What's New?
 
Our summer hours have begun!
From June 15-August 30, we will be open Monday-Friday, from 9am-4pm.
We are open on Saturdays from noon-4pm, and we are closed on Sundays.
 
Summer Drop-In Days
Thursday and Friday's from July 10-August 29,10am-3pm, weather permitting
No Registration Required
Free
with Museum Admission
  

 
Bigfoot- Thursday, July 31
10am - 3pm
Have you ever spotted the elusive Bigfoot? Come learn about nature and the animals that share the wilderness with him, then make a diorama he’d be happy to call home.  New England Reptile and Raptor show at 11am.
  sponsored by Marcott Designs
 
 
 
Pirates- Friday, August 1st
10am - 3pm

 Aaarrr, mateys! Dress in ye best swashbucklin’ pirate garb and have ye a grand great adventuaaarr, me hearties! Enjoy Awesome Robb's Pirate Magic Show at 11am.  Then, at 1pm the Children's Museum in Easton will be helping you learn about what it takes to be a pirate. Create a pirate map, listen to tales of the sea, and launch marshmallows during target practice! By the end of the day you'll be a buccaneer ready to take on the stormy sea!


Dino Day - Thursday, August 7
10am-3pm
 
Dinosaurs -Dinosaurs ruled the Earth millions of years ago and they rule again today! Make dinosaur tracks, create your own dino and check out a special show. 11am -Meet Animal World Experience’s ancient animal friends, touch real fossils, walk like dinosaurs and so much more!




StoryWalk: What Do Wheels Do All Day? 
Wednesday, August 13, 11:30am-2pm
Join author April Jones Prince at the Museum for our very first StoryWalk. StoryWalks are designed to get people moving and enjoy books in a whole new way. Of course, we’ll have lots of crafts as well. This event is free with Museum admission.

The StoryWalk™ concept was created by Anne Ferguson and developed in cooperation with the Kellogg Hubbard Library and the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition.


S
ummer Mini Camps
One-Week sessions from June 23- August 27, 8:30- 11:30 am.
 
Join us for a summer to remember!  We're here to meet the developmental needs of children around the ages of 3-7. Our summer camp will allow your child's developmental skills to improve even more by participating in art, literacy, take-home crafts, science activities and much more! Our program is geared for hands-on exploration and provide open-ended opportunities for children to build understanding and knowledge. Your child will learn while having fun! Our summer camp will be taught by Professional Museum educators, and assisted by our CITs, and student teachers. Your children will be promised plenty of individualized attention. We're doing all of this for YOU, and we know how busy families are in the summer. Therefore, we are offering one-week summer camp programs and are allowing you to select the weeks you want!