Posts Tagged ‘Animal Happenings’
How to Stay Active and Healthy in the Summer Time
Summertime is the best time to start becoming more physically active. With all the extra time your child has its important to make sure they have fun during summer vacation but also that they stay happy, active and healthy. Here are some ways to stay active and healthy in the summer: Keep them Hydrated: It’s…Read More
This past Friday there were animals, feathered, scaled and fluffy at the Museum courtesy of Curious Creatures. Not only did visitors have the chance to see the animals and learn about them, but they also had a chance to pet the animals as well. Some of the many awesome animals that were at the Museum…Read More
Chinchillas and Bunnies and Frogs, Oh My!
The Children’s Museum was thrilled to welcome Matt of Animal World Experience on Thursday. After several weeks of voting for our favorite animals, the votes were counted and Matt brought in the winners! Including:Rudy – A Chinchilla whose breed has become endangered because they have the softest fur in the world and have unfortunately been…Read More
Best of Winter 2010
My name is Andrea Servidone, and I am a photographer who focuses on family and child portraiture as well as wedding photography.I recently volunteered at the Children’s Museum in Easton, where I had the extreme pleasure of photographing children and their families enjoying the many programs and exhibits the museum has to offer. Being a…Read More
And The Winner Is…
Last week was finally the results of the intense voting that has been going on for the past couple weeks. The monkey came out the winner, with the bunny coming in a close second. What should me name our newest friend at the Museum? I think I feel a new contest coming on! Make sure…Read More
It’s Not Over!
Not by a long Shot. Join us this week as we bring in two of our most popular Drop In Day activities ever! Curious Creatures will visit us on Thursday 8/28 for two shows at 10:30am & noon. Stop by and get up close (or maybe not so close) to a baby alligator, snakes and…Read More