February 20-24, 9am-4pm – Featuring a new mystery in our Whodunnit Series
Let the Games Begin! But wait…the ball has gone missing! We can’t start the game until we find it. Don’t feel deflated; YOU can help us solve this mystery! Kids will use their observational skills, teamwork and a little science to examine evidence, break codes and complete various activities throughout the Museum, each one earning them a new clue. Will you find all the clues and solve this mystery before the whistle blows?
Sponsored by Big Y Supermarket
MA Vest-A-Dog presents Officer O’Connell and his K-9 partner, Jett & Officer Ahlborg and his K-9 partner Louie from the Environmental Police. Also meet Diane and her search dog Quinn. Mass Vest-A-Dog is a non-profit organization that provides bullet- and stab-protective vests, essential safety and training equipment, and funding for police K-9s throughout the state.
Thursday, February 23 & Friday, February 24, 10am-1pm New York Life works with members of your local community to ensure the safety of our children. See what you can do to create a happier and safe environment for your friends and family. Your child will receive a FREE identification, which will have your child’s photo, digital prints, and other important information. *To receive an identification card, children must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian.
Wednesdays, 10-11am (no class February 22, resumes March 1)
Music builds your toddler’s brain! This popular program offers a variety of creative musical activities: singing, rhythm making, dramatic interpretation, listening and learning about different forms and styles of music and lots of movement.
STEM for Beginners
Thursdays, 10-11am (no class February 22, resumes March 1)
Preschoolers are invited to become young scientists and strengthen Science, Technology, Engineering and Math skills through hands-on exploration.
Friday, March 10, 5pm-7pm
Put on your pjs, come to the Museum and enjoy a special nighttime edition of Miss Kerry’s Exploring Music program! This Jammie Jam will feature singing, rhythm-making and movement to a variety of musical stylings. After, calm down with some creative crafting and relax with bedtime treats before heading off for some shut-eye. Also featuring: Amy Gemmiti, child sleep consultant, Drifting to Dreamland