Angelica Hale Hosts Holiday Slime Workshop at DISCOVERY Children’s Museum to Raise Awareness for Sepsis Alliance
Angelica Hale, NBC’s America’s Got Talent Season 12 runner-up, will host a Holiday Slime Workshop where she will play with children while helping them make fun and festive holiday slime at the DISCOVERY Children’s Museum on Sunday, Dec. 23 from Noon to 4 p.m. All proceeds from the afternoon will be used to help build awareness for Sepsis Alliance, the leading nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and reduce suffering from sepsis.
Angelica is an 11 year older singer who competed in last season’s America’s Got Talent and finished as the youngest runner-up in the history of the show. Throughout her career, Angelica has performed in concerts, shows sporting events and galas in addition to the 91st Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade and Little Big Shots. Having overcome a life-threatening illness when she was only 4 years old that resulted in her fighting sepsis and needing a kidney transplant when she was just 6 years old, Angelica is dedicated to giving back and supporting organizations that help children that may be going through something similar. Angelica just released her first Album, “Christmas Wonder,” a Christmas EP with four of her favorite Christmas songs available on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon music, and wherever digital music is distributed.
Tickets for the Holiday Slime Workshops are available for DISCOVERY members for $3 and $6 for General Admission, not including museum admission fees.