Get up close and personal with wild, live bugs from the Butterfly Pavilion! This program is limited to 30 participants. For ages 3 and older. Registration is required. To register, please call 730-865-1306 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a musical story about an Arctic tern named Flit who is blown off her 12,000 mile migration journey. To find her way back she travels across the continents meeting other migratory and sedentary animals. She also learns about the unique nature of each new friend, their uncertain relationships with the environment, and the importance of her missing family. Ages 3-9 years old.
Sensory Adventures allows students to explore the diversity of plants and basic plant structure and function through their five senses. Perfect for PreK–1st grade. Registration required. To register, please call 720-865-1306 or email email@example.com
Spend an hour with Connie and some members of her hilarious cast as she teaches you how they found out Science is Magic and Magic is Science. This popular program includes incredible magic and hands-on learning. All supplies are provided and the laughter is free. Good for all ages.
Master Magician Mark Strivings is at it again! He's been tinkering in his lab and will be showing you some of his crazy contrivances, daffy devices, wacky widgets, goofy gadgets and all kinds of fabulous flummery! It's magic like you've never seen before and so much fun it shouldn't be legal! Be there!
This one hour program takes the audience on an eye opening and fascinating journey as it explores the mysterious lives of the various species of owls found here in Colorado. Throughout the program, audience members broaden their understanding of these reclusive yet remarkably successful raptors by participating in activities that focus on the awesome adaptations of owls. Live owls are presented during the program. Ages 3 and up.
Former national juggling champion and award-winning choreographer Peter Davison presents a unique mix of juggling, dance, rhythm, physical comedy and audience participation. Ordinary household objects come alive in Peter's hands in astonishing ways! as Peter turns the stage into a magical world of motion.