3, 2, 1…Blast Off!
Blast Off: $5,000 & Up
Launch Level 3: $3,000-$4,999
Launch Level 2: $2,000-$2,999
Launch Level 1: $1,000-$1,999
Mission Control: $500-$999
Sponsorship level will be recognized in the exhibit gallery, on MPDM website, social media, and annual report.
Donate Now to 3, 2, 1…Blast Off! Click “Make a Donation Button” then “Click here to donate” where you will be redirected to PayPal. In “add special instructions to the seller”, enter 321! Your gift will help create endless opportunities for children to explore, learn, create and grow!
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Eli Buccili built this change collector in 2013 and it has helped the museum raise $3,000 for the 3,2,1…Blast Off! exhibit!
The museum needs to raise $14,470 to complete the exhibit, below you can track our progress with us!
We have currently raised: $250,230
Check back here to follow our exhibit process!
3…2…1…Blast Off combines high-energy physical play with important science concepts to create an exhibit experience that gives a workout to the body and mind. The exhibit features two main
components: a climbing structure and a collaborative interactive.
As visitors explore the climber, the theming and decor suggests they are moving through Earth’s atmosphere. As they climb higher up the blue sky of Earth transitions to the black of outer space and
they find their way into a space station. While the space station features a fictional design, it is based more in reality than science fiction by drawing upon researchers’ ideas of what near-future space
travel might look like. The space station interior includes buttons, levers, and switches that promote imaginative role playing and small-motor skills.
The collaborative interactive (titled Mission Control) allows kids on the ground to send re-supply rockets to the space station by working with other guests to follow the launch procedures.
Completing the pre-launch checklist in order allows visitors to “launch” a rocket. loaded with supply containers. The children in the space station can fit the supply containers into special slots and
request new supplies by sending empty containers back down to Mission Control.
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