Brooklyn Children's Museum

Summer Roof Party

Summer Roof Party

Wednesday, June 16

Join us for an in-person, adults only rooftop terrace party to celebrate and raise funds for Brooklyn Children’s Museum. Will there be music? YES! Will there be amazing food from local vendors? YES! Will there be my favorite drinks? YES! Will there be friends, conversation, and lots of laughs? Oh, YES!

All of us at Brooklyn Children’s Museum are so proud to be open and serving our community. Your donation or ticket will allow the Museum to expand our services and resources for Brooklyn families over the coming months. We hope to see you on June 16th.

Thank you to our Roof Party lead sponsors

AKF Group
Daisy and Christopher Auger-Dominguez
Basu-Leon Family
Prabha Sipi Bhandari
Campbell Metzger Family
Peggi Einhorn & Michael Lasky
Cristin Frodella & Conor Sheridan
The Futrell Family
Shirley & Frederic Golen
Adam Hess
Kristina & Earl Hunt
Anne & Aaron Karp
Larry & Julie Kwon
Amanda & Patrick Nichols

Janet & David Offensend
The Ohashi-Freed Family
Sean O’Neal & Ambereen Sleemi
Philip Habib & Associates
Susan & Bill Rifkin
Conor Kennedy Ryan & China Young
George and Anna Sampas
Larkyn & Jim Sinclair
Rashmi Singh & Yan Chow
Tiger Baron Foundation
Angela Tribelli and Andrew Cohen
Alicia Wang and Humayun Khalid
Malcolm J. Williams

Please note BCM’s in-person safety event protocols:
  • Masks are required to be worn at all times during the event unless while eating or drinking.
  • Contract tracing information is required of all guests, which may be given prior to arrival or at check-in.
  • All guests must show proof of vaccination status OR a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the event.
  • Attendees will be asked a wellness survey upon entry into the Museum.
Can’t make it to the party? Consider making a donation!

Funds raised at the event support Brooklyn Children’s Museum’s programs and exhibits, serving nearly 300,000 children and adults annually, over 30% of whom access our programs free of charge. All donations to Brooklyn Children’s Museum are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law.