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We are open on Martin Luther King Day!
Make Art Tuesdays
Storytime with Kris
We are closed on Sunday and most Mondays
Sensory Friendly Tuesday Evenings
Every fourth Tuesday of the month, we are inviting families in our community to explore the Museum in a sensory modified environment with limited admission. These events are exclusively for families who have a family member with sensory processing differences. The event runs from 5 to 7 p.m. Admission is free with required registration.
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Make Art Tuesdays
Paws for Tales
This program will be held in our Lending Library. We will have 1-2 dogs at each program so space will be limited! There is no early sign up and it will be based on a first come, first serve basis. Each child will get 10 minutes of reading with a dog.
Lion Lights: My Invention That Made Peace with Lions Author Event
January 28, 10:30 – 1 p.m
Lion Lights is the amazing true story of Richard Turere, a young Maasai living in Kenya. This is the story of how he, as a small child, invented a way to protect his family’s cows from hungry lions and at the same time ended the need to kill lions that were attacking the cows. Now his invention is being used all over the world. This book will inspire children everywhere to do amazing things!Ms. Pollock will be at the Museum to share this delightful story with families this month! We’ll have crafts, games, and music related to this story of invention and ingenuity. This book has recently won 2 awards: The National Science Teachers Award for outstanding science trade books for students and The California Reading Association Eureka Award for excellence in nonfiction. Shelly Pollock is a retired teacher who taught children and adults reading and math for over 25 years.