Classes are from 10-11am
Member: $20 per child; $5 per adult
Non-Member: $20 per child; $10 per adult
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September 11-13 from 10-11am
Let your imagination blast off into the solar system and beyond. If you were a space explorer, where would you go and what do you think you would find? Learn what it takes to be an astronaut, discover what we have in common with stars, and contemplate what life would be like on another planet.
Even though the surface of Earth is approximately 70 percent water and the oceans hold about 96 percent of
Earth’s water, we have only explored about five percent of our oceans. Sail along with us on an adventure to examine what lives in the ocean, compare ocean water to fresh water, and reflect upon ways we can protect our oceans.
18-36 months September 19
18-36 months September 20
They’re creepy, crawly critters, but don’t crush them! These creatures may be tiny and small, but they are capable of some amazing accomplishments. Come take a closer look to unearth their fascinating feats, and you will find that entomology can be quite entertaining.
18-36 months september 26
18-36 months September 27
They may have gone extinct long ago, but they never go out of style. Friendly or fierce, gigantic or small – which is your most favorite of all? We’ll explore the Life Then and Now Hall to look at fossils, footprints and other clues they left behind. You’ll be amazed at what we’ll find.
18-36 months October 3
18-36 months October 4
These scaly creatures have been around for about 320 million years and can live in many different environments, like swamps, forests, rivers, and deserts. The sight of them makes us both fearful and fascinated. Slide into their world and see how cool these cold-blooded creatures can be. Distinguish between turtles and tortoises, crocodiles and alligators. Understand what it means to be poisonous and venomous.
18-36 months October 10
18-36 months October 11
Come learn what’s the matter with chemistry and how we don’t just use it periodically. It’s all around us — in everything we can see, touch, feel, smell, or taste. Mix it up as you conduct your own experiments, observe reactions and examine changes. Bubble, foam, fizz! You are sure to have a blast!
18-36 months October 17
18-36 months October 18
Birds of a feather flock together. Some LOVE to shake their tail feathers, others can fly upside down and even backwards, and others don’t fly at all! Discover why calling someone a “bird brain” could be a compliment. You will have a soaring good time.
18-36 months October 24
18-36 months October 25
October 30-November 1
What is light and what makes it so fantastic? Come explore and learn about the different types of light: transparent, translucent, and opaque. Find out how light travels and how it affects us and the world around us.
18-36 months October 31
18-36 months November 1