25th Annual Beantown Bash
When: April 6, 2019
Where: Boston Children's Museum
308 Congress Street, Boston, MA
Time: 6:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Cheers to 25 years! Join in the fun as we celebrate the silver anniversary of the Beantown Bash festivities to benefit our growing programs. Three floors of activities and a heated Beer Garden-themed patio tent await along with plenty of surprises! The evening includes family-friendly entertainment, hands-on museum exhibits, silent auction, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, a buffet dinner and more!
If you are interested in attending this event, please contact Courtney Pandolfi at (203) 745-2711 or via email.
Tickets will be mailed prior to the event.
Volunteer Opportunities: Available at the circus and the reception and include program book distribution, registration and kid’s activities. Multiple shifts are available. Let us know if you can help!
The 24th Annual Beantown Bash – April 7, 2018
The 24th Annual Beantown Bash was one for the books, raising a record breaking $1,458,794 for Camp! More than 750 guests joined us at Boston Children’s Museum for three floors of fun that extended to a heated Beer Garden tent on the plaza. Guests enjoyed craft beers on tap, as well as hors d’oeuvres, culinary stations, buffets and an endless supply of cotton candy, popcorn and cupcakes! Bistro lights and the glow of the Boston skyline set the stage for a dynamic silent auction that included an autographed Rob Gronkowski jersey, tickets to Bruno Mars and Jimmy Buffet, a 3-night stay at Ocean Club Four Seasons Resort, Bahamas, and more!
Inside the museum, New England Patriots Defensive Lineman Geneo Grissom signed autographs while mascot Pat Patriot high-fived and took photos with the crowd. Wally the Green Monster and his little sister Tessie from the Boston Red Sox joined in on the festivities as well! More entertainment was in store around every corner with mini-golf, bingo, inflatable games, face painting, a Willy Wonka themed Candyland table, karaoke, and an interactive animal show courtesy of Amazing Animal Ambassadors.
Performances throughout the night in the KidStage Theater featured the antics of Johnny Peers and Muttville Comix, a slapstick comedy act featuring a dozen dogs led through challenging and hilarious tricks. A green screen photo booth allowed guests to appear floating in front of the Hollywood sign, walking on the Moon, sitting in bleachers at Fenway Park and standing on the sideline at Gillette Stadium. Guests made sure not to depart the evening without Camp-branded water bottles, a fitting keepsake just in time for summer!