“This is just a really great opportunity because they are eager to learn about all these different topics, get the badges, get the belt loops and pins,” McKenzie said.
The breakfast raises funds for Thunder Cares Foundation, which supports basketball court refurbishments and Make-A-Wish Foundation events.
The event will be hosted by former Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Turpen and former Oklahoma City Mayor Kirk Humphreys.
The camp moves to Tulsa beginning Jan. 6.
The event features a concert by husband-wife duo Maggie McClure and Shane Henry.
The exhibit is targeted at students in elementary and middle school.
Students will not incur fines or fees, though they are still responsible for reimbursing the library for missing or damaged materials.
Students are provided with ballet shoes at Positive Tomorrows, Oklahoma’s only elementary school specifically serving children from homeless families.
Educational workshops are held at the museum every spring, summer and fall.
Organizers said the annual fall event drew in around 20,000 visitors last year.