Children's Museum of South Dakota


Museum Hosts Daddy/Daughter Dance

Date: Feb 05, 2015

The Children’s Museum of South Dakota hosts “The Snow Ball” - a unique opportunity for dads and their daughters to have a special evening together.

“Parent and child dances are a great way for the child to have that one-on-one time with a parent and vice versa,” Director of Marketing Randy Grimsley said.  “This is a fun way to create special memories by letting the child and adult focus on each other for an evening.”

Traditionally, daddy/daughter dances are limited to the father and daughter.  In recognition of the changing roles adults and children encounter, however, The Snow Ball is open to any adult and their accompanying child.


While anticipating a majority of attendees to be fathers and their daughters, the event welcomes mothers and their sons, grandparents and grandchildren, uncles and nieces and more.  “The goal is for the child to have a fun, bonding time with an important adult in their life, whoever that is,” Grimsley said.

The Snow Ball is held in the iconic atrium of the Museum Friday, February 20, 6:30-8pm.  While the exhibits will be closed, the event features deejayed music, games, and activities the couples can do together. Admission is $5/person and guests are asked to register by Feb. 18. Visit for more details or call (605) 692-6700 x 0 to register.