Curious Creatures

    Fri, Aug 23, 2013

    Times: 10am to 3pm

    Venue: The Children's Museum in Easton

    9 Sullivan Avenue, North Easton, MA 02356

    Contact:

    info@childrensmuseumineaston.org

    508-230-3789

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    Get curious! Visit the Children's Museum in Easton on Friday August 23 and interact with exotic animals from 10am to 3pm. At 11am and 1pm Curious Creatures will present a number of different animals for a fun and interactive learning experience. You can meet a lizard, turtle, baby alligator, snakes and more during this hands on program! During the presentations, the kids learn about the animals and, if appropriate, they can touch and hold them too! Kids will also be taught respect and appreciation for all animals. At 12pm kids can come into the museum and enjoy a fun book and related activity. This program is generously sponsored by All Season Tree Service. Drop in to the Children's Museum in Easton for some summer fun every Thursday and Friday July 11 - August 30! Drop-in Days explore a variety of different fun and educational themes. Each day has its own theme featuring a combination of expert presenters with hands-on arts and crafts and science activities designed for both fun and learning. Summer Drop-in Days take place in the Museum's outdoor facility The Wild Place, where kids can play, learn about nature, explore the many gardens or just sit and relax under a shady tree on a hot day. "Drop in Days" are free with admission and any age can participate. No registration is required. All Summer Drop-in Days are weather permitting. For a complete schedule of the Summer Drop-in Days check out our website www.childrensmuseumineaston.org. The Museum is located in the Old Fire Station on Sullivan Avenue in North Easton Village. Admission is $7.50 per person, members and children under 1 are free. For more information call The Children's Museum in Easton at (508) 230-3789 or check our website, www.childrensmuseumineaston.org.

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