School Age Programs

All participants will be required to wear a mask for the entirety of the program. If Wednesday and Friday programs fill, a Thursday session will be added.

**Classes will be limited to 9 students each session. Each program will need a minimum of 5 students to run.

School age programs are available to all students between the age of 5 and 13. We ask that families sign their child up for the appropriate section. These programs allow children to experience STEAM based activities and concepts through hands-on experiments, building, and play. Children will have their own table and set of supplies and will not share materials with other program participants.

5-8-Year Old Programs

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9-13-Year-Old Programs

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Ages: 5-8-Years-Old
Time: 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. & 3 – 5 p.m.
Cost: $13 Members / Museums for All                 
$18 Non-Members

October: Meteorology
October is Earth Science month. We will learn about the science of meteorology and where our weather comes from.

  • Wednesday, September 30
  • Friday, October 2

November: Recycled Art
Let’s celebrate America Recycles Day by recycling our “trash” into some amazing art!

  • Wednesday, November 4
  • Friday, November 6

December: Architecture
Architecture is the art and science of designing buildings and other physical structures.  We will use problem-solving, spatial awareness, scale and creative thinking to design and build a model of our own dream room!

  • Wednesday, December 2
  • Friday, December 4





Ages: 9-13-Years-Old
Time: 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. & 3 – 5 p.m.
Cost: $13 Members / Museums for All                 
$18 Non-Members

October: Nano
Together we will celebrate NanoDays and learn about the very, very small.

  • Wednesday, September 30
  • Friday, October 2

November: Electricity & Magnetism
These two fundamental forces are interconnected. Learn how and why this is useful.

  • Wednesday, November 4
  • Friday, November 6

December: Math Art
We will use math to make art. Geometry, perspective, and the Fibonacci sequence are all mathematical principles we see in art.

  • Wednesday, December 2
  • Friday, December 4