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Children lead the way in this sensory paradise of materials. They are invited to build and refine their fine motor skills; learn about colors, and learn how to share with others in this open art studio. There is no such thing as a bad mess in this space, which is tailored to children five and younger. 10 am.
Meet and touch real, live sea creatures like starfish and sea urchins. 3:30 pm.
Inclusive space, children of all abilities can explore their senses. Welcoming environment for chilren with Autism Spectrum Disorder. 11:30 am.
Visitors will explore the many facets of what it means to live with others and contribute to the communities they call home. In the new 2nd floor Studio, which focuses on art and architecture, artist James Paulius’ Sky Village installation invites visitors to use their building skills by creating communities in the sky with wood blocks and pegs. Early engineering skills are also honed in this space through open block play with large Imagination Playground blocks and table top sized Kapla Planks and Magnatiles. 10 am.
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