By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– Celebrate the San Bernardino County Museum’s incredible work focusing on the region’s nature, art, history and science at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, May 18. By attending Bucky Ball, you support the Museum’s mission to inspire the community about the Inland Empire’s rich cultural and natural history through year-round STEM-based and family-focused programming.
The Museum impacts the lives of nearly 70,000 schoolchildren, families, researchers and others annually in our diverse community at our Redlands site and an additional 12,000 at Victor Valley Museum and our historic sites. For many, the Museum is their first introduction to the wonders of nature and the remarkable region in which we live. These learning experiences set the stage for a life-long interest in science, art and the natural world.
This special night of festivities raises much-needed support for new exhibits and upgrades to permanent spaces inside the Museum and its branch sites, and for the Museums for All discount admission program, providing access regardless of ability to pay.
This year’s gala will include an exclusive preview of the upcoming exhibit, Pulp Culture: A Juicy Story in the Orange Empire. Enjoy beautiful décor, live music and dancing, a gourmet dinner and wines, the esteemed Good Egg Awards, silent and live auctions, and a few surprises designed to provide our guests a truly pleasurable evening.
To purchase tickets go to: https://thesbcma.org/bucky-ball/