Saturday, March 16, 2019 - 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Experiment, create and have fun with Family Programs every week at Curious Kids’ Museum. Programs in science, history, culture and technology happen every Saturday.
FREE with Admission or Curious Kids’ Museum Membership. Admission- $6 per person, 12 months and older
Feb 23 Animals Alive Get up close and personal with something wild! Join Tom Moore with Wild Tracks as we venture into the exciting world of reptiles.
March 2 The Canoe The canoe was used as a means of water transportation by all Native Americans. Canoes ranged in size from ones that held a single person to those that held 60 people! Join us and make your own canoe.
March 9 Lego Bingo! Join the Curious Kids’ Museum for a fun game of LEGO BINGO! Prizes will be awarded to the first child ages 2-10 who wins “BINGO” in each game. (Rules will be posted). The BINGO games are FREE and open to the public! No pre-registration is required. Please enter through the CKM south side brown door. Game times: 1:00, 1:30, 2:00 and 2:30.
March 16 Sand Dollar Did you know the sand dollars are a class of marine animals known as echinoids, spiny-skinned creatures? Learn the different names for sand dollars and make a sand dollar. book mark.
Location:Curious Kids' Museum
415 Lake Boulevard
Contact:Cost: Free with regular admission ($6/person 12m and older)
Event Website: Click to Visit
Organizer: Curious Kids Museum
Organization: Curious Kids Museum
Organizer Phone: (269) 983-2543
Organizer Email: Not Provided
- Crafts & Creative Activities
- Grades K-2
- Indoor Play
- The Lake: South Haven, Saugatuck, St. Joseph
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