Not-So-Spooky October

ALL OCTOBER!

Fall Fun At Cmnh Calendar Of Activities Web

All October we are offering a combination of make-and-take activities and spooky online fun! See below for details.

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Trick or Tree-T

Take home fun activities from CMNH!

Find the "Trick or Tree-T" tree inside the museum's front entrance vestibule, and pick up a make-and-take kit when we are open Thursdays - Saturdays (please reserve a date/time online before visiting). All of the activities will be Fall themed, nature-based activities!

Kits will be available starting at 9am Thursday mornings, and are first-come, first served. If you don't find a kit, you can try out our story walk nearby, and grab instructions to gather materials for the activity at home!

October 8-10: Leaf Rubbing Nature Journals

October 15-17: Pine Cone Critters

October 22-24: Biodegradable Ghosts

October 29-31: Wiggling Worms


Spooky Muse Studio Crafts

When you visit the Museum you will get to try a different Halloween-themed Muse Studio activity every week, free with admission!

October 8-10: Halloween Scratch Art

October 15-17: Halloween Gliders

October 22-24: Make a Ghost Pencil Topper

October 29-31: Reflective Spider Necklaces


Online Spooky Scientist Wednesdays

Every Wednesday in October we'll release a new Spooky Scientist Wednesday video here on our website, YouTube channel, as well as on Facebook!

Wednesday, October 7: Bat Rockets!

Wednesday, October 14: Frankenstein's Hand!

Wednesday, October 21: Disappearing Ghost!

Wednesday, October 28: Spooky Sparks!

Bat Rockets!


Frankenstein's Hand

Spooky Sparks and Fizzy Pumpkins!

Disappearing Ghosts & Monster Ice!

Nsss2014 Seth And Baby

Wear Your Costumes!

All October visitors are welcome to wear their costumes when visiting the museum! (Regular masks for safety still must be worn with costumes, even those that have decorative masks.) Don't forget to reserve a date/time online before visiting!


Story Walk

Check out our Story Walk in upper Henry Law Park (along the railing around the pavilion). The story is "The Little Old Lady Who Wasn't Afraid of Anything," and is perfect for ages 3-7...and grown-ups! Read it anytime with lots of sound effects and movement for a fun time outside in the beautiful fall weather!

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