Summer Drop-In Days
Every Thursday and Friday from July 11-August 30, 10am-3pm, weather permitting
 
No Registration Required
Free with Museum Admission

Summer Drop-in Days are a series of fun, educational events held each summer in the Wild Place, the Museum’s outdoor learning center.

Each event combines performers and presentations from experts with hands-on art and science activities focusing on a different theme each day. The outdoor setting is a great place to learn about nature by meeting some of its many inhabitants.

During the summer we’ll meet exotic reptiles and animals, and some fascinating birds. We'll become rocket scientists and artists too! Each event brings something different and is designed for you to get involved. You’ll learn how to juggle from a pro, create a variety of art, including art you can wear, sing with some pirates or meet some curious creatures.

Click here for exciting take home activities
 related to each theme and don't forget to check out our Summer Book Adventures
inside the Museum every Drop-in Day!
*the Museum reserves the right to change activities  

   
Thursday, August 29
11am & 1pm - Vegetable Circus -Come enjoy this special circus that teaches kids growing up healthy can be fun!  Hula-hooping, clowning, juggling and plate spinning are some of the circus skills showcased by the Vegetable Circus.  They also teach respect, friendship, self-control, body awareness and healthy eating. Vegetable Circus shows challenge children to realize the truths behind the foods they eat and the media they’re saturated with. Vegetable Circus performances inspire active and healthy lifestyle choices that empower children to focus, recognize their strengths, and express themselves. Also enjoy a fun treat from Clif bars! 
Sponsored by Signature Health Care
 
Friday, August 30
Bubble Mania
Make bubbles large and small. Play with bubbles and enjoy a bubble show featuring DJ Rob Peters at 10am

At 1pm, the Boston Hoop Troop will perform a dazzling spectacle followed by an interactive workshop for your kids. Not only will kids have a great time learning how to hula-hoop, they will also learn the importance of teamwork in learning and playing. The Hoop Troop is a staple in the movement arts and circus community in Boston and continues sharing this unique art by teaching classes around the Boston area.
 
 
 
 


  Supporting Sponsors
Alfred Campanelli Charitable Foundation
Beacon Financial Planning Inc.
Cape Cod Lumber
Concord Food
Hannaford Supermarket
The Learning Cottage
Marcott Designs