Thank you to all of our Junior Archaeologists and their families for making our Spring "Night in the Afterlife" such a great success! On March 2nd we had 17 young Junior Archaeologists participating in our Graduation ceremony after having spent a fun-filled night in the museum enjoying Egyptian themed activities!
Want to join in on the fun? Stay tuned for the next "Night in the Afterlife" this summer! To be eligible for our Summer Sleepover, your child will need to complete the Junior Archaeology Program requirements which include: participation in five of our eight workshops, attendance at one guided tomb tour, and completion of an "Artifact Quest" activity. We would love to have you there.
Want to come back and spend the night again? You are more than welcome to participate in as many sleepovers as you like. We've had quite a few Junior Archaeologists graduate not once, but twice! Just complete another "Ra Card" with the Junior Archaeology requirements and you will qualify for another sleepover!
Calling all adventurers! The Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum presents its Junior Archaeologist training program for young adventurers ages 5 to 17. This program includes behind the scenes training, hands-on learning opportunities, and the most fun graduation ceremony this side of the Nile!
The Junior Archaeologist program is free with any Friend of the Museum Family Membership (How do I become a member?).
This exhibit is a continuation of Maria Butina's prior exhibit, entitled Vibrations (2007). She invites you through her artwork to take a journey where one can embark upon a visual Experience of the Source-the Divine in Self. Maria Butina is an internationally exhibited artist with exhibitions held in Prague, Split, San Jose, and Anaheim. Her art flows from her deep spirituality and mysticism. She is a member of the Rosicrucian Order, AMORC and the Traditional Martinist Order. She lives and works in Mountain View, California.
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