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Curious Kids' Museum

Phone: (269983-2543

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333 Broad St.
St. Joseph, MI 49085


                                              UPCOMING EVENTS AT CURIOUS KIDS' MUSEUM

SUPER SATURDAY FAMILY PROGRAM, JULY 26, 12:00-4:00 P.M.-- "WATER-SKIING."  In an emergency, the rove beetle can zoom across the surface of water.  Join us to find out how he does it!

CURIOSITY CAMP- MONDAY, JULY 28 THRU THURSDAY, JULY 31, 9:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.-- "PREHISTORIC STOMP." FOR AGES 4-6, $75.00 FOR MEMBERS, $95.00 FOR NON-MEMBERS. Dinosaur crazed kids will learn about plant-eating and meat-eating dinosaurs, and how dinosaurs move. Find out new discoveries, dig for fossils, make your own dino-books and fabricate your own special dinosaur. Campers will use grids, brushes and trowels to carefully work away and remove sand from around fossils. Campers will spend time at Discovery Zone with the "Be The Dino" exhibit and see REAL dinosaur bones.



Monday, July 28

Little Hands and Plate Crafts-- "Mardis Gras!"  Take a chance and try soemthing new. There's no limit to the things you can do with a plate made of paper.


Tuesday, July 29

Rain Forest Secrets-- "Lizards." Have you ever been to a rain forest? Join us as we learn about some of the 30 million or so kinds of plants and animals that live in the rain forest.


Wednesday, July 30

Animals Alive with Sarett Nature Center. Live Animal Show at 1 p.m.-- "Reptiles." Join us as we venture into the exciting world of animals with Sarett Nature Center. Each week, we'll learn about a different animal followed by fun crafts from 2:00-4:00 p.m.


Thursday, July 31

Vincent van Gogh-- "Two Women of Tahiti." Vincent van Gogh sold only one painting in his lifetime. Most of his paintings became priceless after he died.


Friday, Aug. 1

Natural History For Kids-- "Gliding Pteranodon." How we go about collecting information and answering questions about what happened millions of years ago is one of the most fascinating things about natural history. Are there animals alive today that lived millions of years ago?


                                                           UPCOMING EVENTS AT CURIOUS KIDS' DISCOVERY ZONE

DINO STOMP SATURDAY, JULY 26, 12:00-4:00 P.M.-- "DASPLETOSAURUS." A marginally smaller, close relative of Tyrannosaurus, the Daspletosaurus possessed the typical tyrannosaurid two-fingered hands, but its powerful jaws were equipped with larger (although fewer) teeth than Tyrannosaurus.



Monday, July 28

Prehistoric Footprints-- "Brachiosaurus." No human being has ever seen a living, breathing dinosaur, but we are learning more about them each day by studying fossilized bones and teeth. Join us each week as we learn about a different dinosaur and the life we think they lived.


Tuesday, July 29

The Unhuggables-- "Mosquito." Animals that are hard to love or even like at times.


Wednesday, July 30

Earth's History-- "The Carboniferous Period." There were creatures living on land 150 million years before the dinosaurs, and the first tiny life forms lived in the ocean. Join us as we explore Earth's history.


Thursday, July 31

Animals Alive with Love Creek Nature Center/Berrien County Parks. Live Animal Show at 1 p.m.-- "Reptiles and Amphibians." Join us as we venture into the exciting world of animals with Love Creek/Berrien County Parks. Each week we'll learn about a different animal followed by fun crafts from 2-4 p.m.


Friday, Aug. 1

How Fossils Are Formed-- "Bone To Stone." What is a fossil? Fossils are remains of dead animals or plants. These become trapped in the ground or turned into rock over millions of years. Join us each week to learn more about fossils.


















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