WHAT: Tooth Fairy Day
WHEN: Sunday, May 16, from 1-4 p.m.
WHERE: National Museum of Dentistry
COST: Free with regular museum admission ($7 for adults, $5 for seniors, & $3 for children, or $1 for kids in fairy costumes)
Apparently, the tooth fairy is fickle. It turns out, she doesn't show up everywhere. In Mexico, according to Beth Cooper, Director of Education at the National Museum of Dentisty, "a mouse takes your tooth away in the middle of the night." Creepy. But I like it. Here are the details:Meet the Tooth Fairy, learn how to take care of your teeth, and make toothy creations to take home based on traditions from around the world. Call 410-706-0600 or visit www.smile-experience.org for more information.
The Tooth Fairy herself will make a special appearance during Tooth Fairy Day, then kids can make their own magic wands and wings, and find out how the tooth fairy is different in other countries. Learn how to take care of your smile and make a toothy souvenir based on traditions from around the world.