Venture into the biological diversity of rain forest ecosystems by examining real Museum specimens. El Explora la biodiversidad de los ecosistemas de los bosques de lluvia. El Museo de la Naturaleza y la Ciencia traerá muestras de su colección.
Wild B.I.R.D. is a local organization that provides comprehensive rehabilitation to sick, injured, or abandoned birds, and educates the public about bird welfare and conservation. Learn what they do, what it takes to rehabilitate a bird, and why their mission is so important to our environment. Their stories will inspire you!
Staff from Colorado's Butterfly Pavilion will be bringing live invertebrates and presenting a fascinating slide show full of fun animal facts! Learn all about their residents--including insects, spider, and their diverse relatives--as you "take a walk" through the Pavilion.
Join other 1st and 2nd graders as we discuss "Pinky and Rex Go to Camp" by James Howe. We will also eat hot fudge sundaes and make cool masks! Registration is required. Please call 720-865-0240 to reserve your space.
Ann Lincoln becomes a kooky cave woman in this amazing performance! See one-of-a-kind comedy, juggling and magic as well as Ann’s dinosaur and dog friends. All Ages. No registration is required. Limit: 65 people (first come, first served).
Join Leroy in a one-person play filled with cowboy poetry, guacamole and (gulp!) rattlesnakes! This show is loaded with audience participation. All ages. No registration is required. Limit: 65 people (first come, first served)
Learn about the history of henna and practice henna tattoos, then have a henna design applied to your hand or arm! For ages twelve through eighteen. Registration upon arrival (first come, first served). Limit: 15 teenagers.