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We are happy to announce that Kelly Krumenacker, President and Executive Director of Bucks County Children’s Museum, was recently interviewed on “FCP Conversations Online”. FCP Conversations Online is a digital broadcast
which features community organizations that share FCP’s mission and are making a difference in the lives of our neighbors.
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Children’s Museum Expands Exhibits and Secures Its Place in New Hope
Bucks County Women’s Journal, Nov/Dec 2015 Read Full Article

Weis Markets Sponsors Children’s Museum’s General Store Exhibit
Bucks County Herald, Dec. 3, 2015 Read Full Article

“Hospital” Exhibit Comes to Bucks County Children’s Museum
Bucks County Herald, June 4, 2015  Read Full Article

Bucks Children’s Museum aids Connecticut children’s museum
Bucks County Herald, January 17, 2013
The Bucks County Children’s Museum will hold a MLK Day fundraiser for the Newtown, CT, children’s museum. Read full article.

Children’s museum bestows scholarship to CB West senior
Bucks County Herald, June 13, 2013
The 2013 Bucks County Children’s Museum Bob Mullen Memorial Scholarship has been awarded to Central Bucks West High School senior Dylan Praul. Read full article.

V.I.A. hosts annual Scholarship Award Luncheon
Bucks County Herald, June 20, 2013
There was an air of excitement and energy at the Doylestown Country Club on Tuesday, June 4, when the Village Improvement Association (V.I.A.) met for the annual Scholarship Award Luncheon. Read full article.

Bucks County Children’s Museum Creates New Resources for Children with Autism
Press Release, July 17, 2013
The Bucks County Children’s Museum is launching “Enhancing Exploration for Everyone”, a new initiative focused on providing an inclusive community where every child can play and learn. This initiative includes the development of a museum support guide and visual schedule geared to assist children visiting the museum who function within the spectrum of autism. Read full release.

Prints, photos and sizes just for the record
Bucks County Herald, January 2, 2014
Staff of the Bucks County Sheriff’s office spent time at the Bucks County Children’s Museum Saturday, fingerprinting, photographing and measuring children for identification records. At the end of the sessions, boys and girls left with their own ID cards. Read full article.

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