Events for kids


These are adult-oriented programs. Explore More at Pritchard Park is an interdepartmental collaboration to activate Pritchard Park through spaces, services, and programs related to environmental education and STEAM learning.


Volunteer to do science that will make a lasting impact! Crowd-sourced science is when regular, non-professional scientists work together on research projects.


For Ourselves and Our Posterity: The U.S. Constitution, Then and Now is a series of public discussions with leading scholars from the National Humanities Center and Brooke Andrade, director of the Center’s library. During the 2020 series, we will explore the United States Constitution through the lens of the humanities. National Humanities Center Fellows from Read More


A variety of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math activities.


Volunteer to do science that will make a lasting impact! Crowd-sourced science is when regular, non-professional scientists work together on research projects.


A variety of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math activities.


Programs for pre-schoolers including a combination of stories, music, and early literacy activities.


Toddlers actively participate in stories, music, and movement enhancing their social, emotional, and language development


Ages 6-18 months enjoy great books, learn fun songs, and meet other families in this interactive program.

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