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UPCOMING EVENTS AT CURIOUS KIDS' MUSEUM
FAMILY PROGRAM- SATURDAY, FEB. 21, 12-4 P.M.-- "ANIMALS ALIVE."
Everyone loves animals. Join us for a live animal program with "Wild Tracks/Tom Moore," featuring many different kinds of reptiles and amphibians.
WEE DISCOVER- WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25, 10:30 A.M.-- "IF YOU GIVE A MOOSE A MUFFIN."
If you give a moose a muffin, he'll want jam to go with it. Wee Discover is held every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. for preschoolers based on the concept of "Mother Goose Science" for young children. The program helps children discover the world around them by linking reading a different story each week with hands-on learning play experiences about different themes. Children exercise through body motion, develop hand-eye coordination, and grasp how the many things in the world around us really work by experiencing them. These fun programs are free with memberships or paid admission.
UPCOMING EVENTS AT CURIOUS KIDS' DISCOVERY ZONE
FAMILY PROGRAM- SATURDAY, FEB. 21, 12-4 P.M.-- "IMAGINE THAT!"
If you could make up your own animal, what would it be? The body of a hippo with a neck like a giraffe and a trunk like an elephant? Have fun creating the wildest creature you can imagine!
FAMILY FUN NIGHT- THURSDAY, FEB. 26, 4-8:30 P.M.
Join us for Family Fun Night every Thursday from 4-8:30 p.m. when admission is half-price, just $3 per person! Enjoy fun crafts also from 6:30-8 p.m.
Have you ever wished to experience a safari with wild animals? Come and explore a trip thru the wild kingdom. There's plenty of wildlife for would-be explorers to spot while walking through the bush. Zig zag by the Zebra, tip toe past the crocodile cave, cross bravely past the Tiger's Lair. Check out the long neck of the giraffe. Stop in at the Safari Research Center for fun facts on your favorite animals, or step into the Room of Knowledge for fun crafts to take home, a zebra headband, a standing giraffe, binoculars, and elephant bag puppets.
Native Americans lived in various camps throughout the year, gathering and storing food. It was only in the Summer that they lived in one place gathering wild berries, vegetables and fruits for the long winters ahead. Go from the Old Western Town in the Discovery Zone into the Native American village. Sit around the campfire and tell stories of long ago. Slip off in the canoe to do a little fishing and scouting. Make a fun Native American craft to take home.