Create musical instruments out of recycled materials.
Sunday, March 25
Bring a little spring home by creating a variety of fun and funky flowers.
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!
Monday, March 26 4-7pm
Learn the basics of being a great babysitter from one of our great and experienced teachers!
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. click here to register
Build Big with the Rigamajig
Friday, March 30 10-11am
Rigamawho? Rigamajig! Join us for Not Your Average Friday with the Rigamajig and building big! We will be using our imaginations and engineering skills to build big with huge cards, Legos, etc.
Grassy Head Creatures
Saturday, March 31
Lets get geared up for gardening season. Come design, create, and seed your own creature with grass hair! We will use recycled material, grass seeds and our green thumbs to sprout these creatures. Make them here, take them home and watch their hair sprout before your eyes.
Shave Cream Printing
Friday, April 6
What does shave cream, a squeegee and dye have in common? They are the perfect tools for creating a masterpiece!
A Tribute to Rosie Revere
Thursday, April 26 10-11am
Learn how a young girl who dreamed of being an engineer came to be, based on the book, Rosie Revere by Andrea Beaty. Your child will be able to design, create, construct and imagine like Rosie with our Super Science Explorers tribute!