Experience a day in the life of an 1830s Native American kid or a 1910 pioneer child. Explore 150 years of history with a museum scavenger hunt. Museum features interactive exhibits where visitors can learn what grew in Potawatomi garden, sit on a porch of an 1890s farmhouse, walk through an old-fashioned general store, try Morse code at the Train Station, and see a 1960s computer. Starting June 7, there will be free walk-in activities every Tuesday afternoon, and free nature walks every other Wednesday morning for the next 10 weeks. For a list of specific activities for the summer, please email [email protected].