The Astoria Children's Museum offers an opportunity for local parents to get out on their own during the museum's first Parent's Night Out, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday, July 30.

The museum is partnering with the American Red Cross babysitting class to ensure that children, from the age of potty training up to 10 years old, will enjoy an evening at the museum that is both fun and safe.

Children will take part in a pizza dinner, games, a craft and the opportunity to play and learn in the museum, located on the second floor of the Uppertown Firefighter's Museum, 2968 Marine Drive.

Costs are $15 for the first child and $10 for each additional sibling. Reservations are required in order to ensure an adequate caregiver-to-child ratio. For more information, call the Astoria Children's Museum at (503) 325-8669.

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