Use a special painting method to make these beautiful works of art this Wednesday.
When they feel spring’s warm, gentle breezes, bears leave their winter dens, rabbits bound out of their burrows to hop through clover-filled meadows, butterflies emerge from their cocoons in “Spring Song” by Barbara Sueling.
We’ll be building a birds nest this Sunday Funday so that you can care for your own little hatchlings. When you head into the Makerspace be ready to create your own paper garden by making a spring flower collage at 2:30 p.m.
Explore the life cycle of a chicken starting from the egg for Science Saturday. Put together a spring sensory bottle in the Makerspace at 2:30 p.m.
Get your Fit Friday workout in when we play chicken and the egg tag in the museum then create your own pollinator in a cup in the Makerspace at 3:30 p.m.
Join us to learn about Bulgarian martenitsa dolls and their purpose in ushering in Spring.
Add your own burst of color to these spring mandalas this Wednesday!
It’s springtime, and the pond is bursting with new life. Everyone is out and about, swimming, flapping, chirping, and quacking—except for one family of geese. When, oh when, will their last little one break on out and join the waiting world in “Shake a Leg, Egg!” by Kurt Cyrus.
Create your own key chain or necklace for Sunday Funday and join us in the Makerspace when we make May flower bouquets at 2:30 p.m.
In celebration of Mother’s Day, spend time making yarn wigs for young cancer fighters living in California. Someone from The Magic Yarn Project will show us how to make Ariel, Elsa, or Captain Jack Sparrow wigs. The wig you make will be donated to The Magic Yarn Project but you get to keep the skills to take […]
Join us for Science Saturday when we learn to make soap gems! In the Makerspace we’ll be making mini maypoles at 2:30 p.m.
Feel the spring breeze when we play the spring parachuting game on the museum floor, then join us in the Makerspace but be ready to make and mix when we learn about chemistry making our own bath bombs at 3:30 p.m.!