Well, now that we have your attention, let us explain.
The day before Jennifer Lawrence is set to appear at the Frazier History Museum for “The Power of One” event on July 14, she’s decided to throw a pajama party for area children ages 6 and up to help raise even more funds.
Since the “Power of One” event is for those 21 and over, Lawrence didn’t want to leave any age group out, so the “up” in 6 and up cuts off at 21.
The “Power of One Pajama Party” is being billed as a once-in-a-lifetime event that includes an appearance by Lawrence, a screening of “The Hunger Games,” a chance to check out “The Hunger Games: The Exhibition” now on display at the museum, and a host of other activities like cake decorating, learning stunt choreography and trying out archery.
Admission for each child is $300, and one legal guardian is allowed to join for an additional $150. The child will receive a swag bag with an autographed poster, and both of you will be treated to pizza, popcorn and a light breakfast the following morning.
All proceeds to to the Jennifer Lawrence Foundation, which promotes arts awareness and helps impact the lives of young people, artists and the organizations that serve them.
The “Power of One Pajama Party” begins at 7 p.m. on July 13, and participants can choose to leave at midnight after the film screening, or sleep among the museum’s many exhibits — which may or may not be haunted.
But with Katniss nearby, we don’t t think anyone has anything to be afraid of.
Tickets can be purchased online.