There's no joy to be found in adventuring through the McDonald's playscape. Just suspicious smells and discarded french fry evidence.
But those magical tubes at Neiman's? Well, that's a different story.
Tonight you can become a human hamster and journey through the things, while simultaneously being a generous adult who supports arts education. Neiman's opens the window display to grown-ups this evening from from 5 to 7 p.m., and your $20 donation goes to Color Me Empowered, an arts organization that works with at-risk youth to create public, communal arts projects. Yes, that is awesome.
Tonight is your only chance to get in there, so tug some pants on, then locate your inner child.
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