On Sept. 25 the Air Zoo in Kalamazoo, Mich., is launching its SkySpace Kids Club with its first event where members can dress up like a pilot and have their photo taken for their “pilot’s license.”
When kids register for the club, they receive their very own personalized “pilot’s license,” which shows their membership, along with a lanyard. Each time they attend a SkySpace Kids Club event, they will receive a stamp on their license and once they collect 10, they’ll get a special prize. During the first club event, kids also will be able to make their very own gliders to take home.
SkySpace Kids Club is a special club created just for kids that gives them access to exclusive club activities, special surprises and drawings for prizes. Plus, each time they visit the Air Zoo and show their “pilot’s license” at the Kitty Hawk Café, they will receive free popcorn.
Kids may sign up for the club at the Air Zoo’s front desk. To register, the child must hold an Air Zoo annual pass, or be a part of a grandparent or family membership.
For more information: 269-382-6555 or AirZoo.org