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This spirit-rousing musical play chronicles the struggles and triumphs of pioneering African American baseball players. Ages 6-12.
It’s time for high adventure as Jojo goes on the lookout for all kinds of fascinating creatures in the wilds of his very own yard. Ages 3-6.
From ancient to modern, these tales come alive with the culture of the Asian countryside. Ages 5-10.
Children 5 and under are invited to join us this month as we learn about the special foods Marines eat, through hands on activities, story times and crafts!
We are celebrating our annual MRE cook-off with a special family day event that focuses on the history of MREs and how they have changed over time.
Do you have a telescope at home you aren’t sure how to use? Our experts can help you!
Students will experience incredible footage of the legendary Galápagos Islands with marine scientist and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Enric Sala. Enric will lead an exploration into some of the last wild places on Earth in amazing detail, showing students their beauty and explaining why they need protecting. Grades 5-8.
Students will explore the valley grasslands, woodland savannas, and lush rain forests of Mozambique’s exceptionally biodiverse Gorongosa National Park with conservation ecologist Dominique Gonçalves, who is working to save its elephants. Grades 5-8.
Practice fine motor skills with your young learner as you both core and crank holes with a hand drill. Ages 3+.
This month we will read Whose Hat is This? by Sharon Katz Cooper and learn about recognizing police uniforms and gear.