Pablo Joins Program for Families in Need

V1 Staff

A program that allows families facing economic needs to receive discounted memberships to the Children’s Museum of Eau Claire has been extended to the Pablo Center at the Confluence as well. Families in the museum’s “Play-For-All” program – which is open to families with low incomes, those who have children with special needs, and military families – will receive supporter memberships at the Pablo Center.

These memberships will give them access to reduced-cost tickets, as well as advance alerts and ticket presales for events at the downtown Eau Claire arts center. “This partnership with the Children’s Museum of Eau Claire is a true mission-driven win for both organizations that ultimately benefits the whole community,” said Jason Jon Anderson, the Pablo Center’s executive director. “I look forward to seeing this program benefit the children and families of our region.”

The Play-For-All program, which began in 2004, currently has an enrollment of 699 families. According to a Pablo Center media release, “The initiative is sustained by the Dan Clumpner Tribute Fund, with an endowment supporting access for all to literary, visual, and performance art. This correlates and fulfills one of Pablo Center’s primary missions: ensuring expanded access to Pablo Center experiences for our community.”


To learn more about the Play-For-All program and how to qualify, visit the Children’s Museum, call (715) 832-KIDS or find them online at childrensmuseumec.com. To learn about Pablo Center memberships, call (715) 471-6131 or online at pablocenter.org