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Celebrate Earth during April School Vacation

April 15, 2019 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Free with museum admission
Museum of Natural History
(401) 680-7221

Before Earth Day, come to the museum ($2, free ages 3 and younger) for Earth Week! Explore what makes our planet so special with activity tables, demonstrations, crafts and daily planetarium shows (ages 4 and older, $3) at 2pm. From the ground under your feet to the sky above, come celebrate planet Earth with the Museum of Natural History and Planetarium in Roger Williams Park.

Special Earth Week Happenings: 10am-4pm: Earth Family Fun
Cost: Free with museum admission
Activities include: explore seeds on the move, learn about climate science, make a windsock, Celebrate Earth museum quest and more.

1pm-2pm: Dynamic Earth Activity Table
Cost: Free with museum admission
Join our educators to explore Earth science with your family. Have fun with hands-on activities and demonstrations.

2pm: NEW Earth’s Changing Climate Fulldome Planetarium Show
Cost: $3.00 per person/includes museum admission. Children must be ages 4 and older to enter the planetarium.
Discover how our planet’s climate affects–and is affected by–the sky, land, ice, sea, life and the people on Earth. The program will be followed by a brief tour of the night sky, using the planetarium’s Zeiss star projector. (General Audience)

image: courtesy of the Museum of Natural History and Planetarium

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