Alex’s LEGO Lemonade Stand Opens
Alex’s LEGO Lemonade Stand Opens!
Saturday, June 9
12 pm to 4 pm
Special Programs Sunday, June 10
National Constitution Center’s Front Lawn
Children eight and under will receive FREE admission to the Center with a donation to Alex’s Lemonade Stand.
2012 marks the 9th Annual National Lemonade Days – a meaningful fundraiser that allows people of all ages and all walks of life to make a difference in the battle against childhood cancer.
LEGO® Friends and Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation are collaborating to build the world’s largest lemonade stand made entirely of LEGO® bricks.
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation will serve lemonade from the stand on Saturday.
Additional building activities will take place during the weekend. The event is free of charge, but donations are encouraged.
In connection with the event, the National Constitution Center will host a variety of interactive programs and activities to honor Alex Scott and her legacy.
In conjunction with the Alex’s Lemonade Stand event, the National Constitution Center will host a wide array of programs and activities to honor Alex Scott and her legacy, as well as provide a fun and educational experience for kids of all ages!
Kid Heroes Program
10:15, 12:15, 2:15 Families can participate in this special program highlighting kid heroes throughout history, proving that you are never too young to make a difference!
Growing Up, American Style
11:00, 1:00, 3:00 Step into the shoes of American kids throughout the centuries and discover what life was like growing up at different points in our nation’s history!
10:00-3:00 Play hoop and stick, graces, 9-pin and other games that were popular with American kids from different periods of history.
Arts and Craft Activities
In honor of Alex, kids will have the opportunity to make lemon themed arts and crafts, including bracelets and key chains, which they can proudly display to raise awareness for childhood cancer research.
Ice Cream Making Demonstrations
11:30, 12:30, 1:30 Learn a fun way to make homemade lemon ice cream!
Main Lobby Sing your favorite tunes at our karaoke station.
Children and their families will have the opportunity to make lemon-themed arts and crafts, including bracelets and key chains, which they can proudly display to raise awareness for childhood cancer research.
Visitors also can take a special guided journey through the Center’s main exhibition The Story of We the People and learn about child heroes, who, like Alex, have made a difference throughout our history.
The Center’s activities are free with museum admission.