What's New?
 
The Museum will be closed for Fall spruce up from August 31-September 8.
New Fall programs begin on Tuesday, September 9.

Make-A-Mess with Sarah
Tuesdays, 10-10:45am
Beginning  9/9

Explore the many different ways to create art using paint, clay and other messy mediums. We’ll try new techniques and use a variety of tools in this hands-on (and sometimes messy) program. Please dress for a mess!

Exploring Music
Wednesdays, 10-10:45am
Beginning  9/10
Participate in a variety of creative musical activities with Kerry, including singing, rhythm-making, dramatic interpretation, listening and learning about many different forms and styles of music and lots of movement!

Nature Discovery
Thursdays,
10-10:45am
B
eginning 9/11
Dig into the fundamentals of gardening with Karen Cacciapuoti. Explore plants, nature and green living through hands-on activities, stories and games designed to introduce children and caregivers to the beauty and wonder of the natural world. Inclement weather means the class will be held inside.

Brick Builders
Fridays,
10-10:45am
Beginning 9/19

Build your child’s imagination and strengthen their science, technology, engineering and math skills in this guided class. Each week your child will be presented with a different challenge and encouraged to solve it creatively using LEGOs, DUPLOs and other building materials.

The Big Picture
Fridays, 11-11:45am
Beginning 9/12
Sometimes art is more dynamic when lots of people are involved! Each week your child will work on a piece of a project that will combine everyone’s efforts to make something really special. This class will build social skills and will stress the importance of teamwork.

 

World Wide Day of Play
Saturday, September 20
Noon-5pm

Nickelodeon’s World Wide Day of Play is an annual event designed to get children and parents to turn off the television and play, especially outdoors. We strongly encourage you to get out—and build an epic fort, balance on the beams, or make a massive wood disk tower in our Wild Place! Museum staffers will be on hand to help facilitate activities.