January Community Classes
Tuesdays, January 5 & 19
10 – 11:30 am
$12 (+ tax) per participant
Limited spots available. Adults who would like to participate in the class are able to register and pay the fee for their own slot (if available). Admission to the Exhibits is not included. There are two ways to register: in person at the Guest Services desk in the Museum lobby or contact the Group Sales department during regular weekday business hours at firstname.lastname@example.org or (256) 898-6312.
January Class Topics:
January 5 & 19: K – 4th Grade Class: Lights and Sounds
Do you ever wonder how the animals around you communicate? Birds, bats, frogs, and even insects use sounds and sometimes even light to communicate and learn about their environment. Come investigate some of the different ways the animals around us communicate with fun activities and Live Animal Presentations. You will even make your own firefly!
January 19 ONLY: 5th – 12th Grade Class: Get Hoppy: A Study of Orthopterans
As the sun goes down, nature’s music begins! Grasshoppers, crickets, and katydids are some of the most fascinating animals that come out at night. Come learn all about these hoppy creatures by observing, dissecting, and pinning Orthopterans. Examine the mechanics behind their beautiful music and study the mechanisms they use to escape predators.