Monday, June 21 - Friday, June 25 &Monday, July 12 - Friday, July 1610 am - 2 pm $199 (+ tax) per child, per week; $10 Member discount Why do the tides change? What makes a rainbow? Why do cats’ eyes glow? Science is full of unexpected phenomena. Come satisfy your curiosity as we explore
Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at 1 pmFREE for Members or with General Admission Join us at the Cook Museum as Sarah May, the Museum’s Ectotherm Specialist, discusses insect life that occurs at night – the chirping you hear, the fireflies you see, and the pollinating that happens. Also learn about how
Monday, March 22 - Saturday, April 1010 am - 3 pmFREE for Members or with General Admission Who wants to talk about insect eggs? Insect eggs are fascinating, but often hard to find in nature. Visit the Wonderful World of Insects Exhibit to get an up-close view of a variety of insect eggs and
Tuesdays, March 9 & 2310 - 11:30 am 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
Tuesdays, March 2 & 1610 - 11:30 am 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
Friday, February 12 - Saturday, February 13FREE for Members or with General Admission Visit the Museum on Friday or Saturday February 12 & 13 and choose a valentine or two to take home that you can color and decorate.
Saturday, February 20 at 10 am & NoonFREE for Members or with General Admission Come learn more about how crabs play an important role in many ecosystems in this brief Question & Answer session with Animal Care.
Saturday, February 27 at 1 pmFREE for Members or with General Admission What are very, very, very small but produce beautiful colors? Nanoparticles! Found throughout nature, these tiny particles interact differently with light than larger objects do, resulting in iridescence that reflects from
Saturday, February 20 at 1 pmFREE for Members or with General Admission Discover and learn all about elk, caribou, white-tailed deer, and more in this Science on the Spot! Find out how they are the same and how they are different by studying their tracks, looking at their antlers, and even
Saturday, February 13 at 1 pmFREE for Members or with General Admission This Science on the Spot is all about sea turtles and specifically the world's most endangered sea turtle, the Kemp's ridley! Learn what makes sea turtles special, how ocean pollution impacts these turtles, and discuss how
Saturday, February 6 at 1 pmFREE for Members or with General Admission Fascinated by the rockin’ music of a chorus of frogs? Come learn more about these bioindicators that inhabit backyards in the Frog Fascination Science on the Spot. Attendees will learn how to identify the calls of various
Saturday, March 69:15 am - 2 pmFREE with registration, Limited spots availableFor ages 19 and older Collect an ant, mosquito, or beetle and join us for a half-day, hands-on experience. You will extract your bug's DNA and, through a laboratory technique called DNA barcoding, take a look into