Our hands-on programs are designed for children ages 5-12 and their families. Hands-on activities highlight different parts of the Museum's permanent and temporary exhibits and collections. Participants will make arts and crafts to take home and see demonstrations or performances where noted. Annual favorites include Safe Halloween, Chemistry Day and Festival of Health. ALL PROGRAMS ARE FREE.
Contact Lindsay Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (269) 373-7987 to find out how you can become a Museum volunteer. Volunteers are recruited throughout the year. All volunteers are required to fill out a background check.
Festival of Health
March 8, 2014
Area health organizations come together to share information and activities about health and nutrition.
Spring Break Hands-On Happenings: Down on the Farm
April 7-11, 2014
Join us for a full week exploring life on the farm, from the past to the present.
April 7: Farm Animals
April 8: Harvest Time
April 9: Barns, Chicken Coops, and Homesteads
April 10: Tractors and More
April 11: Family Stories
Moon Mapping and More
April 19, 2014
1 - 4 pm
This week's lunar eclipse and other solar system fun will be the subject of demonstrations and activities today.