Justin Darco, dressed as inventor Thomas Edison, shakes hands with a museum visitor at the Grant Watts Night of the Notables.
Bethany Gardner, dressed as Sally Ride, an astronaut credited with being the first American woman in space, tells a museum visitor a little about herself.
Lesley Garcia, dressed as Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, speaks to a group of visitors at the Grant Watts museum on March 7.
Galileo Galilei, portrayed by third-grader Jackson Strachan, poses with his telescope, just waiting for someone to approach him to learn more about the astronomer, physicist and engineer.
Third-grader Cheston K. researched conservationist and TV personality Steve Irwin as his historical figure for the Night of the Notables.
Aliyiah Haynes poses with a model of Eiffel Tower. For her project, Haynes researched Gustave Eiffel, a civil engineer who designed the Eiffel Tower in Paris and helped design the Statue of Liberty, a gift from France to the United States.
Julia Child, an American chef, author and TV show host, was portrayed at the museum by third-grader Carter Lee.
Casey Fourmat, dressed as singer Elvis Presley, strikes his best pose at the Grant Watts event.
Students pose at the Grant Watts Night of the Notables "museum" waiting for visitors to come by.
Students pose at the Grant Watts Night of the Notables "museum." While some wait for visitors to come by, others recite their memorized lines.
King Tut reaches out to welcome a visitor at the museum.