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Buggy-but true!  Ladybugs can be grouchy in a bug eat bug world. This program is for families with children ages 2-5 years old accompanied by an adult. Siblings under two may attend along with at least one paying older child. One adult required for every four children attending.  Pre-registration is required.

Available Classtimes:

Tuesday, April 19

10:15am-11:00am                  2-5yrs

12:15pm-1:00pm                    2-5yrs

Wednesday, April 20

10:15am-11:00am                  2-5yrs

12:15pm-1:00pm                    2-5yrs

MommyandMe

At our Mommy & Me events, enjoy free coffee and meet other Lancaster mommies, daddies and caretakers. Bring your little ones, 5 and under, to the Explore Nature Gallery for a hands-on introduction to science and nature.

March’s Mommy & Me event is all about the unique and fun aspects of eggs. Learn how to make an egg float, bounce and also get an up-close look at a real Ostrich egg. There will be a chance for hands-on experiences with many replica eggs from our collections.

Free with general museum admission and children 5 and under are free.

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Treat yourself and your family to an exciting show in our SciDome theater–Central PA’s largest planetarium. These immersive shows are both fun and educational.

Easter Monday SciDome Schedule:

11:30 am Magic Tree House

12:30 pm Dynamic Earth

1:30 pm Cosmic Journeys (Live Show)

Non-Members: Admission tickets are required for each SciDome show.

Members: SciDome admission is free with Museum Membership ID.

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Treat yourself and your family to an exciting show in our SciDome theater–Central PA’s largest planetarium. These immersive shows are both fun and educational.

Good Friday SciDome Schedule:

11:30 am Magic Tree House

12:30 pm Dynamic Earth

1:30 pm Cosmic Journeys (Live Show)

 

Non-Members: Admission tickets are required for each SciDome show.

Members: SciDome admission is free with Museum Membership ID.

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Members are invited to join the North Museum’s own Cosmic Mike® for a look at four new potential shows for our planetarium. At the preview, your feedback will help us select an exciting new title for our summer 2016 schedule!

Seating in the SciDome Theater is limited. Please RSVP for this Members only event at membership@northmuseum.org.

Sleepy Bear

Have a “beary” good time with Sleepy Bear as he wakes up from his winter snooze and gets ready for spring. These programs are for families with children ages 2-5 years old accompanied by an adult. Siblings under two may attend along with at least one paying older child. One adult required for every four children attending.  Pre-registration is required. $5 per child.

Tuesday, February 23 

10:15am-11:00am                  2-5yrs

12:15pm-1:00pm                    2-5yrs

Wednesday, February 24 

10:15am-11:00am                  2-5yrs

12:15pm-1:00pm                    2-5yrs

Fun is a heartbeat away when you create valentines to send, save and eat. These programs are for families with children ages 2-5 years old accompanied by an adult. Siblings under two may attend along with at least one paying older child. One adult required for every four children attending.  Pre-registration is required. $5 per child.

Tuesday, February 9 

10:15am-11:00am                  2-5yrs

12:15pm-1:00pm                    2-5yrs

Wednesday, February 10 

10:15am-11:00am                  2-5yrs

12:15pm-1:00pm                    2-5yrs

Boehm’s Chapel 30th annual Apple Festival will be held, October 10, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., rain or shine, on the campus of Boehm’s United Methodist Church, 13 West Boehms Road, Willow StreetApple Festival Oct 10

Tents offering homemade apple butter, apple dumplings, baked goods,  kids’ games including the ever popular ‘apple sling-shot’ and luncheon fare will be scattered throughout the campus. Vendors displaying homemade crafts will line the walkway to the old chapel and will also be found inside the fellowship hall of the church.

The presentation of the DVD, “More than Just a Chapel on a Hill”, highlighting the history of the chapel and Boehm family will be shown in the historic 1791 chapel.

Admission and Parking are free. For additional information please Email

boehmschapel@gmail.com, or phone 717-872-4133.

Bring your child’s favorite stuffed animal friend(s) to the North Museum of Nature and Science for a sleepover adventure that they will never forget! Drop off your stuffed animal(s) any time between 4:00pm-6:00pm on Friday, August 14 for a sleepover, and then pick him/her up the next day Saturday, August 15 at 10:00am. There is no limit to the number of stuffed animals that you can bring.
A $5.00 fee per animal is due at time of drop-off.

During their sleepover your stuffed animal(s) will enjoy exploring the new Museum before being tucked safely in for the night.

On Saturday you will receive personalized photos of your stuffed animal(s) night at the Museum and get a chance to see what shenanigans your stuffed animal(s) got into during their sleepover.

Details & Registration

Members of the First Continental Regiment will be visiting Rock Ford to work on a variety of 18th Century skills throughout the day. Planned activities for the men include drilling under the 1764 Manual of Arms and demonstrating how to start a fire, roll proper cartridges and clean a musket using proper period techniques. In addition, the ladies will be demonstrating how to put together meals using seasonal food stuffs, how to use a tape loom, how to weave a basket and other necessary skills of camp life.
NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
$8 Adults; $7 Seniors (65+); $6 Children (6-12) and Free for Children under 6