Upcoming Events and Programs

What’s New?

Click here to see what special events and programs the Museum has planned for the coming weeks. click here for a full calendar

Summer Drop in Days

Summer Drop-in Days are every Wednesday and Thursday in July and August from 10am-3pm.  These themed events feature art & science activities, special performances and more!  click here for showtimes and more info

Super Hero Day
Wednesday, July 27, 10am-3pm
Fly over dressed as your favorite super hero and take part in agility and strength exercises. Enjoy a special “super” comedy and magic show at 11am & 1pm from professional entertainer Awesome Robb.  

Birds of Prey & Touch Tanks
Wednesday, August 3, 10am-3pm
At 10am, meet and learn about hawks, owls and vultures in this program presented by New England Reptile and Raptor. From 12:30pm-2:30pm, explore and compare the creatures that live in fresh water and salt water environments.
sponsored by Doyle’s Pub & Grill

Tie Dye
Thursday, July 28, 10am-3pm

Get groovy! Create a kaleidoscope of color that’s wearable. Bring a t-shirt or buy one from us for $5.  



Dog Days of Summer
Thurs, August 4, 10am-3pm

We’ve invited a cast of canines to take center stage and show us what they are capable of. You’ll meet some dogs who do important jobs and others who can do amazing tricks!


Summer Workshops programs 1

featuring Rigamajigs, Sewing, Rockets, Clay and more!  Starting July 5

Creating with Clay
Monday, July 25, 10am-noon
Have fun and learn different techniques like coiling and pinching.

Sew Much Fun
Monday, July 25, 1-3pm
Make with fabric and trim.

Blast Off!
Tuesday, July 26, 1-3pm
Learn to power rockets with air, water, gas and more.

Friday, July 29, 1-3pm
Build ’bots using a variety of recycled materials.

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Fridays 10am-10:45am  (there will be no class on Friday, July 8.  program resumes on July 15)

Enjoy an introduction to ballet in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. This class allows lots of room for self expression while also teaching basic positions and terminology. A great first dance class!

Family Autism Nightautism program

Friday, August 5, 4:30-7pm
The Children’s Museum in Easton will be open exclusively for families with children 10 and under on the Autism Spectrum. Children and their families will be able to explore the Museum’s hands-on exhibits in a less overwhelming atmosphere. The night’s events are free, but pre-registration is required. To pre-register, please call the Museum at (508) 230-3789.children's dental health center

This event is generously sponsored by Children’s Dental Health Center.