Imagination Celebration 9

SAT, OCT 22, 2022 | 6-9pm

Meydenbauer Center

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KidsQuest Children’s Museum invites you to step into a world of play and imagination and put the “fun” in fundraising! Experience the wonder and excitement of KidsQuest’s mission in action, enjoy food and drinks, and “Play On” during the live auction and donate at raise the paddle.

Imagination Celebration raises critical funds in support of KidsQuest Children’s Museum. Donations ensure that access to play-based learning continues for children in our community. Join the fun and make a difference for early childhood education!

Why does KidsQuest host Imaginaton Celebration?

Imagination Celebration raises fund to carry out KidsQuest Children’s Museum’s annual work. Donations ensure that access to play-based learning continues for all children and families in our community. KidsQuest is a trusted, educational resource that is constantly evolving to meet the needs of those that it serves, which is made possible through donor support.

KidsQuest Children’s Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Ticket Information & Table Hosting

To purchase tickets to Imagination Celebration, please scroll to the top of this page and click on the ‘Buy Tickets Here!’ button. This will direct you to a new page, where we are facilitating all ticket transactions, hosting the silent auction, and providing details regarding the event.

Ticket cost: $175 per person – includes dinner, drinks, and activities!

Gather a group of friends in support of KidsQuest and host a table! Includes tickets for 10 people to participate in the full night of fun with dinner, drinks, and activities.

Table of 10 cost: $1,750

Additional Event Details

  • Imagination Celebration is replacing Carnival as KidsQuest’s annual fundraiser. The event will be back as an in-person event this year. We can’t wait to see you there!
  • Imagination Celebration is an adults (21+) only fundraising event.


For event questions please contact
Halie Steward.

For sponsorship information please contact
Madeline Read.