Activities and games designed to teach about some of the birds
that share this land.
Homeschoolers will learn about plants and their role in the
ecosystem through discussion and hands-on activities. For ages
8-12; register by April 14.
Discover how things work and where light, shadows, sound, and
color come into technological exploration for young ones.
Before the event, girls can go online to learn the moves to "UR
Your Own Star," a song from the upcoming Isabelle movie. On the day
of the event, come to the store for a quick practice, and then
perform the dance live for the camera with other girls. Every
participant gets a special keepsake. Plus, clips from selected
performances will appear in a video during the Isabelle's in-store
movie premiere this summer. Reservations required.
Parents of children with albinism can listen and share tips and
ideas. The evening features two representatives from the
National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH):
Sheila Adamo, LCSW, CADC, Chairperson, NOAH Board of Directors, and
mother of a child with albinism Mike McGowan, Executive Director of
NOAH, and an adult with albinism. Babysitting is available.
Forts are the perfect place for pretend stakeout areas and
secret society meetings. Use couch cushions, upside-down
tables, doors, headboards-even stairs that go nowhere!-to create a
cool and cozy space that's all your own.
Explore the magic that happens when soap, water, and air
combine. Use wild wands to makebubbles big and small. Catch,
dance with and even step inside giant bubbles.
The exhibit features the rare Black Java
and White Java strains of chicken, which were an endangered species
less than a decade ago. Includes a special child-height egg
incubator, hatchery unit and a pen for newborn chicks. Runs from
March 18-June 16.