Experience a variety of topics with our themed programming!
Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum strives to offer a variety of programming throughout the year on topics of interest to the community. These two-hour programs allow children to be immersed in a topic with hands-on and engaging activities. Get ready to see the museum in a whole new way.
Don’t forget to the mark the calendar, we have themed programs coming up! More information on each program can be found as it becomes available by clicking on the program below. Please be aware that dates and times are subject to change.
- Dig Deep Archaeology Program – November 10, 2018; 4-6pm
What information can be found beneath our feet?
- In the Spirit of Giving Program – December 8, 2018; 4-7pm
Help us give back to the community by working on several projects for those in need around us!
- Look Up! WonderStars Astronomy Program – January 12, 2018; 4-6pm
Join us for a night under the stars. What can we discover by looking up?
Costs and Registration Information
$12 per child ($10 for members)
All children must be accompanied by an adult
Pre-registration is requested, each program will have its own registration form. You can fill out the online form or register over the phone or at the museum.
Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum has embarked on a journey to provide fun activities to a small group of kids, allowing them to engage with existing exhibits in a new way, help with the creation of new exhibits, or to experience something not usually offered by the museum. Past themed programs have included:
- Animal Frenzy
An opportunity for children to learn about the hibernation, migration, and adaptation of animals during the winter months. Some activities included making a blanket den, experiencing the magic of blubber, and making bird suet.
- WonderGrow Gardening Experience
This series of programs ran periodically from spring to fall, following the growth and changes of gardens. Participants helped with the creation and planting of the WonderGrow Garden exhibit in the front window of the museum. Some activities throughout the season included germinating beans in a plastic viewing bag, planting herbs for the local food shelf, making concrete garden stones, making tomato sauce and pizzas with the harvest, and making seed paper to plant in the spring.
For additional information please contact the museum by calling 802-282-2678 or emailing [email protected]