for the Arts – Verge will open from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the Museum Store on Sundays. Verge has a brand new lobby store with lots of artwork by local artists. Items include pottery by Ianna Frisby and Sandy Fong-Whetstone, jewelry by Yuki Cloud and Muzi Li Rowe, holiday decorations by Nina Booth, and custom Verge “Sac” hats and tote bags designed by Spencer Keeton Cunningham. In addition, all shoppers will receive a 10% discount on all in-store purchases on this special day. For more information, please visit: www.vergeart.com..
For more information on Museum Store Sunday on November 28th, please visit https://museumstoresunday.org. For more information about museums in the Sacramento area, like us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/SacMuseums, follow us on Instagram and Twitter at @SacMuseums, and visit our user-friendly website. .. www.SacMuseums.org..
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