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School vacation activities at the Providence Children’s Museum

February School Vacation at Providence Children’s Museum

February 18 – 22, 2013

Children's MuseumProvidence Children’s Museum is the BEST place for school vacation fun! The Museum is open during vacation, Monday, February 18 – Friday, February 22, from 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM. Families can explore ThinkSpace, a major new exhibit exploring spatial thinking, and enjoy these special programs and performances:

Keith Munslow
Monday, February 18 • 11:30 AM, 1:00 PM & 2:00 PM
Popular children’s singer and storyteller Keith Munslow entertains families with a lively participatory performance packed with tinkling piano tunes, tongue-twisting poems and funny fast-paced rhymes. Shows at 11:30 AM, 1:00 PM & 2:00 PM; recommended for ages 3 and up.

Tuesday, February 19 • 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM & 2:00 PM
Families learn about majestic birds of prey with licensed raptor rehabilitator Julie Collier. Meet a glorious golden eagle, a tiny owl, a red-tailed hawk, a falcon and other magnificent raptors. Shows at 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM & 2:00 PM; recommended for ages 3 and up.

Paper Caper
Wednesday, February 20 • Thursday February 21 • 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Kids fold and crease paper to create whirligigs, design gliders and fashion other fabulous flying contraptions – then send them soaring!

Mad Science
Friday, February 22 • 11:30 AM, 1:00 PM & 2:00 PM
Explore the magic of science in this mind-bending interactive show, which challenges audiences to help a Mad Scientist investigate the scientific method by observing, hypothesizing and experimenting. See paper disappear in a flash, witness objects floating in mid-air, create a bubble shower, conjure up a foggy storm and more! Shows at 11:30 AM, 1:00 PM & 2:00 PM; recommended for ages 3 and up

All school vacation programs and performances are free with Museum admission of $9.00 per person; always free for Museum members. For more information, visit

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