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Party like a Robot!©

A Party for Boys & Girls, Ages 3 -11

robots12One of our most popular birthday party ideas. Calling all engineers, designers and artists to create fantastic, far-out robots! Guests use flexible and shiny materials to build three-dimensional sculptures with space-age purposes and personalities. One-hour party

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Party like a Robot Reviews

"Thanks for making Sophia's birthday such a special time for her and her friends! The robot party was fantastic and you all made it so easy to deal with everything from our first contact through the end of the celebration."

~ Robot Party Mom, May 2013


"Thank you so very much for joining families and visitors at the Mattatuck Museum this past Sunday as part of the Museum's newly launched Community Free Days! We welcomed 75 children and adults for a robot-inspired art project led by - The Art Truck! Truly, the day would not have been as successful and attracted twice as many Sunday visitors if it weren't for (The Art Truck's) participation. I overhead more than one family discussing their fun experience making the robots and others I spoke with commented "how cool the museum was!" On behalf of all involved this weekend, we are really looking forward to working with you again! Best wishes!

~ Robot Party Program, Director of Education Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT


"The women of the Art Truck are extraordinarily gifted teachers. They captivated an entire group of 14 boys whose ages ranged from 4 1/2 to 5 1/2 years old for a robot-building party and later a cupcake decorating party. Each of the parents took a turn spying on the group on the truck because they were so uncommonly quiet and focused. We parents also appreciated the cool alternative that the Art Truck provided because we could have a party at our home without it turning into a disaster zone. The boys had a blast and robot building captured and held their imagination."

~ Robot and Cupcake Party Mom, April 2013