Girls Who Code

Meets 1st & 3rd Thursday 4:30-5:30 p.m. October 2019– May 2020 Girls Who Code is a free after-school program for 3rd-5th grade girls. Learn the concepts of loops, variables, conditionals and functions that form the basis for all programming languages. All while having fun and making friends!

First Friday

The first Friday of every month the Museum will be open until 7:00. Check out our first Friday workshops from 5-6:00 p.m. Workshops are museum admission plus $2 material fee, registration required.February 7th: 3D Printing and PensMarch 6th: Rock PaintingApril 3rd: Pour Paint ProjectMay 1st: Celebrate Space Day 

Pour Paint Workshop

Check out our first Friday workshops from 5-6:00 p.m. Workshops are museum admission plus $2 material fee, registration required.February 7th: 3D Printing and PensMarch 6th: Rock PaintingApril 3rd: Pour Paint ProjectMay 1st: Celebrate Space Day 

Scout-Earth Day Cooking

Celebrate our home planet with Earth Day Cooking! Scouts will create dirt and other yummy treats. Registration includes a fun patch and materials for class. Ages 6+, $15/Scout Register online: http://bit.ly/earth-cooking

Preschool Discovery Days-Weather Concepts

This monthly Saturday morning program is a whole lot of fun for your little ones ages 2-6. Hands-on activities exploring rotating themes are available on a walk-in basis, while supplies last. Free with regular admission.  January 4th: Arctic AnimalsFebruary 1st: American Heart MonthMarch 7th: Under the SeaApril 4th: Weather ConceptsMay 2nd: On the Farm

Scout-Earth Day Cooking

Celebrate our home planet with Earth Day Cooking! Scouts will create dirt and other yummy treats. Registration includes a fun patch and materials for class. Ages 6+, $15/Scout Register Online: http://bit.ly/earth-cooking

Ready, Set, Grow

Have you ever wondered what your child is learning through their play?  Do you ever wonder if your child is ready for kindergarten? This program will help you learn why play is important and how to understand it. Your child will be invited to play, and you will be invited to chat, observe and play alongside your child. $25 for ... Read More

Infectious Intelligence

Middle and High School-aged students will design and build tethered robots using engineering design concepts. Robots will be created to compete in a competition. Sketchup, technical drawing, circuits, mechanical engineering, critical thinking, and mathematical skills will be taught. Class size is limited to 14 students and a teacher’s recommendation is required because of the challenging nature of the club. Open ... Read More

Paint Me a Story

This Tuesday afternoon storytime-art-studio-mashup is a whole lot of fun for your little ones ages 2-6. Storytime ignites preschoolers’ imaginations for creating hands-on art activities exploring colorful book themes and characters. Build language skills, color recognition, and small motor skills.Free with regular admission. Adults must stay with children during the program.March 3rd: "Hoo, Hoo, Who?"April 7th: "Up, Down, Around"May 5th: ... Read More

Homeschool Hangouts

Every other Wednesday 11-1p.m. during the school year beginning January 15-April 22. Parent/child activities designed to complement concepts taught in homeschool curriculum, grades K-12. Discounted admission for homeschool families. January 15th: Kitchen Chemistry January 29th: Lego Engineering February 12th: Healthy Hearts February 26th: Financial Fitness March 11th: BTE Theater in the Classroom March 25th: Thank a Farmer- Ag Week April ... Read More