(BRYAN, Texas) – Lake Walk, the lively town center featuring lifestyle and outdoor pursuits – has partnered with the Children’s Museum of Brazos Valley by providing a platform through community events to bring awareness to “Play Aggieland,” a project that promotes learning, discovery, and health and wellness.
The Play Aggieland exhibit will be located within the museum and serve as a site for school readiness by promoting early childhood education and parental involvement in learning and play. The exhibit will include monthly programs that help children strengthen their motor and cognitive skills. Play Aggieland will also help children be creative, enhance math, science and problem-solving skills, and introduce health and wellness aspects.
“The Children’s Museum is a wonderful place to enhance the lives of youth and encourage discovery, which is a valued trademark of Lake Walk,” says Justin Shulse, Director of Operations for Lake Walk Town Center. “We both embrace community, wellness and experiences that better our families; it’s a natural partnership that fits our mission.”
The community will find the Children’s Museum of Brazos Valley at a variety of Lake Walk events including the weekly Local Market. The Ducky Derby, a main fundraising event for the Children’s Museum, will also take place at Lake Walk during the ATLAS Glow Run 5k and Concert on May 5.
“The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley values fun and educational opportunities for all families with children in this community and surrounding communities,” says Jabot’ Colvin, Executive Director for the Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley. “We are very excited to partner with Lake Walk to provide programs and experiences that allow families to learn and have fun together throughout the entire year.”
To learn how to support or become involved with the Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley, visit www.cmbv.org.
This month kicks off Lake Walk Town Center’s signature events including The Local, Eats and Beats Summer Concert Series, and free outdoor community yoga classes occurring every Saturday at 8 a.m., beginning on Feb. 24. Stroller Strides – a weekly fitness class for families with young children – occurs Saturdays at 9:30 a.m., and the third annual CHI St. Joseph Gran Fondo cycling event will take place on March 3.
Earlier this month, Coterie, a Women’s Boutique opened at Lake Walk. The fashion boutique offers a unique collection of clothing, accessories, shoes, gifts, high-end furniture and lighting. Coterie also features an in-house interior designer, Jenny Tamplin Interiors.
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About Lake Walk
Located within ATLAS and adjacent to the acclaimed Traditions Club and Community, Lake Walk is a comfortably upscale, thoughtful but lively collection of regional dining, hospitality and retail, and Bryan/College Station’s premier destination to engage the senses. Focusing on community, Lake Walk celebrates music, art, nature and design, fashioning a place where memories aren’t just made, they are crafted.
Anchoring Lake Walk is The Stella Hotel, a 176-key upscale boutique hotel that personifies the Brazos Valley’s authentic sense of place and culture. The Stella’s on-site restaurant, Campfire, and speakeasy bar, Hershel’s, embody the delectable fare and warm hospitality found throughout the Lone Star State.
The town center also features a pavilion and plaza, a waterfront park on Lake Atlas and newly opened retail space. Bryan-based Stafford Barrett Commercial Services, is the leasing agent for Lake Walk.
About The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley:
The mission of The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley is to provide a child-centered, hands-on, interactive environment for learning and discovery. Since 1995, The Children’s Museum has welcomed tens of thousands of visitors through its doors and brought learning through play into actuality. While The Museum began as a museum without walls, today it is home to 12 different interactive, educational exhibits that foster a love of learning and inspire young minds throughout the years. The Museum also boasts special programming and reading times that are designed for children and families to learn together through play, to put into practice what children are learning in the classroom, and to take practical learning skills home for continued discovery. To learn more, visit www.cmbv.org.