Come dressed in your best costume and make pipe-cleaner pumpkin this weekend at Discovery Gateway! Inside the museum, we will be hosting a scavenger hunt to find our bees all dressed up in costumes. Find them all to win a prize!
Ada Lovelace is one of the earliest computer scientists. She lived in the 1800’s. Along with her mentor Charles Babbage, she went on to write the first design for a computer. She is an excellent early example of women in STEM.
Here is a fun way to turn some recycling into a fun decoration! By making your own haunted house, you can customize it to be as scary or as silly as your child wants.
Halloween offers us a fun excuse to talk about bats. Bats are amazing! There are over 1400 species of bats. While we are familiar with black bats for Halloween, they come in a lot of different colors and can be brown, gray red, and even white. Bats are responsible for pollinating plants and also getting rid of harmful bugs, like mosquitos.
Class Name Tuesdays | 11 am, 12, 2 & 3 pm Become a master storyteller and develop your child’s critical thinking skills during this class. Class for children 18 months – 3 years. Parents must remain with their child during entire session. Sign up to participate at the Information Desk. Limit 12 students per class.