Houston, TX 77005
5:00 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012
Museums | Sights
Niko Niko’s founder Eleni Fetokakis will bake and share holiday cookies at Children’s Museum of Houston
During Free Family Night
What:What’s baking? The founder of one of Houston’s most well-known family businesses will share holiday magic as well as some of her baking tips. Niko Niko’s founder Eleni Fetokakis will engage visitors during a cookie baking demonstration during Free Family Night Thursday, December 13th at the Children’s Museum of Houston. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet Mrs. Fetokakis and try samples of deliciously hot baked cookies (while supplies last.)Who:In 1977, Mrs. Fetokakis, along with her family, founded Niko Niko’s in Montrose. To this day, it stands as one of Houston’s most authentic Greek restaurants and successful family-run businesses. The restaurant was listed in Urbanspoon’s “2012 Most Popular Kid-friendly Restaurants in America.” More:Earlier this year, the Museum’s Diner in the Kidtropolis, USA exhibit was converted into the Niko Niko’s Greek Diner, where kids now have the opportunity to “serve” Niko Niko’s mouthwatering menu while role-playing as managers and employees of this outstanding eatery. ***Activities, events and times subject to change.
MUSEUM HOURS: Tue. – Sat.: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sun: Noon – 6 p.m.
Second Saturday of every month opens at 9 a.m. for members. General Museum admission: $9 per person and $8 for seniors 65+ and for military personnel. Children under one and Museum Members receive free admission.
Free Family Night every Thursday 5 – 8 p.m.
For more information, visit www.cmhouston.org or call (713) 522-1138.