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Peace Museum Docents(volunteers) work closely with the Children's Peace Pavilion staff to facilitate groups of children through the exhibits during their visit. They encourage individual and group guests to play with everything; answering any questions they may have regarding exhibits, demonstrating the purpose of an exhibit, and/or playing side by-side with our guests. Peace Museum Docents may also perform a puppet show to teach visitors how to "Stop, Think, Peace," and solve their conflicts peacefully, read books with peace lessons to visitors, and/or create and help restock exhibit materials.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
1001 West Walnut Street, Independence, MO 64050, US
The mission of the Children's Peace Pavilion is engaging the pursuit of peace through peaceful learning, living, and action.
The Children's Peace Pavilion is an interactive, one-of-a-kind museum designed to explore the essential elements of peace. Through hands-on exhibits children are introduced to the four concepts of peace: Peace for Me, Peace for Us, Peace for Everyone, and Peace for the Planet. The museum exhibits teach life skills such as self-awareness, communication, cooperation, conflict resolution, respect for diversity, and planetary stewardship.
We'll work with your schedule.
1001 West WalnutIndependence, MO 64050
February 14, 2020