2021 Storybook Soiree

Once upon a time, in a land not so far away, there was a place called Knock Knock Children’s Museum. This was a place children recognized as their own. They came to play, learn, and explore. Dazzled by all the colors, shapes, and imaginative spaces, they were filled with curiosity and wanted to learn more. Also drawn to this place were the children at heart.  Grownups were enchanted by this place of wonder, and their minds became filled with childhood memories of play. Wanting more, the grownups desired an opportunity to call this place their own. Then one magical night, their wishes came true as the museum …..


Storybook Soiree Sponsors



Merrill Lynch

Azalea Development

Iberia Bank

Do you have the best neighborhood in the Capital Region? Do you love Knock Knock Children’s Museum? And would the children in your neighborhood go nuts for an exclusive Knock Knock at Your Door experience JUST FOR THEM? Then you’re ready to join our Knocking for Knock Knock Neighborhood Challenge.

With the help of Neighborhood Captains, YOU will have the opportunity to compete in a friendly competition to win a one-of-a-kind experience to have Knock Knock at your Door! 

Over the next 7 weeks, neighbors will come together to raise funds to help Knock Knock Children’s Museum Keep the Pages Turning!

Neighborhoods will compete against one another for the opportunity to have Knock Knock come to you! It will be an interactive and COVID-appropriate experience that children of all ages will enjoy!

There are two ways to win: 

* The neighborhood with the highest percentage of participation 

* The neighborhood with the most generous financial contribution

Competition Ends – Thursday, December 17th

If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Machiko Gaston at mgaston@knockknockmuseum.org.

Megan Boucvalt, Storybook Soiree Chair

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Knock Knock Children’s Museum
1900 Dalrymple Drive, Baton Rouge

The story we tell here is a story of wanting to help all children develop a love of learning through igniting their curiosity and imagination. By supporting Storybook Soirée, you are helping the museum in its mission to be a community spark for engaging, playful learning experiences that inspire and support lifelong learning. Proceeds from the event provide critical funding for the museum’s operations, including meeting ongoing educational and program needs.

Meet the Storybook Soirée committee here. 

2021 Storybook Soiree Host Committee Members:

Mi Mi & Chip Bankston

Leslie & Scott Berg

Katie & Ryan Bliss

Staci & Craig Duhe’

Stacey & Bradley Fruge

Cricket & Stewart Gordon

Hancock Whitney

Kelli & Anthony Harton

Beverly & Justin Haydel

Cate & Ted Heroman

Connie & Chip Hunter

Alex & Beau Layfield

Candace & Benjamin Lowe

Nell & Bob McAnelly

Erin Nugent

Erin & Robby Piper

Leigh Ellen & Chris Puckett

Julia & Carlos Spaht

Mary Michael & Bo Staples

Kelli & Todd Stevens