Upcoming Events and Programs


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Check out what’s coming up!  Click here for a printable April or May Calendars.  Or, Click here for a our online calendar

Pirates & Fairies

Thursday, May 24
10am-2pm

10am & 2pm: Story and crafts with April Jones Prince, author of Goldenlocks and the Three Pirates.

11am & 1pm: Songs, stories and games with Tinker Bell.

Also, make a fairy garden. Additional fee applies.

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Exploring Music

Wednesdays (no class on April 18)
10-11am

Music is known to build your toddler’s brain. This popular program offers a variety of creative musical activities including singing, rhythm-making, dramatic interpretation, listening and learning about different forms and styles of music and lots of movement!

 

 

Exploring Music

Super Science Explorers

Thursdays, 10-11am
4:30-6:30pm

Preschoolers are naturally curious about the world around them. This brand new program series, taught by our STEM educators, introduces science concepts in easy to understand ways with simple, hands-on guided projects.

May 31: Silly Circles
June 7: Fabulous Flyers
June 14: Creepy Crawlers
June 21: Measuring up Dinos

Family Autism Program

Saturday, May 26
10am-noon

The Museum will be open to families with children aged 10 and under on the Autism Spectrum, and those with Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS). They and their families have a chance to explore the Museum’s hands-on exhibits in a less overwhelming atmosphere.  The cost is $3 per person and you must register to attend.

Father’s Day Road Race and Fun Walk

Sunday, June 17

Start Father’s Day off on the right foot by participating in the Museum’s Annual Road Race or Fun Walk. Whether you walk or run, you’ll enjoy the gently looping course that begins on Main Street and winds through the tree-lined streets of historic North Easton Village, past H.H. Richardson buildings and F.L. Olmsted landscapes. The picturesque course is mostly flat, with a few rolling hills.

Super Science Summer Series

Thursdays, 10am-11am
June 28-August 23
Admission plus $5 materials fee required for each session. Space is limited  Become a Member and Save!

Children are naturally curious about the world around them. This brand new program series, taught by our STEM educators, introduces science concepts in easy to understand ways with cool, hands-on guided projects.  Each week offer offers a new take-home activity.

Dino Dig! – June 28th
Identify, compare and explore. Junior paleontologists will excavate fossils. Children take the piece home to create a 3D model! Engage in discussions about various extinction theories while learning fun facts about these creatures that once roamed the Earth.

This charge covers the materials fee for class.  You must check in and pay admission when you arrive.

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