Princess of Tides donates $1,000 worth of costumes to Children’s Museum

Image by Courtesy of the Children's Museum of the Lowcountry Girls playing dress up!

Kerry Schrauth, owner of Princess of Tides Boutique, is presenting a gift of $1,000 worth of Princess, Knight and Dragon costumes, capes and accessories to the Children's Museum of the Lowcountry's (CML) Medieval Creativity Castle.

This contribution will allow the Museum to continue its mission of encouraging Lowcountry children to develop creative thinking through interactive play in a hands-on environment.  “Princess of Tides has been a wonderful partner to CML and the young children we serve.  We could not be more thankful for their continued generosity and support,” says CML Executive Director, Denis Chirles.  

In celebration of this wonderful donation, the Children’s Museum is hosting “Our Dreams Came True” Costume Launch Party at the Museum on Wednesday, July 6th from 9:30am – 11:30am.  Children and their families are encouraged to wear costumes while enjoying knight and princess themed crafts, story time in the castle, a raffle for a Museum Family Membership and photo opportunities with Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Belle.  The event is FREE with Museum admission or CML Membership. 

Princess of Tides Boutique has two locations: one right around the corner from the Museum at 430 King Street, Downtown and the other in Mt. Pleasant at the Belle Hall Shopping Center.  

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