The Jennifer Lawrence Foundation and the Frazier History Museum are thrilled to announce The Power of One Pajama Party, a once in a lifetime event to be held at the Frazier History Museum to support the Jennifer Lawrence Foundation and its mission to promote arts awareness and positively impact the lives of young people, artists and the organizations that serve them.
The Hunger Games film franchise star Jennifer Lawrence will attend in support of the foundation’s fundraiser, and guests will have exclusive after-hours access to the exhibit, take part in activities such as stunt choreography 101, elements of archery with Urban Archers, special effects make-up, Peeta’s Bakery cake decorating, and watch a screening of The Hunger Games, the film that started it all. Guests may choose to leave at midnight, after a screening of the film, or make it a night at the museum, and sleep in the Frazier galleries. This event is designed for children 6 and up; children must be accompanied by a legal guardian. A pizza dinner, popcorn snack, light breakfast, and swag bag with autographed poster are all included.
Tickets are no longer available, because this event has SOLD OUT