MONDAY, OCTOBER 15 – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21

Monday, October 15th

Waldorf Parent/Child Class
9:30am – 10:45am
Provides a great introduction to Waldorf Education, and it’s dedication to nature-based learning. This class is exclusively outdoors, and led by experienced Waldorf Educator, Andi Pisacano.

Children come to…

  • Explore a child-friendly outdoor environment that challenges and nurtures
  • Delight in special attention given to support their unfolding interests, motor abilities, and problem-solving skills.
  • Experience social interaction in play that stimulates their speech and language development.

Parents come and…

  • Experience an environment that encourages the valuable exchange of ideas and information.
  • Explore the value of observation in seeing and understanding what their children are doing and how they are learning as they play.
  • Delight in the joy of sharing songs and games with their children that support speech and language development.

Tuesday, October 16th

**Museum Closed**
While the Museum is closed to the general public on Tuesdays, Baby & Me meets at 11:30am.

Wednesday, October 17th

Tot Spot
10:45am – 11:45am

Your “Baby and Me” grad is happiest when he or she is moving all about and exploring! Celebrate your child’s newfound abilities and their increasing independence with Tot Spot! Led by the Museum’s Education Coordinator, Liz Bard, this weekly social-emotional development program provides toddlers with opportunities to explore, observe, and get moving in a program designed to encourage social-emotional skills, fine motor skills and emerging language.

Thursday, October 18th

Musikgarten: Cycle of Seasons – Fall
3:45 pm – 4:30pm

This fall, join Marlene Markard from Markard Music for Musikgarten: Cycle of Seasons!

Promote a lifelong love of music while preparing your child for success in learning a musical instrument! Using music from around the world as a backdrop, the 12-week program cultivates music literacy through dance, movement, singing, instrument exploration, tonal and rhythmic patterns, active listening, imaginative play, and more!

iCAMP Innovators Camp
3:30pm – 5pm
Join us after school for a STEAM program designed to develop campers into life-long innovators and instill confidence to prepare them for their future. Kids will develop the technical skills necessary to fill the growing demand in the technology industry through a specialized curriculum including Coding, Robotics, Drones, Virtual Reality & 3D Printing.

Afterschool Lego League
4pm – 5pm

Everything is awesome during our weekly After School Lego League! With instruction and guidance from a member of Museum’s Play Staff, kids attending this drop-off workshop will put their Lego skills to the test with a new challenge every week. From bridges to zip lines, this program is designed for builders looking to get a little more out of their Lego.

Saturday, October 20th

Interactive Reading of “The Art Inside”
10:30am – Noon

Join us, and local mom and author, Odessa Arriola for an interactive reading of her book, The Art Inside.  Inspired by her own childhood, and her children, Odessa brings the book to life with puppets, props and fun!  Children will have an opportunity to make their own paper puppets and crafts after the reading.

Sunday, October 21st

Lego Club at the Children’s Museum
10am – Noon

Join us every Sunday any time between 10am and noon for Lego Club at the Museum! We’re excited to share our love of all things Lego with Museum visitors and encourage children to create original designs. Kids can leave their works-in-progress and plan future sessions with the staff. Ages: Children of all ages. Cost: Free for Museum Members, $12 for non-members (includes admission to the Museum).

We have thousands of Lego, but can always use more. To help the Museum continue to build this program, we are looking for Lego donations! Please call 631-537-8250 to donate!

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