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Baton Rouge woman selected as Volunteer Louisiana Champion of Service
Volunteer Louisiana has chosen Knock Knock Volunteer, Lois Rector, of Baton Rouge, as one of its nine 2018 Champions of Service. Read more here.
Knock Knock Children’s Museum holds first Mardi Gras at the Museum
Parents looking for a more kid-friendly Mardi Gras found a home at the Knock Knock Museum Monday. Read more here.
Photos: Knock Knock Museum’s inaugural ‘Mardi Gras at the Museum’ event
Baton Rouge’s Knock Knock Children’s Museum hosted its inaugural ‘Mardi Gras at the Museum’ event Monday, Feb. 12, 2018, with a variety of activities highlighted by an appearance by dancers from New Orleans’ Mardi Gras Indian Show, who led a second line parade around and out of the building. View more pictures here.
ADVOCATE STAFF PHOTO BY TRAVIS SPRADLING
Community members get a pie in the face to support Knock Knock Children’s Museum
After Cyber Monday, typically comes Giving Tuesday. And Baton Rouge’s Knock Knock Children’s Museum has a unique take on giving back. Click here to watch the full story.
Knock Knock Children’s Museum holds grand opening ceremony.
What started as an idea in the kitchen more than a decade ago has come to life in a riot of color and textures as the long-awaited Knock Knock Children’s Museum now overlooks the LSU lakes. Click here to watch.
How six women spent 14 years dreaming up, and finally creating, the Knock Knock Children’s Museum
Kelli Stevens and Cricket Gordon were pushing a stroller along Marilyn Drive in the Broadmoor neighborhood when they came up with the idea. Click here to read more.
ADVOCATE STAFF PHOTO BY BILL FEIG
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