CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – AmuseUm: License to Trill, the party for adults that benefits kids, returns re-vamped and re-energized 7 p.m. March 3 at the Creative Discovery Museum.
Throughout the evening, AmuseUm guests can try on or purchase beautiful diamonds in the Diamonds are Forever Room presented by Fischer Evans Diamonds. Fischer Evans Diamonds will donate a portion of every purchase made during the event to Creative Discovery Museum.
Engage your intellect as you crack the code in the Shaken, Not Stirred breakout room. This one-of-a-kind breakout room is designed specifically for AmuseUm: License to Thrill by Breakout Games in Chattanooga.
Guests of AmuseUm can further support the museum by reserving a seat at the VIP “High Stakes” poker table in Casino Royale. Ten individuals will have the chance to face off over cards for the coveted title of “Poker Champion.” Poker players will receive $50,000 in casino chips; enjoy food and beverage service and a guaranteed 75 minutes of game time beginning at 7:15 p.m. or 9 p.m. The two Poker Champions will be crowned with winners swag and will earn a lifetime of bragging rights. (Please note: casino chips do not have any real monetary value). Seats can be reserved by making a $1,000 tax deductible donation to the museum.
In addition to an evening of next-level entertainment, guests can indulge in spectacular food from Lee Towery Catering, jazz in the Skyfall Martini Bar, a game of chance in Casino Royale and dancing to music provided by Sound Force Entertainment.
Tickets are $100 per person. Guests have the opportunity to provide additional support at time of registration:
• Provide a day of fun and learning for a family of four that may not be able to visit the Museum otherwise: $56
• Sponsor a camp experience for a child with autism at Creative Discovery Museum's Friend's Discovery Camp, a special summer camp for children with autism and their peers: $175
• Fund two outreach programs to the Children's Hospital at Erlanger, giving young patients a much-needed distraction and some fun during an otherwise uncomfortable experience: $364
Chairs for this year’s event are Dr. Matt and Ashley Graham. This year’s committee chairs include: Drs. Brian and Beth Webb for Reservations; and Leah Hill and Tracey Moore for Entertainment/Decorations.
This year’s AmuseUm is presented by First Tennessee Foundation and sponsored in part by: NovaCopy; Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee; Breakout Chattanooga; Chattanooga Kidney; Erlanger Hospital; Fischer Evans Diamonds; Kenco; Service Electric Co.; Chattanooga Coca-Cola Bottling Company; Girls Preparatory School; Henderson, Hutcherson, and McCullough; The McCallie School, Yates Bleachery; Scenic City Equestrian Center; Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell, and Berkowitz; Baylor School; Bright School; Elliott Davis; JD Frost and Associates; Learning RX; Miller and Martin; St. Nicholas School; Sterner Financial Group; SunTrust Bank; BB&T Huffaker and Trimble; Vision Hospitality; Veritev; InfoSystems; SoundForce; Starkey Printing Company; and Inview.
Media sponsorship is provided by Chattanooga Times Free Press and Sunny 92.3 FM.
For more information or to make reservations for the event, call 423-648-6072, or visit the Museum website at www.cdmfun.org/thrill.
About Creative Discovery Museum
Creative Discovery Museum is recognized as one of the top children’s museums in the nation. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to educational enrichment for children ages 4 months to 12 through interactive, hands-on experiences that foster creative and critical thinking.
Creative Discovery Museum focuses on a broad range of areas encompassed by Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Technology and the Sciences. In addition to its exhibits, Creative Discovery Museum provides local residents and visitors with special events, educational programming, teacher resources for the classroom, field trips, after school programming, early childhood education classes, artist residencies, camps, art lessons, science demonstrations, and a branch of the local library. Creative Discovery Museum is a funded agency of ArtsBuild and also receives funding support from Tennessee Arts Commission and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
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